One of the prettiest times of the year is spring in Williamsburg. This spring is exceptionally green due to the amount of rain and snow we had this past winter. The gardens are in bloom, the rhododendrons are beautiful and it is a wonderful time to visit Williamsburg. Stroll down the street and enjoy lunch outside at the Cheese shop with a delicious sandwich or cheese board with your favorite bottle of wine. Shop in one of Merchant Square’s unique shops and bring home some great gifts for that someone special. Enjoy a little history after you ride around the historic area in that horse drawn carriage. Then head back to the Inn to relax in the Churchill Garden with a snack and glass of wine in the late afternoon. Whatever your reason for visiting Williamsburg, you will love it during the spring season. Book your room now before you miss the opportunity!
May 21st, 2015 by debbiekeane
April 16th, 2015 by debbiekeane
Enjoy Williamsburg in its full splendor of Summer. The temperature is warm, the scheduling is full and everything is alive in the historic area. Evening concerts in the street, outside restaurants to enjoy lunch or dinner. Walk down the street to where history is alive. Spend 2 nights in A Williamsburg White House. Stay in the room of your choice and explore Colonial Williamsburg at your leisure. This package includes tickets and lunch for the two of you!
Included in this package:
- 2 Nights in the room of your choice
- Full Breakfast each morning.
- Afternoon snack as well as wine and ports in the Diplomatic Reception Room.
- 2 Tickets to Colonial Williamsburg for the length of your stay.
- A Gift Card for Lunch for 2, one day, at a Colonial Williamsburg Tavern.
All of this is for 2 persons, double occupancy, for 2 nights.
Rate vary by room, tax is not included.
Jefferson Bed Chambers: $472 ( Sunday through Thursday)
$492(Friday and Saturday)
$520. ( Friday and Saturday)
$540.( Friday and Saturday)
To Book online, click here.
To call us, dial 757-229-8580.
April 16th, 2015 by debbiekeane
Walk over to the Muscarelle Museum of Art for a fun filled afternoon of great music and fine cuisine at their first annual Bluegrass, Beer, and Barbecue festival during Derby Week on Sunday, May 3rd. This family oriented event will bring together the community for a day of fine craft beer from local Virginia breweries, barbecue sauce tastings, as well as plenty of barbecue to go along with it. We are pleased to feature the musical stylings of local Virginia Bluegrass band, More Perfect Jones , as they will play a mix of traditional and modern bluegrass tunes! Leisurely stop by anytime during… the event or stay for the entire afternoon from 1 to 5 PM with good food, music, and friends.
Muscarelle’s first annual Bluegrass, Beer, and Barbecue festival is open to the public, all members of the Williamsburg community, as well as to all W&M students, faculty, and staff. Tickets for adults are $35, $12 for children ages 5 -12, and free for children under 5.
The inaugural festival will take place on Barksdale Field, adjacent to Phi Beta Kappa Hall on the campus of the College of William & Mary.
Buy your tickets here now: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=7555bc !
Make sure you book your room at A Williamsburg White House. Check availability here
March 20th, 2015 by debbiekeane
This Weekend, 3/20-3/21 – from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday – visitors will experience the past and present the re enactors show uniforms, weapons and military tactics throughout the centuries. The event also displays a variety of military vehicles and equipment.
Re-enactors will portray soldiers from Roman times, the medieval period, Hundred Years’ War, War of the Roses, French and Indian War, American Revolution, War of 1812, and American Civil War. Re-enactors depicting World Wars I and II, the Vietnam War and the Falklands War will take visitors through the 20th century. The Virginia Army National Guard will represent the present.
The weekend event will feature musical performances from The Federal City Brass Band, re-creating a Union Army regimental brass band from the 1860s, and Ladies for Liberty, singing Andrews Sisters-style music of the World War II era.
Performances also feature folk musician Bob Zentz; Barry and Lynn Trott, with music of the 16th and 17th centuries; David Gardner, performing 18th-century Scottish fiddle; David and Ginger Hildebrand, playing music of the American colonial period and the War of 1812; and the Old Cigar Box String Band, offering string band versions of songs from the American Revolution to the 20th century.
Artillery-firing demonstrations will be presented at noon Saturday and Sunday, with weapons ranging from a 17th-century swivel gun to a modern-day howitzer.
A cannon salute near military demonstration field at 1 p.m.
A military pass-in-review, led by The Federal City Brass Band, will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday and will feature recognition of re-enactor units judged on camp sites, clothing and cooking presentations, and field demonstrations.
