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Inn of Silent Music Description:
"Breathtaking, almost overwhelming Chesapeake Bay views, on the less populous end of barely populated Smith Island." Washington Post
The ambiance is relaxed, quiet, and nature-friendly, but the quality of guests often occasions vibrant conversation, particularly over meals. And why Inn of "Silent Music?" The term hints of harmony, serenity and yes, silence. Board the ferry in Crisfield for a ten mile voyage to the idyllic watermen village of Tylerton on Maryland's Smith Island in the Chesapeake Bay. Spared roads, motor vehicles and much sense pollution, Tylerton, sixty residents separated by water from the rest of Smith, is the remote place you didn't think existed anymore. This is the community Tom Horton celebrated in his An Island Out of Time.
Walk or use our bikes; match wits with King Tide or go birding in our canoes and kayak; engage locals in store or Women's Crab Picking Coop; read about island's history and culture; charter waterman's working boat for tutorial on his craft; tour soft shell crab shanties; visit the Smith Island Cultural Center in Ewell; read; marvel; sleep.
At A Glance:
- 3 Rooms
- No Pets