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Gloucester Daffodil History and Tidbits

Rich in history and prominent in Gloucester’s culture, daffodils have been around almost as long as Gloucester County itself. Look around Warner Hall’s estate next time you are here in the spring. You’ll see these sweet blooms popping out all over the Virginia plantation. When Gloucester County was formed in 1651, the early settlers had […]

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Exploring Yorktown, Warner Hall’s Historic Neighbor

Though there is something at the Inn at Warner Hall to fill your time here – from strolling the Virginia plantation estate, to bike riding to exploring the Severn River by kayak – sometimes it’s also nice to hop in the car and take the short drive to explore more of our region’s rich history […]

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Exploring Virginia’s Middle Peninsula By Water

While you are in town visiting our waterfront plantation, be sure to take advantage of everything the Chesapeake Bay has to offer! We have complimentary kayaks to enjoy down by the Warner Hall boathouse, which sits on the banks of the Severn River. However, if you want to see more of the area’s waterways, Gloucester […]

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Williamsburg Biking Trails

While we are delighted to keep bicycles here at Warner Hall for you to use to explore our Virginia plantation and the country roads that surround it, we know that when you come here you may also want to get out and explore by bike some of the other beauty Tidewater, Va. has to offer. […]

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Warner Hall: Story of a Great Plantation

The history of Warner Hall runs so deep you could write a book about it. In fact, we did! In 2005, we commissioned Dave Brown and Thane Harpole to do just that after they completed a rich archaeological dig on the property. Nearly three centuries old, Warner Hall’s rich history speaks of both the fortunes […]

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Roaring Twenties Murder Mystery and Famed Historical Author To Lead Dinner and Discussion Sept. 24 at the Inn at Warner Hall

The murder mystery is thick. A young woman in the silent film industry of the Roaring Twenties finds herself tangled in the web of a murder investigation led by corrupt cops and rife with drugs, bribery and greed. The dramatic backdrop? Hollywood during Prohibition. That’s the story Mary Miley Theobald tells in her latest novel, […]

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Brian + Kim: A Warner Hall Wedding Video By Herrinton Weddings

Enjoy taking a walk through this extraordinarily romantic and beautiful Virginia plantation wedding. We couldn’t be more honored that Brian and Kim chose the Inn at Warner Hall to celebrate their most special day. And we couldn’t be more excited to share this video with you, by Herrinton Weddings. Tyler Herrinton captured their love, the […]

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Warner Hall Wedding Cakes

Over the years, we have done our fair share of “ooo-ing” and “ah-ing” over the amazing cakes that brides bring into Warner Hall to top off their Virginia plantation wedding. We thought you might enjoy seeing these edible works of art. Who knows? They might inspire you or a bride you know when planning a […]

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Warner Hall’s Marinated Tomatoes

What You’ll Need ½ Medium Sized Onion – fine dice 3 Cloves Garlic, chopped 1 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3 Ounces Balsamic Vinegar 3 Each Tomatoes, diced To Taste Salt and Pepper 1-2 Ounces Fresh Basil, chopped What You’ll Do Place your diced tomatoes in a bowl and set aside. Heat the olive oil […]

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Warner Hall, Gloucester and the Civil War

With our connection to President George Washington (his great-great grandfather founded Warner Hall), we tend to talk a lot about Revolutionary War history. But here in Gloucester, like much of the Chesapeake Bay area, there is rich Civil War history, too. Gloucester Courthouse, the historic area in the Main Street district (just a 10 minute […]

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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,