Location: Irvington, Virginia
Go: Welcome to the Tides Inn, a Virginia coastline hotel set in the heart of Virginia’s Northern Neck. The rich history of the Tides Inn dates back to the mid 1940’s when they first opened their doors to the public. At the Tides Inn, they place focus on heritage, maritime, and most of all, an undeniable dedication to hospitality. The inn has provided families a place to enjoy and make memories that last a lifetime.
From romantic escapes and culinary adventures to family vacations and a golfer’s paradise, Join the inn in a multitude of exceptional moments during your stay. Recently refined, the Tides Inn features new furnishings and décor in its public spaces, 66 redesigned guestrooms, 4 new luxury suites, 3,000 square feet of refreshed meeting space, all-new fitness equipment and much more.
Located on a private peninsula, surrounded by the splendor of the Chesapeake Bay, guests enjoy comfortable accommodations in 70 guest rooms and suites and exclusive access to the marina, a full-service spa, Golden Eagle Golf Course, Oyster Academy, sailing school and so much more.
Enjoy 66 recently redesigned guestrooms and four all-new suites at the Tides Inn. Most of this Chesapeake Bay resort’s guest rooms and suites feature private patios for enjoying the spectacular scenery, recently renovated deluxe and premium rooms offer comfortable accommodations with waterfront views of Carter’s Creek and lush gardens. The Lancaster and Vista Hotel Suites include a living room and separate bedroom along with special touches like a wet bar and optional sleeper sofa. Four all-new luxury suites provide the ultimate private retreat, with stunning water views, rich mahogany wood and leather details, a separate living space and modern spa-like bathrooms.
Dine al fresco beneath the trees and sparkling starlit sky, or pull up a chair at any of the ocean-inspired Irvington, VA restaurants. With an innovative approach to the unique, coastal fare of the Chesapeake region, the seasoned culinary team offers an eclectic range of dining experiences in unique settings to satisfy all palates.
And Do Good:
In March 2021, the Tides Inn announces plans for a shoreline restoration project, which will deepen its guests’ connection to the land, shoreline and water. The $3.6 million project includes a “living shoreline” along Carter’s Creek, beach restoration, hands-on educational programming and community partnerships. The first phase of a larger, multi-year project, this inaugural phase is slated to be complete in summer 2021.
Another important aspect of this project is the new programming it will provide. The Tides Inn Managing Director, Jason Trollip, has appointed Will Smiley as the resort’s resident ecologist. With a Master of Education in Sustainability and 17 years of teaching experience at nearby Christchurch School, Smiley knows how to create interactive and educational waterfront experiences.
As the new wetlands filter the water and provide a natural habitat for birds, aquatic life and other species along the shoreline, additional programs will be added, such as foraging for edible plants, birding tours and an expansion of the popular Tides Inn Oyster Experience.
Demonstrating its continued commitment to the Northern Neck region of Virginia, the Tides Inn will engage local community and environmental groups, such as the Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR), in this project and subsequent programming.