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Inn at Warner Hall

by Casey | Posted on April 23rd, 2013

Inn at Warner Hall

The Inn at Warner Hall in Gloucester is is a place you’d have trouble leaving the next day, just as Becky Krystal wrote in her Washington Post travel article in 2011. Steeped in American history, Warner Hall is named for George Washington’s great-great grandfather, Augustine Warner, the 1642 land grantee of the former plantation on which Warner Hall sits. Warner’s other descendants include Robert E. Lee, Meriwether Lewis and Queen Elizabeth II (no fooling!). The grounds at Warner Hall are astoundingly beautiful with the Severn River as a backdrop, and the food is great, too. Chef Eric Garcia was recently tapped as one of the Best Chefs of America 2013. Book Now

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  1. Stephanie says:

    It truly is a special place! What a treat to see Warner Hall in Gloucester featured on your Blog!

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