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Learn more about the historic elegance of the Inn.

The Page House Inn is one of the more remarkable homes in the Ghent neighborhood. The architecture, the design and the condition make it truly a stand out. After a major renovation, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1899 as a private home for the Page family, the Georgian Revival Inn has had a rich history.
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You couldn't ask for a better location! Located within blocks of everything in Norfolk – shops, restaurants, museums, attractions, and businesses. Additionally, we are located within the beautiful historic Ghent Neighborhood, a vibrant community filled to the brim with character, culture, and charm. 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. 
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The Historic Ghent district in Norfolk 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.