the earlier Horne's using the larger more modern
building-type that came to be standard, the one
in Port Royal was opened in 1960 according to http://www.hornes.com.
Typical of all of the Horne's, Port Royal's offered
travelers gas, gifts, and food--amazingly it still
unit in Port Royal is the last true Horne's using
much of the standard methodology which had been
typical of the chain. Even as I-95 siphoned away
most long-distance traffic, the unit continues to
be well sited at the intersection of U.S. 301 and
U.S. 17. Locally, the U.S. highways prove to be
vital routes, and Horne's proximity to Fort
A.P. Hill Military Reservation helps to make
it an important refreshment stop for soldiers in
training and military convoys.
the last Horne's, Port Royal's is an especially
welcoming sight with its eye-catching yellow roof,
and it offers a full rage of services including
a tasty selection of foods 24 hours a day!