A vacation in Oxford Maryland wouldn’t be the same without some of the finest lodging on the Eastern Shore! Our unique lodging options includes over forty beds to accommodate our guests!
Conferences & weddings welcome.
4837 Evergreen Rd. / 410-226-5353 / www.combsberryinn.com
The Nichols House
1880s Victorian House offers a cozy cottage for two nestled in a tranquil garden, and located in the heart of Historic Oxford. Amenities include private garden, queen bed, fully equipped kitchenette and cable TV/Wi-Fi connection. Open all year. Daily and weekly rates.
Oxford Inn and Pope’s Tavern
“The Oxford Inn decorates its seven bedrooms a la country comfort, but its restaurant is much more city sophisticate.”
– The Washington Post
The Oxford Inn has seven quaint and comfortable rooms. Enjoy the Library Room which is available to our guestsS. Morris St. / 410-226-5220 / email@example.com
Sandaway Suites & Beach
18 B&B style guestrooms and suites with screened-in porches overlooking the water. Two rentals have kitchens, great for extended stays. Private sandy beach with stunning sunset views. Breakfast basket delivery included. Located in the historic district of town. Walk to restaurants, shops, and ferry. Not recommended for children. Corporate retreats welcome.
Member of Select Registry Distinguished Inns and Small Hotels.
103 West Strand Rd. / 1-888-726-3292 (1-888-SANDAWAY) / www.sandaway.com
Robert Morris Inn
Once the home of Robert Morris who gained fame as “Financier of the Revolution”. Now the Eastern Shore’s most unique historic restaurant with rooms. Dining prepared by Chef Proprietor, Mark Salter.
314 N. Morris St. / 410-226-5111 / www.robertmorrisinn.com
The Ruffled Duck House
We’re a small Bed & Breakfast located in the historic heart of Oxford. Though still a work in progress, we’re happy to finally (after a year of renovations) open up one guestroom (of three total ) for business! Centrally located, within an easy walk to most everywhere you’d want to visit in town, including the beach, park and local business establishments.
As of June 1, Airbnb will collect state sales taxes on our behalf. County taxes are still paid out of the rate we receive.
In addition to the individual room, guests are welcome to use the living and dining areas downstairs, and the front porch area.
A light continental (cold) breakfast is self-serve, between the hours of 7:00 – 9:00 am. Coffee and tea, yogurt, fresh fruit, and fresh-baked items will be available daily. If you would like decaf coffee, please let us know. Otherwise, only regular coffee will be available.
110 N. Morris St. / 765-491-0227/ theruffledduckhouse.com