Once the home of Robert Morris who gained fame as ''Financier of the Revolution''. General and later President George Washington was a close friend and visited Robert Morris often. In more recent times author James Michener outlined his famous novel, Chesapeake here. More history is located here.
Now the Eastern Shore's most unique historic restaurant with rooms under Chef Partner, Mark Salter.
Enter the Inn and step back 300 years: a pristine yet historic interior welcomes with timber beams, paneled walls and open fires in the cooler months. Through to Salter's Tavern featuring historic red brick walls and old slate floors, with magnificent fires in these cooler months.
This is a truly historic Inn, cosy with a natural patina running throughout with great cuisine and understated professional service.
Oxford itself is one of the most unique towns on the Eastern Shore. Historic and peaceful yet vibrant at the same time as it remains so popular with sailors, cyclists, kayak'ers and those seeking refuge and restoration from an ever increasing mad world. So conveniently to St. Michaels, Easton, and Cambridge. Learn more about our history at The Oxford Museum and about vacation activities and options at Talbot County Tourism.
Unfortunately we do not have an elevator and some of the stairs are quite steep, if you have mobility issues please contact us. Due to the age and nature of our building, we do not have disabled specific bedrooms.
Stay on Route 50 East to Easton. About 26 miles from the Bridge bear right on Route 322. Go 3.3 miles. Turn right on Route 333 South. Oxford is 8.5 miles. The Inn is located at the end of North Morris Street, just before the ferry dock. Speed limit is 25 mph in Oxford