applicant wishes to renew her current Special Exception, to
allow for continued operation of The 1763 Inn restaurant and
resort. The original Special Exception for this use was
approved in 1986.
The Inn has
been in continuous operation under the current owner since
1986. The most recent renewal of the Special Exception was
approved by the Board of Supervisors on October 15, 2001.
One of the conditions of that approval stipulates a renewal
period of five (5) years. Thus, the need for this renewal
application. The applicant does not seek any changes to the
existing conditions, which are noted below:
The Special Exception is granted for and runs with
the land indicated in this application and is not
transferable to other land. This permit shall supersede
previously granted permits for a resort.
The Special Exception is granted only for the
purpose(s), structure(s) and/or uses indicated on the
Special Exception Plat approved with the application, as
qualified by these development conditions. Any subdivision
or addition of structures shall require an amendment to this
The Special Exception use shall be in substantial
conformance with the Special Exception plat dated February
9, 1998 and prepared by James H. Harris and Associates, and
The Special Exception shall be granted for a period
of five (5) years from the date of approval and must be
renewed by the Board of Supervisors in accordance with the
provisions of Section 5-013 of the Zoning Ordinance.
There shall be no more than 21 guestrooms on site, as
indicated on the above-referenced Special Exception Plat.
No more than one (1) principal residence is
The two (2) apartment units on site shall be limited
to one bedroom, one-person occupancy.
The seating capacity of the restaurant shall not
exceed 50 patrons.
The property shall be fenced or clearly marked to
The total number of guests on site at any one time
shall not exceed 120 unless a permit is granted for a
temporary use in accordance with Section 3-308.3 of the
The applicant shall maintain, at all times, occupancy
permits for all dwelling and guest units, Health Department
approvals, and proof that State fire codes are met.
The applicant shall submit to the Health Department
the results of quarterly water testing as required by the
State for bed and breakfast and full food service
The applicant shall provide for the shielding of the
lighting located at the property entrance along Route 50 to
mitigate off-site impacts.