Chestertown is a picturesque microcosm of all the Eastern Shore has to offer. Historical, cultural, and quaintly distinct all year, Chestertown is beyond festive during the Holiday season. Whether you already made plans to visit us during the next month, or you are scoping out a place to head off to this weekend, here are a few fun things happening in Kent County during the Holliday season.
Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre is showing a hilarious rendition of John Buchan’s “The 39 Steps” throughout December. What is “The 39 Steps,” you might ask? The play is an adaptation of a novel by Alfred Hitchcock, with a bit of humor and theatricality the entire family will enjoy. The Garfield Center describes it:
“MIX A HITCHCOCK MASTERPIECE
WITH A JUICY SPY NOVEL
ADD A DASH OF MONTE PYTHON
AND YOU HAVE…
THE 39 STEPS.”
It’s an experience you won’t soon forget!
There’s still time for a flow down the Chester River on a special New Year’s Day Cruise with the River Packet Company. Their day cruise takes you along the heart of Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties while you enjoy brunch and a cash bar. The cruise goes from 12:30-3:30pm Sunday, January 1, 2017 and is the last cruise of the season, so don’t miss it!
The final event at Great Oak Manor this season? Yours! Why not host your group gathering here for this season? Our Winter Weekend Getaway Package allows us to pamper your group for 2 nights. The package includes 12 Rooms (Carriage House available for an additional fee) at double occupancy, for $3600. $300 of which is a credit towards massages or group dinners! Imagine how much better your gathering would be if you didn’t have to do all the cooking. Or if you got a massage! We’d love to make it happen. Give us a call today, or click here to check out our availability!