Yorktown’s Duke of York Hotel sells for $3M
Built in 1965, hotel will receive renovations, name change
The Duke of York Hotel in Yorktown sold for $3 million, M.A. Bowry & Co. announced July 2.
Built in 1965, the 57-room, 26,084-square-foot, limited-service hotel is located on the York River. It will remain open as the company renovates it.
Crockett Enterprises LLC sold the hotel to a limited liability company connected to M.A. Bowry & Co. The sale closed on July 7.
“My team and I look forward to welcoming former and new guests to the only waterfront hotel in Virginia’s Historic Triangle of Jamestown/Yorktown/Williamsburg,” said Matt Bowry, founder and managing member of M.A. Bowry & Co., in a statement. “In the very near future, we will begin renovations and the hotel will be renamed the Yorktown Beach Hotel. I would like to thank Paul Crockett for his support in helping me to continue his family’s tradition of providing a wonderful destination for families and friends.”