The Charlotte Hotel & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Onancock
... Trail, a 1.6 mile walking loop trail. On our way to the trail, we saw 3 ponies grazing in a marshy field along the roadway. Hiking the Woodland Trail to the pony lookout, our expectations were high. As it turned out, the ponies along the road were closer than the ponies at the lookout. We saw them through binoculars, but they were in the shade of trees, as it was quite warm. Bummer.
... and snow hill where we stopped for lunch on the banks of the pocomoke river. The rest of our drive was farmland. Kinda felt like we left md and were transported to Iowa. We were surprised to see signs for NASA when we turned to go over to chincoteague. Had no clue they were out here at the wallop air base. After checking out cute Main Street chincoteague we headed over to the beach at toms cove on assateague island. Sadly didn't see ...
... this week, I went to the Holocaust museum which was quite interesting and deeply distressing. This museum gives reflections and questions, not answers. This event fascinates me a lot because it shows the real nature of human. The exhibitions are pretty well done, but of course, I couldn’t take pictures so I can’t show you what I saw. It’s very annoying when museums ...
... horses swim across the bay. Some are then sold off to keep the herd from over populating the island. We were so lucky to see quite a few of the horses up close and personal . They have a rough coat , long tails and are truly wild and dangerous. ...
... We had a guided tour of the house and a tram tour of the gardens. Now we are on the Delmarva Peninsula (it consists of 3 states--Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.). We saw lots of large homes on huge acreage, many towns dating back to the 1600s with Victorian, Georgian and Federal architecture, seaside resorts, horse farms--very quaint and charming ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility