Friday-Sunday $173 per Night
Monday-Thursday $157 per Night
Circa 1810, the Hotel consisted only of the center section of today’s building. At that time it had two stories with a side hallway and a gambrel roof, in classic Eastern Shore design. The Whitehaven Ferry, operating since 1685, brought horse and buggy passengers right to its front doorstep and the Hotel functioned as a tavern with rooms for overnight guests. The Federal Bedroom dates to 1810 and features false grained woodwork, a working fireplace, wide-planked loblolly pine floors and a private bath (including a claw foot tub with an overhead shower). The room looks directly over the Wicomico River.