Historic Chesapeake Bay Waterfront w/ Dock Pets OK

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  • 6 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 14
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Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 14

Type: House

Historic Chesapeake Bay Waterfront w/ Dock Pets OK

Set in rural Mathews County, historic Oakland is located on a point of land that has sweeping views on to Oakland Creek and the North River - with easy quick access to Mobjack Bay and the Chesapeake Bay. Sleeps 12-14 comfortably.

Mathews is peaceful and serene yet is an hour away from all of the Williamsburg attractions (Busch Gardens, Water Country, Jamestown, Yorktown, William and Mary, the Pottery & Outlets) and has 5 public beaches and many other outdoor activities to supplement any vacation.

The house, built in 1840, is full of charm. We've endeavored to keep as many of the original architectural features in place as possible (pull chain ...Read more

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Cathleen M.

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Historic Chesapeake Bay Waterfront w/ Dock Pets OK
Mathews, Virginia

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Mathews County, the “Pearl of the Chesapeake!” Mathews is Virginia’s second-smallest county, land-wise, with over 200 miles of Chesapeake Bay shoreline. Rich in centuries of maritime tradition, the county’s quiet country roads lead past stately historic homes to the river’s edge and a life of boating, kayaking, fishing, sailing, and just plain un-commercialized relaxation. You’ll find a wonderful assortment of specialty shops and restaurants throughout the county, with the majority lining our quaint Main Street in Mathews Court House. Art is abundant and spending the night is simply a great experience. Our annual festivals, such as Mathews Market Days, the Gwynn’s Island Festival, and the Tour de Chesapeake, provide a showcase for community pride and creativity. Our Visitor & Information Center is located in the Victorian-era Sibley’s General Store, located at 239 Main Street. Visit us for a weekend, and you’ll be tempted to stay for a lifetime.

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Rural retreats, Waterfront

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