76 Market Street Bed & Breakfast

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All three air conditioned guest rooms feature a private bath and have accommodations for two or more in each room.

The rooms are furnished with comfortable chairs, reading lights on both sides of the bed, and other amenities to make your stay as pleasant as possible.

The Blue Room has a queen bed plus a queen hide-a-bed;

The Rose Room has a double bed and two twin beds;

Yellow Room has a queen bed.

At any time of day, we invite you to relax in the living room with our books, piano, cable TV and magazines.

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    Ashley W.

    What a great winter getaway. Very relaxing and the breakfast was delicious. We’ll be back.

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    William B.

    Thanks so much for opening up your home. We had a grand time and great conversation. Your knowledge of the area and suggestions were well received.

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    Samantha C.

    Your hospitality was a welcome break in our busy lives. We feel like we can face the world and teenagers again. Everything was lovely and the food delicious.

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    Taron L.

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful house. This was a perfect place to celebrate our 1st wedding anniversary. Breakfast was incredible, particularly the baked pears.

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Come and just relax


Come and just relax, or enjoy some of these attractions convenient to 76 Market Street.


Relaxing

  • Bicycling
  • Picturesque (deep water) Onancock Creek
  • Excursions to Tangier Island and the Barrier Islands
  • Nature Conservancy Wildlife Refuge
  • Kerr Place – home of the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society


Things to do

  • Chincoteague and sandy Assateague National Seashore
  • Kiptopeke State Park
  • Nearby scheduled hunting
  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • Boat ramps
  • Chartered fishing


Eastern Shore

Boat rentals
Chartered fishing
Personalized boat excursions
Ponies at Assateague National Seashore
Pony Penning at Chincoteague
YMCA – just three miles to a brand new


Info

Check in time is 3:00 PM.
Check out time is 11:00 AM.
We are a smoke-free facility.
Children over 6 are welcome.
No pets please.

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Our favorite regional flavors.


A scrumptious full breakfast – with hot entrees, freshly baked breads and muffins, juice, fresh fruits, teas and coffee – greets you each morning. Join other guests in the dining room or have your breakfast on the back deck.

 


Latest From Our Blog


Top 6 Places You Shouldn’t Miss In Onancock

Onancock is a town in the state of Virginia, United States. The town was referred to as “the Gem of the Eastern Shore”. The town has a population less than 1500. Let’s discuss the best things to do in Onancock.

Barrier Island Center

Red Queen Gallery:

Red Queen Gallery is a fantastic place that holds the collections of works of local artists. They have unique handcrafted novelties including jewelry, pottery, and fanciful gifts. They also frame every work of art. Todd Brown is a local artist who was inspired to paint a series of Eastern Shore landscapes. The works of Todd hold a major place in the Red Queen Gallery.

Captain Dan’s Sunset Boat Tour:

Visitors to Onancock and Easter Shore have an exciting opportunity to take Captain Dan’s Sunset Boat Tour. The tour covers the island of Chincoteague giving the tourists a chance to watch the wild horses on Assateague. The boat is 26 foot long and can accommodate six guests. Visitors can also see the beautiful sunset, oyster beds, and the Wallops Island.

NASA rocket launch:

The tourist center is open at Wallops Island to watch every launch of NASA rockets. The Visitor Center is found around 4 miles from the launch pad with a perfect view of every launch from the ground to sky. Parking is accessible on a first come, first serve basis.

Woody’s Beach BBQ and Eatery:

Woody’s is a fabulous place to spend your mealtime in Onancock. They make a wide range of inventive sandwiches, pork, and seafood dishes. Their best dish is the Clipper which is cooked using pork, chicken, rum sauce and slaw.

Tom Thumb Workshops:

Tom Thumb Workshops is a retail shop that offers fine art products, handcrafted materials, spices, herbs, candle and soap making supplies. They also make custom framing and printing. Tom Thumb Workshop is located in the north of Chesapeake Bay bridge-tunnel. They provide internet access at a low cost for tourists who are in Onancock for a visit and for the ones who need to check their email.

Barrier Island Center:

The Barrier Island Center was built to hold the memories of lives lost during the major storms in 1933. It is also the museum which has the artifacts of the residents of the island before the storm. The Barrier Island Center is the place which holds up the information about the lost culture of the barrier island. Barrier Island was once home to a majority of fishing communities. The island center was found in 1996, and it has been open to visitors since 2002.

Reasons for Why Virginia Is the Best Place for Lovers

“Virginia is for lovers” is the slogan for tourism and travel of the state of Virginia. The slogan was adopted in 1969. As there are a lot of romantic places, eateries, and tourist places to explore in Virginia it is not an offense to call Virginia is for lovers. The state has various historical sites, monuments, and battlefields.

Virginia Is the Best Place for Lovers

Natural wonders:

Virginia is home to a wide range of natural landmarks. Some of them are Luray Caverns, Natural Bridge, Natural tunnel state Park, Westmoreland state park, Burkes Garden, Breaks Interstate Park, Great Dismal Swamp, Great Falls Park, and a lot more.

Wineries:

A vast number of wineries and breweries are present in the state of Virginia. The wineries in Virginia are estimated to be around 300 in number. Even the tourist packages to Virginia include winery visits. Some of the famous wineries in Virginia are Ankida Ridge Vineyards, Barboursville, and Blenheim Vineyards.

Scenic Drives Routes:

There are various beautiful drive routes in Virginia, particularly during the fall and spring seasons. Skyline drive is the iconic drive route of Virginia. This road runs through the Shenandoah National Park. It is one of the best verdure drive routes during the fall season. If the tourists get lucky, they can see herds of deer come to the meadows to graze.

Romantic Inns:

Virginia is home to a large number of romantic inns. The guests to these inns can enjoy fantastic views and incredible services. The most luxurious inn, the Goodstone Inn is where most celebrities stay when they are in Virginia. Some of the famous hotels in Virginia are the Clifton Inn, Landsdowne Resort & Spa, Colonial gardens bed and breakfast.

Virginia Beach:

Virginia Beach is the most romantic destination in the state of Virginia. Picnic for Two packages is the best romantic weekend getaway for tourists. The picnic for two baskets contains a bottle of champagne, chocolate dipped strawberries and other items for a picnic. There are a lot of gift shops, restaurants, and entertainment activities on the beach of Virginia.

Art Tour:

An Art Tour to the Chrysler Museum of Art can be greatly helpful to learn about the traditions and cultures of the colonial times. Chrysler Museum is known for its glass artifact collection. There is a glass studio where visitors can watch how artists make glass artifacts.

Abingdon:

Abingdon is town located in the southwest part of Virginia. This town offers a lot of fantastic sceneries and luxury inns. The Virginia Creeper Trail is one adventurous activity that most couples enjoy at Abingdon.