65 Tavern Road, Irvington, VA 22480, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Peggy and Dudley Patteson

Description

Circa 1890. A small school opened on the property of the Methodist Church in Irvington, Virginia around 1890 with two front doors: one for girls and one for boys. This historic schoolhouse is now a highly acclaim...


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Publicity and Press Reviews

The Hope & Glory Inn has received worldwide recognition and earned numerous awards as a highly distinguished Inn. This year, two of the world’s largest travel guides, Fodor’s and Frommer’s, have stated that the Hope and Glory Inn is “extraordinary;” and each bestowed upon it their highest rating. Only four other hotels in Virginia can make this claim: The Inn at Little Washington, The Jefferson, The Williamsburg Inn and the Morrison House.
Over the last five years, the Hope and Glory Inn has received distinguished recognition. It continues to a recommended by Conde Nast Johansen as one of the finest luxury hotels in the world. Likewise Select Registry includes it among its Distinguished Inns of North America. Also this year, it has been featured in National Geographic Traveler and Washingtonian.

The Hope & Glory has been on many “Top Ten in the US” lists, including “Most Romantic” – American Historic Inns; “Places to Stay in a Cottage” – USA Today and CNN; Southern Living’s Romantic Getaways, and, just this month, Top Ten Most Romantic - askmen.com.

It has also been acclaimed in Town and Country, Travel + Leisure, Virginia Living, Capitol File, Chesapeake Life, Coastal Living, The New York Times and The Washington Post and many more.


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