Monthly Archives: September 2010


Sep 30th, 2010 by

Save on your next overnight meeting by selecting one of our meeting packages!

Starting at just $249 per person per day…

Relax and enjoy the grounds and views of the Inn at the end of each day!

Historic Kent Manor Inn is conveniently located near the Bay Bridge on Kent Island; 10 miles east of Annapolis.

For cost-effective meetings in an idyllic waterfront setting, Historic Kent Manor Inn is in a class all by itself. The Inn cannot be compared to ordinary chain hotels. We occupy 220 acres with over one mile of waterfront on Thompson Creek.


Our Marketing Partners provide all of the services to make your meeting both successful and memorable. We have partnered with these contractors to save you the leg work and time searching for the best providers.

Services include; meeting facilitation, team building programs, boating excursions, kayaking the Bay, yoga, massage therapy, interactive games (virtual racing for example), golf, field games, casino nights, geo-caching and aerial photo safaris.

Best of all……..most of the activity based programs can be conducted at the Inn on our waterfront lawn, waterfront deck or from our pier.

  • 24 guest rooms, each with a private bath
  • Flexible meeting rooms (3) to accommodate groups of 4 to 150.
  • Meals prepared by Executive Chef William Lackey
  • Designated Meeting Coordinator
  • Free Wireless Internet Service to guest rooms & meeting rooms
  • Free Parking
  • No resort fees

Historic Kent Manor Inn Selected to Host Two Yoga Programs this Fall

Sep 16th, 2010 by

Historic Kent Manor Inn, on the Shores of the Chesapeake Bay

We are proud to have been selected the venue of choice for two exhilarating yoga programs this Fall.

On October 29-31, Lucy Lomax and Kelly Fisher bring  “Yoga Indulgence”  to the Inn.

On November 12-14, Lynn Matthews offers “Yoga Getaway: Move, Breathe, Restore”.

These two weekends offer distinctly different styles of Yoga. Lucy and Kelly will guide you through the practice of Anusaru while Lynn will be treaching Hatha Yoga in the ParaYoga tradition with meditation and breathwork.

Both weekends will allow the participants to enjoy the splendor of the Inn, the tranquility of the grounds and the pure delight of wonderful meals prepared by our Executive Chef, William Lackey. Chef William has created menus for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

Yoga Indulgence

October 29-31

There are only a few rooms left for Yoga Indulgence Ansura Yoga retreat with Lucy Lomax and Kelly Fisher. This program will be a true indullgence with Anusara yoga classes, yoga nidra, meditation and kirtan. A massage therapist will be available to achieve greater relaxation. Both Lucy and Kelly are Certified Ansura Yoga teachers and practioners with many years of experience.

Please click here for registration on Kelly’s web site Wild Flower Yoga OR Lucy’s site Serenity Bay Yoga OR call Kelly Fisher at  (301) 583-1047 or Lucy Lomax at (410) 990-0909 for all questions and details.

Yoga Getaway: Move, Breathe, Restore

November 12-14

Tapping into the ancient teachings of Yoga to find peace and balance in a chaotic world…

What  better way to prepare for the holiday hustle and bustle than a stress-free weekend of yoga.  As you move and breathe through the poses, the tension and stresses of life melt away.  Experience serenity and peace.  Each yoga session is designed to bring more balance and harmony to your life by releasing tension from your body, quieting your mind and rejuvenating your spirit. This fall give yourself the gift of peace and tranquility.  Pamper yourself even more with a massage by one of Annapolis’ best massage therapists.

Treat yourself to a weekend devoted to your well-being, to positively shifting your energy, then enjoy the holiday season.

Please contact Lynn Matthews for registration and details. Yoga 4 Liife OR call (410) 956-6025

About Lynn:
Level II Certified ParaYoga® Teacher
Certified Anusara® Teacher
Founder, Yoga 4 Life and Golden Heart Yoga
Director, Golden Heart Yoga Immersion into the Yoga Tradition