Williamsburg hotels are all about friendly accommodations and access to the great Virginia attractions. Wherever you stay, you can take a short jaunt to charming Williamsburg to find superb shopping, delicious dining and fascinating history. The Colonial Capital Bed & Breakfast is just three blocks from Colonial Williamsburg's Living Museum. Newport House is Williamsburg's most historically authentic place to stay, while Magnolia Manor B&B sits in grandeur at the corner of Dillard Street and Richmond Road. The Applewood B&B makes a memorable stay. It's a Flemish bond brick home built in 1929 by the construction manager for the Colonial Willamsburg restoration and features many finely crafted Colonial details of the 18th century. Governor's Trace Bed & Breakfast, a Georgian-style brick home also completed during the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg, sits on over half an acre and lies at the hub of early life in Williamsburg. With relaxing accommodations, world-class amenities and the attentive service of a truly first-rate staff, Williamsburg hotels will pamper you.
506 Henry St. (Va. 132)
At Lafayette St