Combsberry Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 4837 Evergreen Road, Oxford, Maryland, 21654, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 4837 Evergreen Road, Oxford, is near Skipjack H.M. Krentz and Oxford Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCombsberry Inn Bed and Breakfast Oxford

    Reviewed by oxfmd007

    Oxford-able & Luxurious

    Reviewed May 28, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Combsberry is a 1730 mansion surrounded by magnificent Magnolia trees and a sweeping waterfront view. The property also has a carriage house and cottage and is situated on 30 acres of grounds. Complimentary bicycles and kayak were the perfect way to explore the area. In town we dined at the historic Robert Morris Inn and had the excellent spring crab rolls and crab cakes. Also,at the Masthead and literally sat on top of the river and saw the most brilliant sunset. The Highland Scottish Creamery, Latitude 38 and Pope's Tavern rounded out the perfect culinary journey. The 330 year old ferry gave us a chance to see the town from the water and we captivated the history at the Oxford Museum. Great or biking, kayaking, and dining. Enjoyed the rich history of this town. This is a picture perfect town and we can't wait to return.

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