THE INN AT THE CHESAPEAKE BAY BEACH CLUB
Set on Kent Island, The Inn at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club welcomes guests with 77 beautifully-appointed guest rooms, suites and cottages, wellness-focused treatments at the full service spa and salon, and more than 30,000 sq. ft of flexible meeting and event space. Guests and locals alike enjoy multiple dining options — including The Market, a gourmet cafe and marketplace specializing in locally-sourced small bites, and Knoxie’s Table, a lively signature restaurant, featuring scratch-made, seasonal cuisine inspired by the hard-working farmers and watermen of the region.
Join us every Saturday morning from 9:00am-11:00am, when the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club and Inn hosts our weekly Open House for guided tours. A great opportunity to see the venues set up, view the property, and hear the latest CBBC news!
- 77 Luxurious Guest Rooms, Suites & Cottages located within The Inn and Barn properties.
- Knoxie's Table, a lively signature restaurant, featuring scratch-made, seasonal cuisine.
- The Market, a gourmet eatery and retail shop, open daily for breakfast and lunch.
- Nourish your body and enjoy peace, tranquility and relaxation at The Spa.
- Two dipping pools with cascading water features and lounge furniture.
- Fitness center featuring cardiovascular and strength training equipment.
- Complimentary bicycles on a first-come, first-served basis for guests 14 years of age and older. Coming summer 2019.
- Inn square complete with firepit, fountain, rocking chairs, oversized chess and corn hole.
- Wifi available throughout the property
- ADA Accessible accommodations available
- 5,000 square feet of event space at The Inn; 16,000 square feet of waterfront event space; 12,000 square feet of outdoor space.
- Private beach for our waterfront events
- Check In 4:00pm | Check Out 11:00am
We are committed to providing the very best service and experience for our guests during their stay. For the safety and comfort of everyone, we only accept dogs recognized as service animals in guest rooms and public spaces. Unfortunately, we do not allow any animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support as these pets do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.