About Our Maryland Bed & Breakfast

Situated on Kent County, Maryland’s oldest land parcel, Huntingfield Manor was the hallmark of a 1200 acre estate deeded by Lord Baltimore to one of the Maryland Eastern Shore’s original settlers, Thomas Ringgold.

Salty tales persist of Huntingfield, christened “The Prevention of Inconvenience” (a reference to good moorings and cart paths) and its colorful past. A noted area archeologist believes the land might have originally been a Native American settlement and later a British Stamping House (tax bureau!). In the early 1900’s the property sported a horse racing track and later, with its abundance of waterfowl and game, a lavish hunt club.

Now, this rich heritage is expressed as luxurious comfort and serenity at the Inn at Huntingfield Creek. The land seems content to just be serenely beautiful for the enjoyment to all who come and stay.

Let us know when you plan to arrive – we like to be as prepared as possible for your stay. As you turn into our gates, enjoy the long, pleasant pear tree lined driveway up to the white and bricked manor house and park at the right or in front. Our three dogs Maggie, Jezebel and Java are part of the welcoming committee. Arrival time is between 2-6pm. We will try to accommodate late arrivals by prior request.

After giving you a quick orientation of the property, we will show you to your lodging and answer any questions about where to dine, what to see and do during your stay.

We look forward to having you as a guest!