For safe practices reasons, our accommodations are open on Friday and Saturday night only; and, we have only reopened our six cottages with the schoolhouse building closed. In fact, only registered guests and guests with reservations for dinner or libations are allowed on our property. We hope to add more open accommodations in July.
Our dinners are limited to Fridays and Saturdays; and, will be outside and weather dependent. Though our Dining Hall and Detention are closed, we have created a charming en plein air fine dining experience on our fountain patio. Keeping with the schoolhouse (CA – 1890 – 1908) theme, we are calling it Hooky – a place to stay away from school or work without permission or explanation. We have added hanging lights and table lanterns, rose and gardenia bushes, and many other potted herbs, palms and flowers to create a garden setting to enjoy Chef Meseret’s fine dining cuisine”
Once an elite boarding school in 1890, today, guests can enjoy this boutique hotel where you can major in relaxation and concentrate on nothing. This boutique hotel has been described as “America’s most acclaimed” with glowing reviews by Travel+Leisure, National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times and many more. It has perennially earned the highest rating from America’s three premiere travel guides—Frommer’s, Fodor’s and Moon.
The Hope and Glory Inn is different from other Irvington bed and breakfasts with its captivating Chesapeake Bay scenery, pleasing amenities and services, and our dog-friendly vineyard, Dog & Oyster Vineyard, just 3/10 of a mile bike ride from the hotel.
With six guest rooms and six quaint garden cottages, you’re sure to find the perfect accommodations.
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