220 Church Street, Yorktown, Virginia, 23690, USA

Our History

About the Inn

The House

Marl Inn is a private home Bed & Breakfast, built in 1978 with a colonial architectural style. The Inn opened for business in 1996 and was restored in 2001. In July 2015, the inn was purchased by Apostolos and Amy Demetry.

The Inn is named for hard clay called "Marl" used as a building material by early colonists in Yorktown. Marl Inn was the last house built in the historic district of Yorktown.

Yorktown is a National Landmark where American and French forces won the last battle of the American Revolution. Brigadier General Nelson was the third Governor of Virginia and gave everything for the name of victory including a harrowing occasion where he fired at his own home which was used as a British headquarters during the siege of Yorktown.

The Grounds

This white picket fenced Bed & Breakfast is situated on a half-acre lot, adjacent to the town's original 1691 surveyed lots. Peaceful and idyllic, guests of the Marl Inn Bed & Breakfast can enjoy the large lawn, outdoor patio and large tree’s to shade you in the summer heat.