Aida's Victoriana Inn

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This nineteenth century bed and breakfast inn is located right on the harbour, and is believed to have its own resident ghost. The spirit of a man who passed away in an upstairs room before paying his bill has been known to leave money around the house for the current owner, as if he is eternally indebted to her.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

205 Cherry Street
St Michaels, MD
United States

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38.78683370110478, -76.22285471859868
Talbot County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Saint Michaels, MD (0.1 mi.)
Oxford, MD (7.5 mi.)
Easton, MD (7.9 mi.)
Tilghman Island, MD (8.5 mi.)
Grasonville, MD (11.9 mi.)
Trappe, MD (12.6 mi.)
Kent Narrows, MD (12.6 mi.)
Chester, MD (13.5 mi.)
Cordova, MD (13.7 mi.)
Stevensville, MD (14.3 mi.)


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  1. My parents owned this Inn when I was in high school 2000-2005, and my room was in the basement. I used to hear the floors creaking/footsteps upstairs all the time when the Inn was empty.

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