Five Gables Inn & Spa

209 North Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland, 21663, United States
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Weather in September vs. October

by mustangn

Hi. I wanted to see if anyone has information about what the weather normally is like around September 10th vs. October 8th. I'm getting married and would like it to be warm but not super hot.

RE: Weather in September vs. October

by mrcart

October 8 would certainly be the better choice from a probability standpoint. September is still summer in Maryland, although there are occasional fall-like days in that transitional month. October, however, is the stereotypical fall month in Maryland.

Travel Tips for Saint Michaels

Pump out the bilge!!!

by Kentbein

Here's a local custom most of us never think of. While pulling into dock, one of the most important aspects of sailing is pumping out the bilge! Even if you're saililng with a bunch of guys none too shy about filling up the Bay when nature calls, the bilge takes on a pretty nasty load while sailing. One of the first jobs while at dock is fuelinig and pumping. The good news is that you get some great help from the dockhands.

Dockside at St. Michael's

by Kentbein

The dockmaster in St. Michael's proudly flew the Union Jack in honor of Great Britain's consistent and appreciated support of the United States. The flags flying here demonstrate our deep appreciation of this well oved nation.

Walk along the waterfront in Church Creek Park

by littlesam1

Walking is the order of the day when visiting St. Michaels. There are many small streets to explore and also a small park along the water front. Church Creek Park has two canons and US flag in memorial to St. Michael's part in the War of 1812. The current canons are relica's of the original canons. The original canon's are now located in Ft. McHenry in Baltimore.

St Michael’s – Chesapeake Bay

by challenger

Last August (2006) we visited Washington DC and Baltimore. On our last day we had until the evening to catch our plane from DC so decided to hire a car and go down to Chesapeake Bay. The moment we hit the bay we were kicking ourselves for not assigning more time to the visit. A couple of hours just ain’t enough to take it all in. Chesapeake Bay is an amazingly beautiful part of the States that is an absolute Must See for anyone in its vicinity. Breathtakingly beautiful views wherever you look; yachts mooring in the harbour; largely unspoilt countryside; yummy sea food restaurants and historic buildings… This is a place that deserves to be explored properly and for much longer than we had time for.

What can I say? We’ll be back.

Sailing the Chesapeake August 2004

by Kentbein

"Pulling in to Saint Michael's"

I wrapped up the summer of 2004 sailing the Chesapeake Bay with five other guys chartering a 47 foot sailboat with one of my best friends that I've known for 18 years, Richard (Dick) Brown. I had mentioned to Dick in March that we need to charter a boat again this year, as we had three summers ago. It was a great time back then and I was anxious to sail the "open seas" once more. Dick coordinated with another sailor, Paul Trombley, who brought along three other great people to fit out our crew.

The six of us climbed aboard the Sorbreygan Friday evening and sailed all over the Bay for the next three days. It was absolutley great being true guys (crude, rude and out of control!!) for those three days. What a great time. It's world class fun being a guy on the high seas with five other guys. Anyone that's never had the "pleasure" of this kind of male bonding has no idea what they're missing. It's absolutely what makes a guy's life worth living!!!

We pulled into Maryland's greatest port, Saint Michael's, on Saturday evening. Saint Michael's is a quaint, beautiful, sleepy little fishing town on Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore, and I HIGHLLY recommend that anyone visiting this part of the country be certain to include Saint Michael's on your itinerary. It's a wonderful little village and well worth the time.

This photo shows Saint Michael's as approached from the water.


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Address: 209 North Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland, 21663, United States