For residents of Maryland, it comes as no surprise that this is truly one of the best places to live. From scenic rural landscapes to natural wonders and an incredible amount of vibrant towns and cities, who wouldn’t want to settle down in the Old Line State? It appears that Maryland's small towns are finally getting national attention. According to a recent Travel and Leisure article, the town of Easton has been dubbed the most charming in the state, keep reading to learn more.
Located along the scenic eastern shores, Easton is home to just over 16,000 residents. This small town is filled with historic buildings and a downtown area that is home to dozens of unique boutiques and beautiful restaurants.
As the article points out, the unhurried pace of a place like Easton makes it a wonderful destination for a weekend getaway any time of the year. In the summer the town offers a plethora of outdoor activities from golfing to sailing along the Chesapeake. In the fall and winter, the tree-lined streets offer the perfect backdrop for a cozy escape where you can explore the town's quaint bookstores, coffee shops, and many boutique restaurants.
Some of the ones mentioned in the article– Sunflowers and Greens, Bas Rogue, and The Wardroom, are all owned and operated by Bluepoint Hospitality–a company that's dedicated to enriching and diversifying the culinary scene in Easton.
To learn more about this wonderful town, be sure to check their official site for tourism located here.