Located in the quiet and historic Ghent neighborhood in Norfolk, Virginia. Within walking distance of museums, restaurants, top sites and Eastern Virginia Medical School and Hospitals (CHKD). Reserve your room today in the Historic Page House Inn, complimentary breakfast, parking, WiFi and in-room amenities. Relax in the parlor, the rocking chairs on the front porch or the swing in the side yard or enjoy a stroll among the neighborhood stately homes or one of the many close by attractions.
Have a large group? Consider renting the entire house that includes all seven spacious bedrooms/suites, each with private baths. The parlor, dining room and rooftop terrace can be gathering places for all of your guests. The Page House is your groups home away from home.
Norfolk’s historic Ghent Neighborhood is a vibrant community filled to the brim with character, culture and delicious cuisine. The neighborhood’s main thoroughfare, Colley Avenue, and adjacent 21st and 22nd streets are lined with eclectic eateries, unique shops, art galleries and antique stores.
The Historic Ghent district in Norfolk, Va. was developed beginning in 1890, with most construction occurring between 1892 and 1907. Richard Drummond, a 19th-century Norfolk resident is credited with naming the neighborhood "Ghent". On December 24, 1814 the Treaty of Ghent was signed, ending the war of 1812. It is said that because one of his ships had the distinction of bringing the signed treaty to America, Drummond renamed his "Pleasant Point" house "Ghent " to commemorate the event. The Ghent Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
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Norfolk, Virginia, USA