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The Young family invites you to enjoy our special brand of Virginia hospitality at Chesterfield's legendary landmark for intimate fine dining

Built in 1760 on a land grant from King George II by patent dated 1743, the charming old in is original and furnished in authentic antiques.  Among its famous guests were George Washington, the Marquis de Lafayette, Patrick Henry, Robert E. Lee, U.S. Grant, James Whitcomb Riley and scores of others.  As the horse change and rest stop for the Petersburg Coach, everyone traveling south of Richmond from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War stopped here, if only for rest and refreshment.

A cordial invitation is extended to inspect the public rooms

One of Virginia's most beloved historical treasures, the Half Way House offers a truly unique dining experience.  Serving Lunch and Dinner.

Private dining is offered for your special occasions.  We look forward to serving you.

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