The Cottages At Queenstown Harbor
You are invited to explore one of Maryland’s best-kept secrets – where captivating sunsets illuminate the rural landscape, the maritime industry thrives, the seafood is fresh, and the waterfront views are endless.
When you visit the Eastern Shore, you will find adventure on every corner. Unwind, indulge, and forget about workday stresses. Take a lazy stroll down the tree-lined streets, stop in our unique shops and art galleries, and dine in our visitor-friendly coffee shops and renowned restaurants.
PLUS, enjoy premier public golf with two 18-hole courses along 2.5 miles of the Chester River. Our professional staff takes pride in providing a private club experience at a public course price. All guests of the cottages have access to both courses, as well as our sister course, The Golf Club at South River, a fully-private club just outside of Annapolis, MD.
Each of our Cottages offer a unique way to take in the Eastern Shore’s beauty. Nature, history, and comfort come together on the banks of the Chester River at Queenstown Harbor, offering guests a relaxing, tranquil retreat within easy reach of all the area’s wonderful amenities and things to do.
With the ability to accommodate any size family or group from two to twelve, the Wye, Chester, and Corsica Cottages at Queenstown Harbor offer traditional warmth with modern comfort and panoramic, waterfront views. Each is complete with a modern kitchen, hardwood floors, up to five bathrooms, washer and dryer, parking, and all the attention to detail and luxury of a home away from home.
Overlooking the second hole of the River Course, the west-facing backyards of the cottages – complete with deck or screened-in porch and fire pits – are the highlight of the property, affording guests breathtaking sunset views and access to the Chester River.
Steps away from your Cottage, explore the nature and silence of the upland, non-tidal, and tidal ecosystems of the 205-acre preserve, String of Pearls. Walking trails cross-cross along the banks of the Chester River, retracing the steps of the Susquehanna Indians (arrowheads can still be found throughout the area), Colonial settlers, and traders.
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