Don’t miss this yearly event!
For more details, click here.
March 4th, 2015 by debbiekeane
Stay with us for the night and walk across the street to the Matoaka Amphitheater to enjoy a Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemaker Concert on May 21, 2015. For More Details, Click here!
March 4th, 2015 by debbiekeane
Come and enjoy a night of music with Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers right here in Bruce’s home town, Williamsburg, Va. on May 21, 2015.
Enjoy a live performance right across the street from our Inn at the Lake Matoaka Amphitheater. Park your car here at A Williamsburg White House Inn and walk across the street to enjoy this one night performance. The Amphitheater will open the grounds at 5pm for you to enjoy food and drinks from local vendors.
Presale tickets go on sale on March 4, with regular sales opening on Friday, March 6. Click here to purchase your ticket today!
Prices for general admission is $35 and Reserved Seating is $50.
February 11th, 2015 by debbiekeane
Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit at the Muscarelle Museum in Williamsburg, Va
February 21- April 5.
A newly discovered self portrait by Leonardo da Vinci will make its debut right here in Williamsburg this month at the Muscarelle Museum on the College of William and Mary.
The piece, recently verified to be of da Vinci’s own hand, will be among a collection of his work coming to the campus of the College of William & Mary in February.
The Show, Titled “Leonardo da Vinci and the Idea of Beauty,” will only host venues in Williamsburg and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
The exhibition will include more than 25 drawings by da Vinci, including his sketches in Codex on the Flight of Birds, which was cited as inspiration for the Wright brothers. Within the codex is the self-portrait of da Vinci at age 53, hidden behind his characteristic script from right to left.
The theme for the show, which puts emphasis on da Vinci’s ideas of appearance rather than his study of machines, is one that has never been done before.
Guests to the museum will see the original piece, as well as a photoshopped image that removes the writing over the portrait. Technology will also allow guests to electronically flip through the entire codex while viewing entries.
Taking center stage in the show is da Vinci’s drawing “Study for the Face of an Angel,” a delicate piece to go alongside the drawings selected.
Creations from Michelangelo will also appear in the exhibition so guests can compare their styles.
“Leonardo da Vinci and the Idea of Beauty” will be at the Muscarelle from Feb. 21 through April 5 .
For Lodging accommodations while visiting the exhibit, contact A Williamsburg White House Inn across the street from the Muscarelle Museum. 757-229-8580
January 8th, 2015 by debbiekeane
Do you love Jazz? Have you ever enjoyed Jazz in Williamsburg, Va?
Come and enjoy a weekend of good Jazz, great food and wonderful accommodations at our historic Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast.
Williamsburg’s Winter Jazz Fest is 4 days of great music in different venues around Williamsburg.
Enjoy concerts under the tent, brunch in one of five restaurants and Jazz Movies in the Kimball Theater.
Stay in our lovely Inn and walk down the street to enjoy the Big Bold Beer Festival on Duke of Gloucester Street.
December 21st, 2014 by debbiekeane
Relax in this great old estate in Williamsburg. Enjoy 2 nights in the room of your choice, full breakfast each morning, walk to Colonial Williamsburg. On New Years Eve, enjoy a chilled bottle of champagne in your room with 2 hand painted glasses to take home! Just add this package onto any room for a 2 night stay for only $45. Book here!
November 28th, 2014 by debbiekeane
There are not many places as beautiful as Williamsburg, Virginia in December. The Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area is decorated with all natural greens, fruits and berries. White candle lights shine in every window. Costumed interpreters walk the historic area as they light the torches lining Duke of Gloucester street.
Enjoy a Christmas Caroler as they stroll through Merchant Square and you may even catch Father Christmas enjoying the town. A Christmas Carol is performed live in Merchant Square. Shopping is convenient as you can enjoy a unique gift shop to fine clothiers or even better yet, a wonderful candy shop for the holiday candy stocking stuffer. Dine in one the fine restaurants in Merchant Square and then walk back to A Williamsburg White House where you can enjoy a warm cracking wood burning fire in the Reception Room. The room of your choice is waiting for you which includes a full breakfast each morning.
There are so many events going on in December ranging from Christmas Town at Busch Gardens to Christmas tide at Home tours in the Colonial Williamsburg historic area.
Don’t wait too long to book your room. December is filling fast. When you call us to make your reservation, we can certainly direct you in the right directions for tickets and local events. You can also book your room online if you prefer by just clicking here!