Oxford Bed and Breakfast Inns
Sandaway - Waterfront Lodging
— Oxford, MD
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$169 - $299
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A charming, tree-lined maritime village, Oxford, Maryland, officially founded in 1683, is one of the oldest colonial port cities in America. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, there are many points of interest and leisure activities to choose from. Visit the Oxford Museum, a diverse collection of artifacts highlighting the town's history, or tour the Oxford Custom House, a faithful replica of the area's Colonial past. Attend a production put on by the Tred Avon Players, Oxford, Maryland's contribution to community theatre. Travel on the Oxford-Bellevue Ferry, believed to be the oldest privately operated ferry in the United States, as it makes the trip across the Tred Avon River to Bellevue, Maryland. For a quaint step back in time, Oxford, Maryland is an experience not to be missed. By Sandaway - Waterfront Lodging .
Visit Oxford, Maryland and enjoy one of several Oxford bed and breakfast accommodations available in the town. Oxford provides visitors with a great view of the eastern coast. Just by sitting on the waterfront, you can watch the fishermen unloading their fresh catch. This exhilarating sight in the midst of usual quaint and quiet nature of the town is surely a great relief for any urbanite. Oxford also offers a number of places of interest such as Tred Avon Yacht Club, Oxford Museum, and Oxford-Bellvue Ferry. All these places give visitors a peek of how the town was a century or decades ago. Despite being a tourist destination though, the town has never lost its rustic and peaceful charm. By Oxford Inn/Pope's Tavern.