In the heart of Historic Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, the Kennett Square Inn Restaurant & Tavern was built in 1835. In 1927 during Prohibition, the Inn was renovated and became known as “The Green Gate Tea Room”... then when Prohibition was repealed in 1933, the mild-mannered tea room became "The Green Gate Tavern.” Fourty-three years later, in 1976, the Inn underwent significent restorations to present the formal dining room and colonial tavern you see today.
If you’re lucky, you’ll experience the ghostly form of a twelve-year-old girl, Letitia, that has been seen by some visitors of the inn. The resident spirit was named after William Penn’s daughter. With the help of the Inn’s resident ghost, the family welcomes you to the Kennett Square Inn Restaurant & Tavern.