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Lulu Birds Kitchen

Table for Two?

Lucky for dwellers of Gloucester and visitors of the Inn at Warner Hall alike, Gloucester Main Street has two new restaurants to indulge in—Lulu Birds Kitchen and Patriots Grill, both less than 10 miles from our historic grounds. Both spots are taste-test approved by us – Troy & Theresa! Let us know what you think! […]

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It’s All In The Details, The Wedding Details

It’s all in the details…and some of the brides that have celebrated their weddings at Warner Hall have come up with the most interesting details that pull their wedding ceremony and reception together. Enjoy this photo collection of some of the cute, whimsical and creative wedding details we’ve seen here over the years. Maybe they’ll […]

Virginia Wine

Visit Warner Hall, Visit A Virginia Winery

“Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life’s most civilized pleasures.” –Michael Broadbent If you have visited Warner Hall, you know we love pouring a nice glass of vino! Sometimes, we even use it in our food! 🙂 Did you know there are over 250 wineries in Virginia? The good […]

A Spring 2015 Warner Hall Wedding By Heather Hughes Photography

Spring at the Inn at Warner Hall is an incredible time. Well…for that matter…we love Warner Hall, this plantation and the Severn River banks in all seasons! But spring is quite special and thanks to Heather Hughes of Heather Hughes Photography you can see why we love weddings here this time of year so much. […]

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Gloucester Genealogical Society of Virginia Discusses Warner Hall Family Graveyard

On Warner Hall’s property stands many structures: one grand Colonial Revival manor house, historic outbuildings, brick stables (now the Innkeepers’ home), a dairy barn and smokehouse, and the Warner-Lewis family graveyard. As one of the most historic spots on the property, the graveyard was recently a topic of discussion during a Gloucester Genealogical Society of […]

Sulgrave Manor Estate Manager & Master Gardener Leads Dinner and Discussion at Warner Hall

Sue McNally, the master gardener and estate manager of Sulgrave Manor, spoke to more than 30 people about the history of the manor and its connection with Warner Hall. In Northamptonshire, England, nearly four thousand miles across the pond from Warner Hall, stands Sulgrave Manor. Sue McNally calls it the “Tudor house with American connections,” […]

A Warner Hall Wedding By Sara Harris Photography

A horse drawn carriage. Wedding vows said under the shade of centuries old trees. A party and celebration that lasted well into the night. That’s what Sara Harris of Sara Harris Photography captured in this beautiful Warner Hall wedding – a true southern plantation inspired event! She generously shared this video slideshow with us! Enjoy!

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Learn About Wild Mushroom Foraging at the Inn at Warner Hall’s June Dinner and Discussion

Expert Virginia mushroom forager Steve Haas to speak on “The Magic of Mushrooms — Foraging for Your Favorite Fungus in the Wild.” Noted mushroom-preneur Steve Haas, who forages for tasty fungi in Virginia’s woods and grows organic mushrooms through his farming business, will be the featured speaker at the Inn at Warner Hall’s Dinner and […]

Inn at Warner Hall’s Dinner and Discussion series to feature speaker from English home of George Washington’s ancestors

Sulgrave Manor gardener to speak May 6 at Warner Hall The master gardener of an English estate built by George Washington’s ancestors in the mid-1500s will be the featured speaker at the Inn at Warner Hall’s Dinner and Discussion event on May 6. Sue McNally, estate manager at Sulgrave Manor in Northamptonshire located about 80 […]

Forrest Robert Spitler Memorial 5k Run/Walk at Warner Hall

By all accounts, Forrest Robert Spitler was a “late bloomer.” Though he knew a great deal about many things, he experienced difficulty finding employment because he didn’t have a high school diploma. Then, at the age of 38, he realized that earning his GED might be the answer. When Forrest received his GED Test results, […]

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Join Us: Summer Fun Dance Party 2017

It’s summer-summer-summer TIME at the Inn at Warner Hall. And you know what that means? Time for the Summer Fun Dance Party,

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