Category Archives: Lodging

Where is there to stay in Southern Maryland? If you want convenient and affordable, we’ve got it! Here on business? Try our extended-stay hotels. How about a romantic weekend roost? You’re covered. A room with a view? Do you want that with a water sunset or sunrise?

Comfort Inn Solomons

255 Lore Road • PO Box 869, Solomons
Phone: 410-326-6303 • 800-4Choice • Fax: 410-326-9492

Waterfront complex offers 60 comfortable rooms with deluxe complimentary continental breakfast. Micro-fridge in every room. High-speed Internet, limited service marina, restaurant, outdoor pool and hot tub. Featuring Jacuzzi suites, most with water view. Groups and tours welcome.

Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa

4165 Mears Avenue • PO Box 99, Chesapeake Beach
Phone: 410-257-5596 • 301-855-0096 • 866-312-5596

Featuring 72 waterview rooms, including waterfront suites with Jacuzzi, balcony and three-sided fireplace. Rooms furnished with flat-screen TV, refrigerator, complimentary high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi. Pamper yourself in our full-service spa, relax in the heated indoor pool or enjoy a day charter fishing. Annual and transient slips offered to boaters at Marina West.

Open Gates Farm Bed and Breakfast

6525 Huntingtown Rd., Huntingtown
Phone: 301-812-0209

Charming, romantic historic farmhouse. Full breakfast. Suite w/private bath, kitchenette and satellite TV. Separate ground-floor entrance w/private porch overlooking quaint outbuildings and flower gardens. Wireless internet and concierge service. Open year round. Special packages available.  Contact Open Gates Farm for more information.

Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast

14614 Solomons Island Rd. • PO Box 118, Solomons
Phone: 410-326-2707

A delightful balconied Charleston colonial with a private pier on the harbor in Solomons and within walking distance to shops and restaurants. The Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast offers two lovely balcony suites and two spacious dormer rooms, all non-smoking with magnificent water views and private baths. Full breakfast. Children 16+.

Cove Point Lighthouse

3500 Lighthouse Blvd., Lusby 20657
Cove Point Lighthouse is owned and operated by the Calvert Marine Museum


Tour history at the oldest continuously working lighthouse in Maryland. Built in 1828 by John Donahoo, the 40-foot brick tower is surmounted by an iron lantern containing a lens manufactured in Paris in 1897. Buildings at the Cove Point station include a 1901 fog signal building, a brick generator/fog signal building, green keeper’s home and a two-bedroom cottage. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Limited access for wheelchairs.

Three-, four- or seven-night rentals available in this beautifully renovated private bayfront site. Custom kitchens and all the conveniences of home. Wi-Fi included. Also available as a wedding/event site.

Breezy Point Beach and Campground

5300 Breezy Point Road, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
Phone: 410-535-0259 • Fax 410-535-2233

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This bay-front park featuring swimming, fishing, picnicking and seasonal and daily camping is the perfect getaway for daytrips. Campers can stay at a bay-front campsite all weekend or all week. No pets allowed on beach or in campground. Beach wheelchair available with prior notice.