Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond - Maryland - USAInn at Perry Cabin by Belmond, Maryland
Enchantment on the Eastern Shore
Nestled among manicured lawns, this magnificent resort and spa offers heritage charm beside the Miles River
Step into the rhythm of coastal living. Here you can swim beneath sunny skies in our infinity pool and dine on the freshest catch. Take the wheel and sail the waters, or venture through the nearby woodland. Just downriver lies the quaint town of St. Michaels, full of treasure-trove antique shops waiting for you to explore.
An Idyllic East Coast Escape
Steeped in history and style, this rural retreat enjoys a reputation as one of the best luxury resorts in Maryland. Surrounded by lush greenery and hemmed by the tranquil Miles River, it feels a world away from nearby Washington, D.C..
Relaxation is the order of the day: lounge in the fabulous Linden Spa, float in the infinity pool or savor seafood in the award-winning restaurant. Stroll into St. Michaels to discover intriguing antiques shops or set out for the bay on a yacht or heritage craft.
Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond is a hotel in Maryland, USA. The building dates back to the colonial era and the site was one of the original land grants from the English Crown to the New World.
The original Inn, built in 1816, (now the north wing of the manor house) was designed and built by Purser Samuel Hambleton, a War of 1812 Navy veteran and aide-de-camp to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry. The Inn was built to resemble the Commodore’s cabin (‘Perry Cabin’) on the flagship USS Niagara.
The property changed over time from a private home to a working farm, and then again to a riding academy.
In 1980 Harry Meyerhoff of St. Michaels, along with sons Tom and Jack, converted it into a six-room hotel with a small restaurant. In September 1989, Sir Bernard Ashley purchased the property and began a two-year expansion that transformed The Inn at Perry Cabin into a 41-room luxury hotel.
Orient-Express Hotels acquired the property in May 1999. By 2003, the company completed a $17 million improvement program designed by the architecture firm of Cooper, Robertson & Partners, which included three new buildings to bring the total room count from its original 41 up to 80. In March 2014 Orient-Express Hotels changed its name to Belmond, and the hotel was renamed Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond.
Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond in Popular Culture
The Inn at Perry Cabin was the site of the main wedding reception in the film The Wedding Crashers, starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn
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Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond Opening: 1999
Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond Number of Rooms: 78
Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond Number of Suites: 30
Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond Number of Restaurants: 1