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Inn at Perry Cabin - WTF?


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1 hour ago, MarkS said:

Wow, the INN is nice but that rate is crazy.  For much less you can charter a 40' catamaran with a captain for a couple of days and go to St. Michaels.

Look at these prices! Who is paying this much?!

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The Inn at Perry Cabin is nice, but not *this* nice - the prices include a (one-time per visit (not per night)) $200-300 credit to their restaurant (now called "Stars"), which used to be okay, but not the least bit memorable; maybe they upped their game or something, but I've stayed here twice over the years, and this seems like insanity to me. Getting a regular old room, with a single dinner for two at their restaurant, the first Fri-Sat in October will cost you about $2500 all-in. 

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The same thing - two nights and one meal - at Michel Guérard's Les Pres d'Eugenie - a Michelin 3-star restaurant that's one of the finest in the world, and also offers gorgeous overnight lodging - will cost you less than half what you'd pay at The Inn at Perry Cabin.

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The world is spinning out of orbit.

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This is insane. 

I was last at the Inn I think roughly 7 years ago (we'd received a very generous gift certificate at our wedding the prior year).  We went during off peak (February) and I remember cringing at the 350/night tariff back then.  Its a lovely place, and we enjoyed a room with a fireplace and a wonderful view of the water - but there is zero chance I'd even consider it at that current price point.

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On 9/9/2020 at 9:28 AM, DonRocks said:

The same thing - two nights and one meal - at Michel Guérard's Les Pres d'Eugenie - a Michelin 3-star restaurant that's one of the finest in the world, and also offers gorgeous overnight lodging - will cost you less than half what you'd pay at The Inn at Perry Cabin.

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The world is spinning out of orbit.

Yes, but you can't go to Les Pres d'Eugenie the first weekend in October. so not a fair comparison.

No argument on the world, however.

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