Captain John Smith Room

The room consists of a single large sitting room/bedroom with a king-size bed, a view of sunrise over St. Jerome’s Creek and the Chesapeake Bay, and forest views. The room offers a natural stone (gas) fireplace, ceiling fan, and bath facilities with skylights. Bathroom finishes are natural stone/marble/granite, European ceramic, and oak. The room adjoins the spacious common guest deck with unsurpassed views and providing space for socializing, a wet bar, coffee/tea station, and comfortable indoor seating. The total room is 288 square feet.

In recognition of the quality stay in this and adjoining suites and rooms, occupancy shall be limited to no more than TWO persons, independent of age.

Price per Night

$280 plus applicable taxes

This room is named for English Captain John Smith, who explored the Chesapeake Bay between 1607 and 1609. Captain Smith and his crew mapped the bay and rivers and documented American Indian communities. In August 1609, he and his party stayed for 3 days on, or near, the site of the current Swanendele Inn. He had a major role in the founding of the Jamestown and the Virginia colony but is perhaps best remembered for his relationship with native princess Pocahontas. Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of his Chesapeake voyages, Congress established the Captain John Smith Water Trail, including St. Jerome’s Creek as overlooked and honored by this room.