There’s something about this room that makes you feel right at home.
Nestled away on the third floor, this intimate room boasts an interior balcony where you can watch the boats go by on the Chesapeake Bay or spy Bald Eagles as they hunt for their prey. On the wall, there is a fine collection of black and whites from photographer, Marion E. Warren.
The room’s name stems from local merchants William Geddes and James Piper, names who are directly associated with the Geddes-Piper House in Chestertown. It’s widely believed that Piper bought the lot from Geddes and is the probable builder of the Geddes-Piper house that remains today.
The Geddes-Piper room hosts a king-size bed, private bath, and has it’s own heating/cooling.
During our peak season (mid April – October 31) we do require a 2 night minimum on weekends, and some holidays have a 3 night minimum.