Inn at Perry Cabin
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Inn at Perry Cabin


Built by Samuel Hambleton in the early 1800s in honor of Hambleton’s Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry during the War of 1812, the Inn at Perry Cabin is a boutique-style, historic hotel. Hambleton named his 1816-built residence “Perry Cabin Farm” because he modeled the north wing of the manor house after Commodore Perry’s cabin on the Flagship Niagara. The Inn at Perry Cabin is a quaint waterfront resort that still incorporates some of the house’s original construction as well as traditional American design and a well-known nautical character. The resort offers guests magnificent views of the Miles River, top-notch amenities, and authentic Eastern Shore culinary delights in a casually elegant yet opulent setting.

Venue Location + Transportation


308 Watkins Lane,
St. Michaels, Maryland 21663