Foster’s Bethel Beach Inn

Foster’s Bethel Beach Inn is a beautiful, fully-restored Antebellum farmhouse built in 1834. Guests truly enjoy the tranquility, listening to the sounds of wildlife, exploring the forest on the property,…

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The Inn at Tabbs Creek

This is just the place to be for guests who appreciate the natural splendor of the outdoors yet want the luxury and comfort of a casual bed and breakfast with…

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Grand View Manor

Located on the East River in Mathews County, Grand View Manor offers 5,000 square feet of luxurious living space, with all of the amenities you would expect of a “grand”…

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Guest House at Milford

This guest house is located on the grounds of a pre-Civil War circa 1850 home, Milford II. The guest facility offers privacy in a lovely setting with water views of…

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Haddie James House

Escape to the East River in Mathews County, Virginia in this cozy coastal cottage nestled in the back of 3.5 acres of waterfront property offering beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Haddie…

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Kimary’s Cove

The Piankatank River’s Postle Cove is home to this beautiful waterfront property, a short trip to the Chesapeake Bay. Guests stay in a fully finished downstairs area complete with full…

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Sip Into Sunset

This vintage 60’s fishing cottage, located on quaint Gwynn’s Island where the river meets the bay, has been updated with modern amenities and professionally decorated for a relaxing stay. Guests…

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Gwynn’s Island Cottage

Gwynn’s Island Cottage is a modest but charming waterfront cottage with panoramic views and sunsets over the water. Guests have exclusive access to a private beach. Website

Kingfisher Coves

This waterfront home sleeps 8 guests and sits on beautiful Put-In Creek, just 1 mile from downtown Mathews. The light-filled house has stunning water views and beautiful living spaces that…

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Mariner’s Legacy

Built circa 1867, Mariner’s Legacy celebrates the maritime history of Mathews and the Chesapeake Bay. According to family lore, this waterfront home was built by shipwrights (carpenters) after the Civil…

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Virginia’s Coastal Wilds grows thanks to the support of the community in the donation of land, time, talent and treasure! Interested in lending your support?