It’s certainly been a unique year. We are so grateful for all the support our guests have shown us throughout this pandemic, whether by coming to visit us, rolling your deposit forward to next year, or even sending us a check for what you would’ve spent on your stay to be sure we are taken… Read more »
Guest blog post from Ayden LeonardFrom Chincoteague Pony Farm & Daisey’s Island Cruises Most of you have heard about the wild ponies of Assateague, but how many have heard the lore about their origins? Seeing as horses, or ponies in this case, aren’t native to North America, they must have a story about how they… Read more »
There are some beautiful photos and good travel tips on this post from Habitattler, who were kind enough to share a copy with us. Check it out and be sure to comment on their post if it helped you plan your time in Chincoteague!
One of our favorite events of the year is coming up, the Migratory Bird Day Celebration at the wildlife refuge. It’s held every year on the Saturday before Mother’s Day– this year that’s May 11. The entrance fee to Assateague will be waived (!!!) and the celebration itself is free to attend. There are a… Read more »
It can be the best of times, or the worst of times. April on Chincoteague and Assateague is tricky as far as the weather is concerned. Last year, it was freezing, the year before, cold and rainy. Nevertheless, the Saltwater cowboys ride on. 2018 Spring Roundup will be held on Friday, April 13, and Saturday, April… Read more »
Folks ask us all the time which side of the Inn most people prefer, and to us it seems pretty split down the middle. The East Side faces the parking lot and the pony pasture, and you can sometimes see the lighthouse blinking in the distance through the pines. It’s convenient for bicycles (just pull… Read more »