Hope and Glory Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Hope and Glory Inn Irvington
Travel Blogs from Irvington
... wall depicting the life of Pocahontas. Gloucester is where Pocahontas met John Smith...and the rest, (as they say!) is history!
Today we drove around and checked out some of the small wineries on the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trails. Another thing they are know for here is oysters - and Greg is in his glory, as they are very sweet, he says!
... rain passes.
We docked at the Tides Inn at Carter's Creek around 12:00. After kayaking for a while, we settled in by the pool for drinks. It is a beautiful day....about 74 degrees here. We met a couple by the pool who are coming by the boat for drinks. And then, Sheila and I are heading to Nate's Trick Dog for ...
... of the sights at 5 pm. But all was not lost, I knew there was a Brewery in town and we decided to have dinner at the restaurant and sample the beer. The Blue and Grey Brewing Company is located in an industrial area on the east side of town and our GPS was challenged with actually finding the brewery. Approach from the east side of town and you will find the brewery. There were several different styles, a Porter, IPA, Pale Ale, Lager and a Hefe and the ones we sampled were ...
... the bridge in 7-9 E. It's a great experience to take the spinnaker under that massive Rappahannock River bridge. Nabbed a couple small blues along the way which we threw back. We were at anchorage in Carter Creek at 1345. It was a hot day so we inflated our "Cuddle Island" and lounged for a while under the shade of the hulls and trampoline...the cool-down was welcome. ...
... kts and we could have hoisted the spinnaker but didn't due to the short remaining distance we had to cover. We caught numerous small blues and one nice Spanish Mackerel approximately 24 inches in length--our first real, edible fish. We fileted him and cooked him on the grill after anchoring at 1635 hours...yum! ...