The Victorian Candle Bed and Breakfast
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|Rental type||Bed and Breakfast|
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||999 square feet|
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|Theme||Luxury, Romantic, Spa, Beach, River, Rural|
Description from the owner
Proprietorâ€™s Jim and Susan Dexter invite guests to come and relax at their seven-room B&B; â€“ take a rest on the front porch as you re-discover the simple joys of life and time spent together with the one you love. A full breakfast is included during your stay, ranging from traditional flares of cooking to simple sconces and smoked turkey.
All rooms have hardwood flooring, each with a bit of history or interesting fact to add to your â€śat-homeâ€ť feel. In addition, each room has a private bathroom as well as individual air conditioning to make your stay just a little more comfortable. Come breathe in the beauty of St. Maryâ€™s...Read more
The Victorian Candle Bed and Breakfast
Additional Location Information
We are located in Hollywood, Maryland, just off Rt. 235. We are nine miles from Pax River main gate.Whatâ€™s there to do in St. Maryâ€™s County? Plenty! If youâ€™re into history, outdoor recreation, or love being on the water, weâ€™ve got you covered. Weâ€™ve got some of the finest colonial sites in the nation, plus War of 1812 and Civil War sites, and a rich maritime history illuminated by our four lighthouses.
Museums and Historic Sites
Parks and Beaches
Wow! Five great state parksâ€”all water based, plus public swimming beaches and a host of county parks to enjoy.
Explore the Potomac, the Patuxent and the St. Maryâ€™s Rivers, or get out on the Bay! The St. Maryâ€™s Peninsula offers a host of opportunities for water-related adventure.
Hiking and Cycling
Cyclists love our rural roads with wide shoulders. Hikers love the trails in our state parks and our historic sites â€” many are along the water.
Fishing and Hunting
Check out our cool fishing report, and then fish some of the Bayâ€™s richest waters with one of our experienced charter captains. Several of our state parks offer excellent hunting.
Wildlife and Ecotourism
Take an environmental excursion or enjoy some great birding-- meander down a bluebird trail or paddle though a forested bird sanctuary.
Sports and Family Focus
Experience some of the finest motor sports venues in the Mid-Atlantic. Play our excellent golf courses which have amazing river views. Relax with some tried and true family past-times.
Farms and Wineries
St. Maryâ€™s delivers a bounty of farm-related things to do. Visit our farm markets, amazing mazes and wineries. Explore a Southern Maryland Trail that mixes farm sites, artistsâ€™ studios and out-of-the way locales.
Explore Marylandâ€™s first colony and capital. Stroll through the gardens of an 18th-century plantation. Climb to the top of a Potomac River lighthouse or into the cockpit of a U.S. Navy Tomcat fighter jet.
Expand your interests or build a new passion. Here are some topics our visitors love: War of 1812, Civil War, Religious Heritage, Lighthouses, African-American Heritage and Amish Communities
African-American history in Maryland begins in 1634 with the arrival of indentured servant Mathias de Sousa, one of the 140 settlers who first traveled here and established Maryland. While de Sousaâ€™s story is inspiringâ€”he voted in the early legislature, as tobacco became the basis of Southern Marylandâ€™s economy, slavery became entrenched. Our historic sites and museums such as Sotterley Plantation, the United States Colored Troops Memorial Monument and Drayden African-American Schoolhouse, tell the story of our community while mirroring the larger struggles of our nation.
Amish and Mennonite Community
During the 1930s, Amish and Mennonite families left Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and relocated to St. Maryâ€™s County. Travel scenic back roads, explore farm markets and visit farm shops offering items such as leather goods, furniture and quilts. Visit farms with signs posted at entrances. All shops are closed on Sunday
The Potomac River separates St. Maryâ€™s County residents from neighbors in Virginia. Physically part of the North, but with cultural ties to the South, our Civil War history is rich but little known. While â€śseceshâ€ť passions ran high among white citizens, over 600 African-Americans from St. Maryâ€™s County served in the Union Army. Two were awarded Medals of Honor. Explore one of the Northâ€™s largest prison camps at Point Lookout, visit our numerous monuments and uncover amazing stories off the beaten path.
The waters off the shore of the Chesapeake Bay could be treacherous. For over a hundred years, lighthouses made navigating the Bay safer. From the oldest lighthouse on the Potomac to one of the most haunted in America, St. Maryâ€™s has great lighthousesâ€”each with its own unique story. Explore all four!
War of 1812
The Chesapeake Region was a major theater of war during the War of 1812. The British Fleet sailed up the Chesapeake Bay, raiding and invading virtually unchallenged along the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers. Visit St. Maryâ€™s County sites along the Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail and Byway. View exhibits, and enjoy War of 1812 programs.
Festivals and Events for each month for 2013
Location Type Beach, River, Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$105||$105||$620||$2,250||1 night|
|All Dates||$105||$105||$620||$2,250||1 night|
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- Tax rate - 11% of rental - Tax
- Additional guests - $10 / person - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 2 guest(s)
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