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Sunbathing and swimming of the end of the dock
Sunbathing and swimming of the end of the dock
  • Come stay at our home on the Chesapeake Bay!
  • Originally built as a hunting lodge in 1990, the cottage was recently refurbished to feel airy and welcoming to beachgoers.
  • The original owner had a custom woodworking business in Bethesda, MD. The wood floors and paneling are beautiful accents to the cottage’s spacious open-concept living space.
  • Our kitchen has the tools for all of your culinary adventures! Feel free to use our large granite-topped peninsula, gas stove, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, dishes, and flatware.
  • Gather the whole family for a lovely home-cooked meal at the farm table overlooking the bay.
  • Have sweet dreams in our bright master bedroom with a queen-sized memory foam mattress.
  • Take an afternoon nap in our junior bedroom on the main floor.
  •  With a 4K Roku TV and a beautiful view of the bay, the upstairs loft is your next best entertaining space.
  • Everyone will want the sleeper sofa in the loft with best views in the house
  • After a day at the beach, our bathroom is the perfect place to pamper yourself. We provide simplehuman shampoo, conditioner, and soap dispensers.
  • Take a stab at crabbing! We have crab pots available for guests.
  • Say hello to our resident bald eagle, Edward Eagle!
  • Tools of the birdwatching trade
  • Sunbathing and swimming of the end of the dock
  • Add a dash of friendly competition to your trip
  • Large open concept kitchen, living room, dining space
  • Welcome to North Beach! Founded in 1900, North Beach sits on the northern tip of Calvert County, MD.
  • North Beach boardwalk
  • Floor-to-Ceiling Views of the Chesapeake Bay +Dock
  • Imagine waking up to this beautiful sunrise during your visit. Our private dock is free for you to use for swimming, sunbathing, and fishing.
  • “There is but one entrance by Sea in this County, and that is at the mouth of a very goodly Bay, 18 or 20 myles broad…. Heaven and earth never agreed better to frame a place for man’s habitation.”  – Captain John Smith on the Chesapeake Bay, 1609.
  • We can’t wait to welcome you to our home!
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Sunbathing and swimming of the end of the dock