Maryland December 07, 2018
The 8 Coziest Towns In Maryland To Snuggle Up In This Season
Maryland’s warm temperatures are long gone at the moment, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the outdoors, or snuggle up by a fire. These 8 towns around the Old Line State are perfect for a festive stroll or book the evening at a local inn and cozy up with a loved one. Check out this list and prepare to be charmed.
Check out Oakland's quaint downtown area or venture over to one of the cabins at Deep Creek Lake. This is the snowiest area in Maryland and is perfect for a seasonal stay.
2. Havre de Grace
Havre de Grace has great local businesses to peruse and be sure to walk along the water as well. Concord Point Lighthouse is just waiting for you to capture some scenic, wintry photos.
Boonsboro is full of history and it shows. Explore the area and consider staying the night at Inn Boonsboro, which is owned by author Nora Roberts. It features book-themed rooms!
4. Chesapeake City
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Enjoy a quiet weekend along the C & D Canal at Chesapeake City. Visit the local shops and take in the water views. Consider staying the night at the quaint cottage known as Olde Wharf Cottage.
Enjoy the lights at Byron Memorial Park between visiting local businesses. The C & O Canal is also nearby, which is like a whole other world during wintertime.
6. North Beach
This spot has holiday activities that are perfect for families, or simply head here to enjoy the bay views. While in the area, visit the nearby Chesapeake Beach, too!
The pier in this charming town overlooks Patuxent River and it's a gorgeous sight year-round. During the holidays, this is a good spot for a bit of shopping and dining with family.
Just check out that bushel basket tree! Visit the town of Cambridge this season to check out the local shops, eateries, and walk along the pier at Choptank River Lighthouse. A nautical weekend awaits.
Where do you like to getaway during the holiday season? For a handful of Christmas towns in Maryland,