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This luxury all-suite hotel has been around since 1846 and the history is as interesting as the building itself. The original hotel, which served as a detox center for the bootlegging saloon downstairs burned to the ground. A new building was erected some 50 years later, and recent renovations have revitalized many of the historical elements of the original hotel. It resides downtown across from Capitol Square. Each elegant room is an 18th-century reproduction, complete with classic and antique decor and marble lined bathrooms that feature towel warmers. The rooms also offer many modern conveniences. The location is convenient to Capitol Square, the downtown financial district and Shockoe Slip.
Linden Row Inn is a 70-room boutique historic hotel located in the heart of Downtown Richmond. The hotel is comprised of seven row houses built in the mid-1800’s, and meticulously restored over the years. The hotel’s guest rooms are furnished with antiques from the 19th Century, and the hotel is proud to be featured on the National Registry of Historic Places. Edgar Allan Poe spent his childhood playing in the garden that is now the hotel’s garden courtyard, and local legend has it that the property is home to the "enchanted garden" that Poe mentions in his poem "To Helen."
This quaint bed and breakfast is situated in the historic Church Hill neighborhood and was formerly a home built in the 1850s. It still maintains a homey atmosphere, with comfortable rooms that almost make you feel like you are staying at your grandmother's house. Each room is furnished with period pieces and personal touches. It is located across the street from St. John's Church where Patrick Henry delivered his famous words, "Give me liberty, or give me death." Other nearby attractions include the Edgar Allan Poe Museum, Shockoe Bottom and Capitol Square. The inn has an English pub and an excellent restaurant, along with a lovely garden patio.
The Henry Clay Inn is a marvelous replica of an original 1906 Georgian Revival style building, which was destroyed by fire in 1946. The rooms are spacious and are furnished with antique reproduction furniture; many have balconies. There is also a large front porch for relaxing southern style in the sun. Henry Clay was born in Hanover County and was a prominent political figure in the mid-1800s. Only 15 miles north of Richmond, the inn can be reached by taking I-95, Exit 92.