Marl Inn is located a half block from the restored Village of Yorktown, Virginia and 2 blocks from Yorktown's Riverwalk Landing along the York River. All the rooms have private baths, TV and VCR with a movie library. Sitting areas and privacy are available for your relaxation enjoyment. Begin your morning with coffee made fresh in your room. Enjoy a full breakfast either in the dining room or on the patio.
While staying with us there is much to do for all ages - travel by bike, foot or car through the battlefields where history was made, ride the free Yorktown Trolley - picnic along the beautiful York River - watch a Fife and Drum performance - enjoy dining aboard a dinner cruise - visit the New Riverwalk Landing - visit the National Park Service Visitor's Center and the Yorktown Victory Center - shop in quaint shops along Main Street - tour historic homes - visit the Watermen's Museum - look for the cannon ball imbedded in the Nelson House - walk, stroll or bike along many paths including Yorktown's beach. don't forget to check out the Yorktown Victory Monument.
This picket fenced Bed and Breakfast, is on a half acre lot that was originally surveyed in 1691. Yorktown is where George Washington's army won the last battle of the Revolution.
Cyclists are encouraged to tour the battlefields and campgrounds of the Revolutionary Armies. The ten miles of single-lane paved roads through the National Park Service forests are exceptionally inviting to historians and tourists.
The beautiful thirteen mile Colonial Parkway linking Yorktown with Williamsburg and Jamestown is a particularly attractive route for bicyclists and touring families. Busch Gardens is only 12 minutes from Yorktown.
Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport is only 12 miles from Yorktown. Norfolk and Richmond airports are an hour away via I-64. Three universities, William & Mary, Christopher Newport and Thomas Nelson Community College are within a 30 minute radius.