- Deal Island
- Hoopers Island
- Kent Island, Chester
- Kent Island, Stevensville
- Kent Island
- North East
- North Ocean City
- Ocean City
- Ocean Pines
- Princess Anne
- Red Point
Recent Maryland reviews
"We really enjoyed our stay at the farmhouse. The house itself is very nicely equipped with everything you'll need for a hassle free stay and the location and grounds are great for canoeing, bird watching, biking or just spending a day relaxing by the great pool. Day trips to nearby Oxford, St. Michaels and Easton were fun and we can also recommend the Scottish Highland Creamy in Oxford for great ice cream right on the harbor and the BBQ Joint in Easton has some of the best barbecue around. Our daughter and her friend loved helping out with the horses on the property and Leslie hooked us up with a great local riding instructor for a few lessons for the girls. Communication with the owner was prompt, courteous and detailed and they couldn't have been more welcoming. A great place to recharge the batteries."Guest: Joe J. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014View listing
"We enjoyed a very relaxing Labor day weekend in this beautifully decorated unit. This was not your typical beach rental - it was s stylish contemporary unit upgraded in every way. Beautiful ocean-front balcony view just steps from the pool and the beach. A gem of a find!"Guest: G & J Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014View listing
"The property is beautiful and the house was comfortable. The variety of games and activities is really nice, and it was convenient to Cambridge for going out to eat."Guest: From DC for a weekend Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014View listing
Maryland Travel Tips
Getting to Maryland Vacation Rentals
The largest major airport in Maryland is the Baltimore Washington International Airport. It is located between the cities of Washington DC and Baltimore and has good public transport links to both cities. While it is one of the smaller international airports on the East Coast, it still hosts many different regional and international airlines. The airport hosts regular commercial flights from most major cities in North America. Two alternate airports are the Washington Dulles International Airport and the Ronald Reagan National Airport. Both of these airports are located just outside of Washington DC in the state of Virginia.
Activities and Attractions at Maryland Lake Houses
Annapolis and Baltimore are both located on the western coast of Chesapeake Bay. These two cities are the major tourist attractions in the region. They offer excellent shopping and entertainment, and have a wealth of museum, art galleries and places of historical interest. The restaurants in Annapolis are famous for their excellent seafood menus. Both these cities have strong maritime traditions. The aquarium in Baltimore is one of the city's top tourist attractions. Chesapeake Bay is a popular destination for sailing, boating and fishing. Day charters can easily be arranged at one of the local marinas.
If you are shopping for antiques and collectibles, head to the small town of Frederick. The town is famous for its many antique stores and quaint shops. Ocean City are in a popular summertime season resort city which is located on one of the outer barrier islands. It is known for its beautiful beaches, excellent restaurants and vibrant nightlife. In the western part of Maryland are the scenic Appalachian Mountains. During the summer months, cabin rentals near Deep Creek Lake offer a variety of hiking trails and outdoor adventures. In wintertime, the mountains are often covered with heavy snowfalls and visitors can enjoy a variety of snow sports.
Visitors to Maryland Beach Houses
Maryland is a destination that offers a wide range of activities and attractions. It is a state with a rich cultural heritage and strong historical significance. Many visitors to Maryland will also want to see the neighboring state capitol of Washington DC. The landscape varies greatly and there are many outdoor adventure opportunities. Those who enjoy exploring mountain trails will find many places to visit in Maryland, particularly in the western parts and mountainous regions. Several multi-day trekking routes traverse this part of the state. Maryland also attracts those who love boating and a variety of water sports. One of the dominant features in the state is Chesapeake Bay which is ideal for sailing and fishing.
Seasons to Visit Maryland
Maryland is one of those travel destinations that seems to get more beautiful with each season. Because of the many outdoor sports and activities available, the most popular season to visit is during the warmer summer months. From June, it starts to warm up and the season typically lasts until early September. The busiest months are usually July and August.