IRVINGTON IN THE NEWS
We love our little small town and think Irvington is a great place for family time,
girls weekend or vacation with loved ones.
But don't take our word for it! The Town of Irvington, Virginia, is frequently featured in news articles that share all the exciting things happening around town and the reasons Irvington should be your next getaway!
WASHINGTON POST: Eight road-trip-worthy restaurants in Maryland and Virginia
These eight exemplary, road-trip-worthy restaurants--including Chesapeake at the Tides Inn--within a three-hour drive will provide a welcome respite from home-cooked meals, takeout and failed sourdough experiments.
WASHINGTONIAN: How Big Hotels Are Keeping Themselves Clean for Travelers in the Summer of 2021
In December, Forbes Travel Guide began awarding “Sharecare Verified” badges to properties that self-report meeting more than 360 standards, including cleaning and ventilation (and that pay for the Verified evaluation tool.) Destinations in this region that have earned a badge include The Tides Inn in Virginia’s Northern Neck.
FOODIE AND THE BEAST: Not a fable, just fabulous food
Forward to 16:50 of the clip to hear Jason Trollip, managing director of the Tides Inn, discuss exciting news about Tides' renovation and conservation efforts.
WOMEN TRAVEL BETTER IN PAIRS: Oyster Academy with Joni Carter. Northern Neck-The Tides Inn Series
Everything you ever wanted to know about oysters from the experts at The Tides Inn Virginia Oyster Academy.
WOMEN TRAVEL BETTER IN PAIRS: 48 Hours Chesapeake Bay Virginia
Whether you drive, fly or take the train you don't want to miss the many adventures in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Lisa and Stephanie visit the Tides Inn and Stratford Hall on the Chesapeake Bay. Oysters, biking, duck poop, zip lining, ghosts, snakes, boating and so much more. A little bit of history, ecology lessons and wine tastings are just some of the great suggestions for a family vacation or a Better in Pairs weekend.
WASHINGTONIAN: Places to Eat and Drink on the Water Outside DC
The Tides Inn's Chesapeake Restaurant & Terrace included in Washingtonian's list of waterfront dining spots outside Washington, DC.
THE LOCAL SCOOP: Born From a Dream to Live Aboard a Boat
SSMagpie.com owner Cheryl Fuhs gave her husband an enthusiastic “yes” that night in 2009 when he asked how she’d feel about selling everything, buying a boat and sailing around the world.
MEN'S JOURNAL: A Stay at These Socially and Environmentally Responsible Hotels Can Help Save the World
Sustainability is not merely "nice-to-have", but "need-to-have", and names five socially and environmentally responsible hotels committed to giving back.
DRIFT TRAVEL MAGAZINE: The Tides Inn Unveils Expansive Waterfront Restoration Project
18,000 sq.ft. living shoreline will enhance marine and wildlife habitat, and offer new educational and experiential programming
VIRGINIA IS FOR LOVERS: Inside the Kitchen with Chef Truman Jones
Chef Truman Jones helms The Tides Inn's four multifaceted culinary operations, bringing over 20 years of industry expertise and a passion for supporting local and coastal purveyors.
MYNEWORLEANS: Dream Honeymoons: This Historic Virginia Retreat Exists to Spoil You with Oysters, Boating, Wine and More
Shuck your way into a honeymoon of oyster delights at the Tides Inn, a quintessential Southern hideaway in Virginia’s historic Northern Neck, a peninsula on the northern shore of the Chesapeake Bay, known for is blue crab, oysters and rock fish.
WASHINGTON POST: Why some seasonal hotels across the U.S. are staying open year-round
Hotels and resorts across the United States have been getting creative this past year in an effort to entice travelers to visit.
COASTAL VIRGINIA MAG: Oyster Academy Is Delicious Fun
Boutique experience at the historic Tides Inn is a culinary treat and an educational journey into the history and allure of Virginia oysters
WASHINGTONIAN: 11 Charming Small Towns to Explore Along the Chesapeake
Here are the small towns worth a visit, if your idea of exploring involves window shopping, walking cobblestone streets, and soaking up the local vibe.