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Miss Molly’s Chincoteague Thanksgiving Lodging Special 2019

October 11, 2019 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Thanksgiving Lodging Special 2019Enjoy a free Thanksgiving dinner this year when you take advantage of the Miss Molly’s Inn Chincoteague Thanksgiving lodging special. Our Chincoteague Bed and Breakfast is offering a Thanksgiving lodging package that includes three nights accommodation, gourmet breakfasts, and a Thanksgiving meal, with wine, for two!

Miss Molly’s Inn always spoils its guests but we go all out for our Chincoteague Thanksgiving lodging special.

The fun begins with your arrival and discovery of a cheese tray and bottle of wine waiting for you in your room. Sample it now or save it for later. Your Thanksgiving on our friendly Virginia coast island can be a romantic getaway, a pleasant break or whatever you want. It’s up to you!

Things To Do On Chincoteague

As you’re undoubtedly well aware, Thanksgiving weekend is the traditional start of holiday shopping. Chincoteague is hoe to a number of interesting shops and galleries.

New, used, collectible books and coffee at Sundial Books; hilarious and unique art and gifts at Flying Fish; up-cycled vintage and secondhand clothing at MamerSass. The list goes on.

The island is also home to “Misty of Chincoteague,” of course. Both Misty and her foal, Stormy, can be seen (in taxidermied form) at the Museum of Chincoteague – and that’s not all. Chincoteague Island has a long and fascinating history, which you can see from all angles at the museum. From the island’s native inhabitants to its famous Chincoteague salt oysters, Assateague Lighthouse, hand carved decoys, the wild ponies of Assateague, and much more.

No matter what you get up to during your stay, each day at Miss Molly’s Inn begins with a delicious gourmet breakfast. We also have complimentary snacks and beverages available so you can keep fueled up for all your island adventures.

a couple strolling hand in hand on the Chincoteague beachChincoteague offers miles of pristine beaches, unspoiled nature, and endless wildlife to see and explore. The island is home to Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and Assateague Island National Seashore, not to mention dolphins, osprey, bald eagles, herons, and some of the most gorgeous sunsets around!

There’s also always lots of fun things happening on the island and Thanksgiving weekend is no exception!

This year’s Thanksgiving weekend on Chincoteague will include Waterfowl Weekend 2019, the annual Holly Day Market, and the last Chincoteague Farmers Market of the year. It will also see the annual Holiday Tree Lighting at Robert Reed Waterfront Park, which is always a lot of fun with hot chocolate and caroling.

Complimentary Thanksgiving Dinner

One of the biggest perks of our Chincoteague Thanksgiving special, after time on the island itself, of course, is the free Thanksgiving Dinner.

Upon arrival at Miss Molly’s Inn, you’ll receive a gift card to Bill’s Prime Seafood & Steaks. This gift card entitles you to an unlimited plated meal and a glass of house wine for two. And all just three minute’s walk from your room at our Chincoteague inn!

Miss Molly’s Thanksgiving Lodging Special

3 Night Package Pricing

  • King room $695 + tax/couple
  • Queen room $650 + tax/couple
  • Captain Jack, Beachcomber or the Yellow Room
    $595+tax/couple

Visit our Thanksgiving lodging special page for more information. Be sure to check out our other specials, too! Our sister inn, The 1848 Island Manor House, is offering a similar holiday lodging special.

Spring Events on Chincoteague Island – Come Out and Play!

February 25, 2019 by Corey A. Edwards

2019 Spring Events on ChincoteagueThere’s always something fun happening here on Chincoteague Island and that’s particularly true once the weather starts warming up. The variety of spring events on Chincoteague provide plenty of options for visitors and residents alike.

Spring on Chincoteague is a dress rehearsal for the bustle of summer. The crowds are smaller, the events fewer but there is still enough of both to make for an exciting and fun getaway.

Of course, as we pointed out in our last post, you don’t really need any special events to enjoy our Eastern shore, Virginia paradise. Even when the calendar is looking a bit thin, we still have Assateague Island National Seashore, Assateague Lighthouse, and Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge to visit. This is not to mention all our parks, trails, beaches, wildlife, tours, cruises, shopping, museums, dining, theater, and so much more.

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The Top Ten Things To Do On Chincoteague Island

January 21, 2019 by Corey A. Edwards

Top Ten things to do on ChincoteagueOur Virginia coast island is quite famous for the annual wild pony swim – but what else is there to do when that’s over? Quite a lot, actually. Follow along as we list some of the most popular things to do on Chincoteague Island.

There is always something fun or interesting to see and do here. The island is a beautiful, Virginia coast paradise all year ’round. That being said, we’re also a small community. Visitors frequently wonder what all there is to do here, especially this time of year – during the “off-season.”

As we’ve said before, for many the “off-season” isn’t “off” at all – it’s THE best time for a visit. It’s almost treated like a big secret: all the best parts of the island are still here, only the crowds of tourists are missing!

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Watch A NASA Rocket Launch From Chincoteague Island!

May 15, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Watch a NASA rocket launch from Chincoteague Island!When you think of Chincoteague Island, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Ponies? Warm beaches? How about NASA rocket launches? It’s true, you can watch them from Chincoteague!

Chincoteague Island is popular for many reasons.

First, there are the wild horses of Assateague Island and the upcoming annual pony penning, swim, and auction.

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Discover Assateague Lighthouse

January 15, 2016 by insideout

Discover Assateague LighthouseCome to Chincoteague Island and visit Assateague Lighthouse, located in the pristine Assateague Island National Seashore with it’s marshes, beaches, wild horses, Sika elk, and colorful, endangered waterfowl.

There are numerous reasons to come to Chincoteague Island, not the least of which are the wild ponies, made famous, in part, by Marguerite Henry’s book “Misty of Chincoteague.” Then there are Chincoteague’s beaches, boat tours, activities like fishing, birding, biking, and hiking. We also have a town of quaint shops, galleries – and who can forget our restaurants with their delicious, fresh seafood?

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Chincoteague Island – America’s Happiest Seaside Town!

March 14, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Island - America's Happiest Seaside TownCoastal Living magazine recently picked Chincoteague, Virginia as America’s Happiest Seaside Town – #1 out of a list of 10 finalists. We here on Chincoteague Island just nodded and smiled: yeah – we knew that!

Coastal Living’s breakdown of America’s Happiest Seaside Towns for 2014 included some wonderful places – such as Saugatuck, Michigan, Captiva Island, Florida, and Haleiwa, Hawaii – but we weren’t too terribly surprised to find ourselves at the top.

There are lots of things about Chincoteague Island that qualify it as America’s #1 happiest seaside town

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Tour the Historic Assateague Lighthouse

August 17, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Assateague Lighthouse

Assateague Lighthouse – an active lighthouse in the
National Register of Historic Places is open to tour

In the early days of ocean commerce, ships relied almost solely upon beacons of landward light to avoid mishap upon the rocky shoals and sandbars of treacherous coastlines. The establishment of coastal lighthouses was an important factor in avoiding said fate and many of their lights continue to protect and direct vessels to this day. The historic and striking Assateague Lighthouse is counted among their number.

Before 1833 there were no such guiding lights along the Atlantic Coast between Cape Henlopen, on Delaware Bay, and Cape Charles, on Chesapeake Bay. As commerce grew, so, too did the necessity of such a guidepost. In 1830, Congress appropriated money for a lighthouse halfway between these two important ports and, in 1832, Assateague Island was chosen for the honor.

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