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The suite is located on the second floor of the Marl Inn Bed and Breakfast in the historic village of Yorktown, Virginia. The inn is a short walk to the restored colonial Main Street and a two block walk to Riverwalk Landing with the Yorktown Beach, restaurants, shops, bike rentals, etc. Two miles from the Coast Guard Training Center. A short drive to Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown. There are beautiful gardens surrounding the home and outdoor seating is available to enjoy some quiet time with coffee or tea and a book. Because the inn is set back from the river by two blocks it is the ideal location to enjoy peace and quiet, and also bird, butterfly and deer watching.
Tourist License / Licencia de turismo N °: 542023093
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AU$6 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Quiet, residential neighborhood located in the historic village of Yorktown. The Colonial National Historical Park/battlefields and the Revolutionary War Victory Center are both within walking distance of the inn. The York River beach and the Riverwalk Landing with shops, restaurants, Segway PT tours, bicycle, kayak and paddle board rentals are two blocks away. The York River schooners Alliance and Serenity are two blocks from the inn. The restored historic Main Street is 1/2 block from the inn. The Coast Guard Training Center is 2 miles from the inn.
How to get there
Airport: Newport News/Williamsburg: 14.0 km
Railway: Newport News, Virginia: 23.0 km
The inn is 45 minutes from Norfolk International Airport and 1 hour from Richmond International Airport. We are conveniently located off the Colonial Parkway that connects Yorktown to Williamsburg and Jamestown.