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Hospitality all starts with a friendly hello and a delicious beverage to quench the thirst of the weary traveler. Compliments of the house, we invite you to sit, unwind and enjoy good conversation of world journeys or reflective solitude.

That choice is yours all in an atmosphere that will capture your imagination and refresh your sense of adventure.

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A bit of American history:
Many early governments met in local Public Houses. From 1660 to 1665 the Virginia government met in Jamestown at the local taverns. From 1749 to 1779, the Mosby Tavern was the courthouse, jail, and militia rendezvous for Cumberland County, Virginia and later for Powhatan County, Virginia. Gifford Dalley managed City Tavern when the First Continental Congress was formed there and in documents he is cited and styled as the keeper of the door for the First Continental Congress. Interestingly, Daily's brother-in-law Samuel Fraunces owned Fraunces Tavern in New York City and Congress met there while City Hall was under construction. The last time Congress met at a tavern it was at Fraunces Tavern. Tun Tavern Philadelphia was the place where the U.S. Marines were first formed. Neither place still exists. City Tavern in Philadelphia where the Continental Congress first met is still in operation.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jailshapeimage_15_link_0
The Holler House
 Great acoustical room for sharing a song or two.

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Imagine yourself anywhere... 
The Australian Outback, the rolling hills of Tuscany, high in the mountains of Mexico, in a short drive to SouthernVirginia you can escape the hustle of the American life without the long expensive travel.