Inn at Warner Hall
Your first glimpse of Warner Hall will surely take your breath away. The magnificent, 18,000 square foot historic manor house overlooks the Severn River and is set amidst 500 acres of fields, forests and beautiful shoreline. The romance of plantation life in the 17th century resonates from this beautifully restored, warm and welcoming Inn where hospitality reigns supreme. With direct ties to George Washington, Robert E. Lee, Meriwether Lewis and Queen Elizabeth II, few properties in the world can match the historic significance of Warner Hall.
All of the Inn’s spacious and sumptuously decorated guest rooms offer exquisite water or pasture views. Private baths, individual climate control, down comforters, spa robes, and CD players beckon you to relax and enjoy yourself. Many rooms offer fireplaces, jacuzzis and steamshowers. Wake up to freshly ground morning coffee and a wonderful breakfast served in the River Porch or Dining Room. Borrow a book from our library and curl up by the fire in the Drawing Room. Listen to the sounds of nature while comfortably ensconced in one of our porch rocking chairs. Enjoy sunset and a glass of wine in the delightfully appointed Boat House. Treat yourself to an unforgettable evening of fine dining on Friday and Saturday nights.
Feel free to use our complimentary bikes, kayaks and canoes. Explore the waterfront and country roads that surround Warner Hall. Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary are just a 30 minute drive along the beautiful Colonial Parkway. Historic downtown Gloucester, the ruins of Rosewell and the battlefields of Yorktown are all less than ten minutes away. Charming shops, restaurants, bookstores and antique stores abound. OR better yet, do absolutely nothing…a visit to Warner Hall combines three and a half centuries of history with beautiful architectural elegance, incredible comfort, an attentive and friendly staff and close proximity to the “real world”…if you want it!