by Wendy Irvine
Sprinkled throughout the Historic Area are 26 colonial homes that guests book and stay in overnight just as you would a standard hotel room. The Colonial Houses come in several sizes and the windows gaze onto courtyards, gardens, or the Duke of Gloucester Street. Some Colonial Houses boast fireplaces and charming canopy beds. A stay at one of these sweet homes gives you total access to the amazing amenities that the Williamsburg Inn and Williamsburg Lodge enjoy including the impressive fitness center, the spa and the three resort-style pools and whirlpool.
Our Editor Loves
- In Colonial Williamsburg
- Colonial houses with fireplaces and canopy beds
- Three resort-style pools
The location is beautiful. We loved our first trip to CW.
CW may not be in operation in a few years (>$300 Mn in debt, changing demographics, politicians, schools, and the media are teaching children from a young age to hate America, etc.) so I am glad we went. However, the house we stayed at (the Quarter) was not ready until 4 pm, and was not clean when we entered. The air conditioning worked too well - it was freezing - even after adjusting the thermostat, so we had to turn it off or cover the vents. The bathtub did not drain , and the faucets were on incorrectly - the valves, so they malfunctioned.
by Paula K
Right in Colonial Williamsburg. I could walk to food, tours or just sit on a bench and watch people. My room was up real stairs so be aware that you need to make sure of accessibility if you need it. I dont need it so I loved its realistic oldness