The George Brooks House B&B sits on 8 acres of land about 1/2 mile west on Rt. 33 from the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum at the NW end of town. You can use MapQuest , Google or Yahoo maps to find our inn using our address of 24500 Rolles Range Road, St. Michaels, Maryland 21663. (You can use the Google Maps earth view above to zoom in or out on our location)
Some maps show our inn incorrectly. We are at the intersection with Rt. 33, and we are clearly visible as soon as you turn onto Rolles Range Road from Rt. 33! 
Directions: From Annapolis and the Bay Bridge; take Rt. 50 to Easton (30 minutes) and take Rt. 322 to your right following the Easton airport. Follow the signs to St. Michaels by turning right onto Rt. 33 (4th traffic light) after 2 miles on the Easton bypass, then 9 miles on Rt. 33 into St. Michaels.  After clearing the town of St. Michaels, we are 1/2 mile on your left past the Inn at Perry Cabin to your right – the first left turn after the ball fields on your left (and the 50MPH sign). Turn left onto Rolles Range Road and you will immediately see the Yellow and White George Brooks House to your right. Enter the driveway (be careful of the drainage ditches along the road). You can park along the driveway, in front of the garage or the gravel area where you first enter the driveway (do NOT block the driveway).  Enter the inn via the front door facing the driveway and approach the reception counter on your left past the parlor fireplace.
From Philadelphia and New Jersey, take the exit on I95 at Newark, DE for Rt. 896 that connects to Rt. 301 in Maryland. Proceed south on Rt. 301, and turn left on Rt. 213 near Centerville, which connects over to Rt. 50. Turn left on Rt. 50 and proceed toward Easton. From Tidewater Virginia (Norfolk/Hampton Roads), take Rt. 13 North to Salisbury, then Rt. 50 North to Cambridge and Easton. Approaching Easton, take the Rt. 322 "bypass" to the West of Easton. The third traffic light is Rt. 33 (Bay Street to the right into Easton) where you turn left and head the 9 miles into our little town.