It’s no secret that Maryland is regarded as one of the nation’s top residential areas by its citizens. Who wouldn’t want to call the Old Line State home, with its picturesque rural landscapes, natural treasures, and an astonishing number of thriving towns and cities?
It seems like rural areas in Maryland are starting to receive the recognition they deserve. Read on to find out why Easton was named the state’s most charming town by Travel and Leisure magazine. Easton, situated on the picturesque eastern coastline, is home to nearly sixteen thousand people.
One of the favorite tourist destinations
This charming community’s downtown is home to dozens of one-of-a-kind shops and elegant eateries, and it’s brimming with historic architecture. Easton is perfect for a weekend trip any time of year due to its relaxed atmosphere. Residents and visitors can enjoy the town’s many outdoor pursuits in the summer, from golfing to sailing on the Chesapeake.
The town’s tree-lined alleys make for a picturesque setting in the fall and winter when you can stroll to one of the many charming bookstores, cafes, or restaurants. Bluepoint Hospitality, which owns and operates restaurants such as Sunflowers and Greens, Bas Rogue, and The Wardroom, strives to improve and expand Easton’s dining options.