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Later, PGA golf pro John Mlynarski, a 30-year fixture here, carted me across his brand-new links course, proudly talking about it like it was one of his own children while showing off its impressive litany of amenities. “We have four weather stations along the course, so if lightning is within a seven-mile radius an alarm will signal golfers to head back to the clubhouse.”


Meanwhile, his golf cart had a GPS and a smart screen on board showing all sort of facts and fig- ures and distances of each hole that’s about to be played. The Par 72, Pete Dye-designed links course has quickly become one of the most notable along the entire eastern seaboard.


Before dinner, we stopped in to The Purser’s Pub, a white paneled, bar lined enclave in which to enjoy a victual or two along with some light fare. After some refreshing sips of rosé we made our way back to Stars for the final meal of the trip - a delicious bounty of surf for me (fresh bouillabaisse) and a nicely-charred filet mignon for my carnivorous cohort.


What a difference almost a quarter of a century can make!


Other than its situation along the Miles River, and the fact that the golf pro is still there, mostly every- thing else has changed about the Inn at Perry Cabin since I had been there back in ’94.


Today, it is a welcoming, unstuffy, amenity-replete property that happens to be easily-accessible from points everywhere throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.


Sure, guests will still pay fairly handsomely for those luxuries, but there’s no subterfuge on the matter: The Inn at Perry Cabin definitely caters to the high- end customer; a perfect setting for a corporate retreat, and a nautical one lacking the cookie cut aesthetics found at many resorts in our region.


Prior to departure, Dana and I took a few final, rest- ful moments in those lounge chairs, and we relaxed along the river such as we hadn’t done in long time.


I can’t say if we’ve changed for the


better, but I can declare the Inn at Perry Cabin sure has - a perfect sojourn within and throughout this grand waterfront estate.


Ken Alan is a corporate concierge for CBRE. He is the found- ing member of the Philadelphia Area Concierge Association, and the restaurants editor for Main Line Today magazine.


ken.alan@cbre.com


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