I highly recommend this hotel! Clean rooms, hotel, and pool. The staff were friendly and helpful. The breakfast buffet was incredible with many choices depending on your mood! Hotel is located right off Interstate 95.
Traveller from Trenton, NC
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Fredericksburg Battlefield Park, Fredericksburg Area …More
This is clean hotel, with comfy beds to allow me to sleep well after hours of road time. Breakfast was a good value as part of the room cost. Have stayed here in the past and would definitely stay again.
Located in the heart of Fredericksburg, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Mary Washington House, Fredericksburg Area …More
I called ahead and Susan very friendly offered assistance for parking, personally offering to find me a spot nearby if I could not find one myself. (I had no trouble finding parking right in front of the inn.) My girlfriend arrived before I did and Susan walked her through the inn and ended up upgrading us for free. We had a wonderful stay, a beautiful room with an old-timey feel.
Traveller from Virginia
Located in Old Town Fredericksburg, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Mary Washington House and …More
Facilities are exceptional, period. Staff are beyond courteous, helpful and accommodating, management is very cordial, knowledgeable of area and represent property expertly.
The courtyard is Awesome!!!!!!!
Breakfast for our two nights stay were varied, plentiful, fresh and were served to accomadate our schedule, not the inn keepers. Wonderful concept!
Traveller from Alaska
Located in Old Town Fredericksburg, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church and …More
The colonial past thrives in Fredericksburg and Spotsylvannia and Stafford counties. Visitors can tour George Washington’s boyhood home at Ferry Farm, site of the myth of Washington and the cherry tree. Heavily damaged in the Civil War, Spotsylvannia’s Old Courthouse has county records from 1720. The United States National Slavery Museum marks a shameful chapter in American history.