Established in 1642, Warner Hall Plantation reflects more than 365 years of Virginia history and architectural development. Today, Warner Hall welcomes guests in the lasting tradition of fine southern hospitality. Completely renovated and lovingly restored, the Inn at Warner Hall offers guests a rare opportunity to experience the best of the old world with new world amenities. One enters the mansion through a hall with a grand, central staircase, dividing as it rises to the second floor and third floor guest rooms above. French doors lead from the casually elegant drawing and dining rooms to the dramatic glass/screen enclosed river porch.
Early risers will find freshly brewed coffee and tea in the second floor sitting room along with a guest refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks and snacks. Take a walk out to the garden “game board” and contemplate your next move for the day.
Ready for a delicious breakfast served on the delightful glass-enclosed porch? Get started with an artfully prepared fresh fruit plate and home-baked cinnamon bread and muffins. Follow up with Belgian waffles with strawberries and cream or Warner Hall Eggs Benedict prepared with Chesapeake Bay crab and potato cakes. Perhaps an omelet to order with smoked surry sausage?
After breakfast, stretch your legs and stroll down to the river. The boathouse is a wonderful place to enjoy the soothing peace and tranquility of the water. Nature, birds and scenery abound!
Guests will delight in breathtaking views of the Severn River and the estate’s gardens, pastures and wildlife while comfortably ensconced in one of the River Porches wicker rockers or club chairs.
If the weather turns cool, why not borrow a book from the Drawing Room and curl up next to one of the Inn’s nine working fireplaces? The West Wing Library, located in the oldest section of the inn, provides a quiet respite and an amazing opportunity to see one of the oldest colonial fireplaces in Virginia.