5 Bedroom Cottage overlooking the Chesapeake Bay on the Eastern Shore, MD
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About Erin Stolle
Queenstown Harbor is the one of the most scenic and challenging golf experiences located just outside Washington, D.C. For years we have offered golfers the opportunity to enjoy this secluded and pristine property. Now we are welcoming golfers and nongolfers to stay in one of our brand new cottages (opening May 2018), and enjoy all the property has to offer.
Erin Stolle purchased this Cottage in 2018
Why Erin Stolle chose Queenstown
Our three brand new cottages are opening May 2018. Do not miss the opportunity to experience the true essence of Maryland's Eastern Shore. When you stay with us you can enjoy views of the Chesapeake Bay from your cottage, including one of the most breathtaking sunsets you can find. Spend your day hiking the property, playing a round of golf, fishing on the Chesapeake Bay, shopping nearby at Queenstown Premium Outlets, or visiting Kent Narrows or Annapolis. You will not forget your experience at Queenstown.
What makes this Cottage unique
If you think “Queenstown Harbor” sounds regal, you’re correct. The land occupied by our golf course has a direct connection to royalty and is steeped in history. Here’s the full story and history of Queenstown Harbor. Historically named “My Lord’s Gift,” the land was given to Henry deCoursey by Cecil Calvert in the 1600s as a reward for his services. deCoursey, a surveyor for Calvert (the second Lord of Baltimore), placed his thumbprint on a map was granted all of the land under his thumb. That’s why the territory was known as the “thumb grant” for hundreds of years. When the owners of The Brick Companies found the land in the 1970s, it was being used as a dairy farm and working crop fields. The Brick Companies executives decided to build a golf course so they could share the beauty of the land and wildlife with the public. During construction of the course, experts conducted a large archaeological dig under the original DeCoursey home site, and unearthed and historically preserved millions of artifacts from the era. Many of these artifacts are displayed in the corporate headquarters of The Brick Companies in Edgewater, Md., and many more were donated to the Maryland Historic Trust. Next time you visit Queenstown Harbor, take a few moments to enjoy the beauty — and to appreciate hundreds of years of history beneath your tee!
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Amazing house. Beautiful view! We very much enjoyed our stay
Thank you so much for thinking of us for your weekend getaway!! We look forward to seeing you again.
Can’t beat the setting
We had a great stay at the Queenstown Cottage. The house was well designed for large numbers. We have a family of 6 plus our 10 guests for a 60th surprise party. We brought in a caterer. The kitchen is small so would have been hard to cook for that many but it did have a grill. There were plenty of plates, cutlery and glasses. That was good. We had beautiful weather so we ate all meals outside on the back porch. Plenty of seating and a glorious view. We also enjoyed the propane fire pit. The bathrooms were spacious clean and well equipped. The only downside was the beds. The advertised queens were actually full sized and the fulls were actually twins. Small disappointment. The majority of our guests only stayed one night so not too bad. We spread out after that. All in all a good experience.
The Chester Cottage is located at the Queenstown Harbor Golf Course (http://qhgolf.com) on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. This secluded property offers beautiful sunset views of the Chesapeake Bay, walking trails, and access to two golf courses.
Within a short drive of the property you will find Kent Narrows with access to the Chesapeake Bay for charter fishing and water sport activities. Across the street from the property is the Queenstown Outlets, with plenty of shopping options.
Also during your stay, plan to take a short drive into Historic Annapolis, which offers museums, tours, attractions, and a variety of great restaurants.