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THE ALEXANDER HOUSE

 
The Alexander House Booklovers’ Bed & Breakfast is a literary-themed inn located in the quaint historic district of Princess Anne on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

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BEAUTY FROM THE BEACH TO THE BAY

 
One of the most unique inns on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, this literary treasure is nestled between the beach (Atlantic) and the Bay (Chesapeake).

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In the Historic District of Princess Anne, Maryland

Escape from the tense world of traffic and television, come down in time to a place that celebrates books and authors. The Alexander House Booklovers B & B is set in a lovingly restored Victorian house filled with books, music and a sense of relaxation and whimsy (no tvs, just lots of books and free wifi).

Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the historic district of Princess Anne, teeming with lovingly preserved historic homes from the Colonial, Federal and Victorian eras. Walk to the nearby Teackle Mansion for a tour of one of Maryland’s beautiful historic manses, then meander along the water in Manokin River Park. Take a walk down the quaint main street–featuring antique and gift shops.

Local events include the annual Chesapeake Celtic Festival on the first weekend in October, the Seagull Century Bicycle Ride and the Annual Skipjack Races on Labor Day Weekend.

Nestled between the beach (Atlantic) and the Bay (Chesapeake), nearby nature attractions include Assateague and Chincoteague (35 minute drive), where you can share the pristine, natural seashore with wild ponies. Or for some really wild night life, there’s always Ocean City, a 40 minute drive away. Within minutes of various wildlife sanctuaries, rivers, waterways and marshes, where hundreds of bird species can be observed. Kayak and canoe rentals are available in town on the Manokin River, in Snow Hill on the Pocomoke River or at Janes Island State Park on the Tangier Sound (opening to the Bay). A ferry boat ride away are Smith Island and Tangier Islands, where ancient Colonial English/Cornish dialects are still spoken.

To Check Availability: Check AvailabilityNOTE: The ONLINE RESERVATION system will show availability for dates occurring within the next two days from now, however it will NOT allow you to reserve for those nights. YOU MUST CALL or email us to reserve for the next two nights: 443-880-6858, 9 AM TO 10 pm DAILY.
WE OFFER A FREE NIGHT FOR EACH PAID NIGHT TO ACTIVE MILITARY WITH ID.Nov-March (HOLIDAY AND SPECIAL EVENT WEEKENDS EXCLUDED).

WINTER WRITER RETREATS. Fri afternoon to Sunday Afternoon. Breakfast and Lunch Included. Silence observed except during meals and Sat. night writing discussion/share. $275 pp private room or $225 pp for two friends sharing a room. Day rate only: $75 Sat; $50. Sunday $100 both days. Winter 2015-2016 Writer’s Retreats 2015-2016:
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Testimonials

 

We were checking the internet for a convenient place to stop on our way to the Outer Banks, and we’re intrigued by your Book lovers’ theme. What a pleasant surprise! Your house has been carefully, tastefully and imaginatively decorated and the room is as comfortable as it is beautiful. Many thanks, Elizabeth and Peter, for your gracious hospitality.

Nancy and Joe I., New Jersey

 

Top 6 Inns for Readers and Writers.

Fodor’s

 

Our stay may have been short but our memories will be lasting. Blessings to you.

Bob & Ann Sloan