Marl Inn Bed and Breakfast
Marl Inn, located in the historic Village of Yorktown, and 2 blocks from Yorktown’s Riverwalk/beach area along the York River.
All rooms have a private bath, TV, COX wireless, Blue-ray/DVD. We offer a movie selection of over 400 free movies. Sitting areas and privacy are available for your relaxation enjoyment.
Begin your morning with coffee or tea enjoyed in your room or on our lovely deck by the perennial garden. Enjoy a full breakfast or you may choose a continental or a no breakfast option for even greater savings.
While staying with us there is much to do for all ages – travel by bike, foot or car through the battlefields where history was made – ride the free Yorktown Trolley during spring, summer and fall months – picnic along the beautiful York River – watch a Fife & Drum parade – enjoy an evening cruise on the York River – visit the Yorktown Victory Monument – relax on the beach or go swimming – visit the Colonial National Historical Park Visitor’s Center and the Yorktown Victory Center – shop in quaint shops in the village – tour historic homes – visit the Waterman’s Museum – look for the cannon ball embedded in the Thomas Nelson House – walk, stroll or bike along many paths including Yorktown’s beach.
The Marl Inn is located on a half acre with beautiful gardens for your enjoyment. You are surrounded by history here. Yorktown is where the Continental army along with the French forces won the last major battle of the American Revolution.
Cyclists are encouraged to tour the battlefields and campgrounds of the Revolutionary Armies. The ten miles of single-lane paved roads through the Park Service forests are exceptionally inviting to historians and tourists.
The beautiful Colonial Parkway linking Yorktown with Williamsburg and Jamestown is a particularly attractive route for bicyclists and touring families.
Busch Gardens is only 20 minutes from Yorktown. Newport News/ Williamsburg International Airport, is only 12 miles from Yorktown. Norfolk and Richmond airports are an hour away via I-64. Three universities including William & Mary, Christopher Newport and Thomas Nelson Community College are 30 minutes away. Virginia Beach is a l hour drive.
Only a half block from Main Street, the inn is within easy walking distance of fine restaurants, antique shops, several museums, and the beach.
It is short walk to the Colonial National Historical Park Visitor Center, next to the location of the last major battle of the American Revolutionary War.
The inn offers five suites with private baths and private entrances. Three suites have kitchens. One suite can be linked to a second bedroom with private bathroom for added savings for couples and children.
The Garden View Suite, features a jet tub. All rooms have outside private entrances. Suites are set up for extended stays, less than 90 days, with full cooking facilities. Each suite will accommodate 2 adults comfortably. Children may also be accommodated in suites by use of extra inflatable beds provided ($20 extra). The Thomas Nelson, Jr. Suite can be converted to a two bedroom suite with Lucy’s Hideaway added. This second bedroom has its own bathroom.
Rates of our rooms vary from $99 to $129 per night (excluding breakfast and taxes). A full breakfast is offered at $10/adult. Children 12 and under eat free. Guests have three options for breakfast: full breakfast, continental breakfast (placed in the suite the night before) and no-breakfast. The suites are stocked with coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.
We are a small inn so cancellations greatly impact our business. We maintain a 2 week cancellation policy for all reservations – 2 weeks from the start of your reserved stay. Cancellations with notice within this period are subject to a 50 percent charge of the total reservation or one night’s stay whichever is greater. If we are able to re-book the room the cancellation fee can be credited to a future stay. No shows without notice are subject to full charges. Liability for cancellations made within the cancellation period due to illness, extreme personal hardship, weather obstructions, etc. , may be limited to a $25 compassionate fee.