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Welcome to Historic Kent Manor Inn
Enjoy quiet elegance on Maryland's Eastern Shore
The 1820 Historic Kent Manor Inn and Hotel, restored to its original beauty, combines history with contemporary comforts for Maryland business meetings, group retreats, waterfront weddings, special events and overnight stays. Comprised of 220 acres of woods and farmland, including a mile of waterfront, the land was part of a 1651 land grant. The hotel is easily accessed from Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington, D.C., and is only minutes from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
At Historic Kent Manor Inn you'll find traditional, Eastern Shore hospitality, beautiful flower gardens, expansive water views, and twenty-four luxurious guest rooms, including two romantic bridal suites. The Inn and the glass-enclosed Garden House are perched on the shore of Thompson Creek.
Make your wedding and reception dreams come true in a charming, waterfront setting. Or let the ambience and professional environment at Historic Kent Manor Inn stir imagination and creativity during your next Maryland corporate meeting or group retreat.
Travelers will enjoy a comfortable room or suite decorated with attention to the details of an historic country manor inn, a place to relax after wandering Old Town Stevensville, enjoying a round of golf or shopping for antiques. Your stay includes a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast.
Or just drop in for our Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet.
At Historic Kent Manor Inn, we recognize our responsibility to the environment and are committed to protecting and preserving the environment. Our Green initiatives implemented in all aspects of the Inn are designed to create a healthier and sustainable future for us all..
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