Archive for the ‘Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast’ Category

Williamsburg is host to over 3000 softball players!

July 24th, 2013 by wdtp

Approximately 144 teams from nearly a dozen states are expected in the area starting today for this high profile event.
This is supposed to be the largest sporting event in the history of the Williamsburg area.
Sports Williamsburg, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance and surrounding towns helped secure venues for the event.
The economic impact from the NSA event could exceed $3 million in revenue to the area.
There will be over 3000 athletes and their families staying in our Williamsburg destination for a week.
One thing that is different about girls sports than boys sports are: Girls spend money. They are going to New Town, restaurants and outlets.
The Tournament will feature 10 and under to 18 and under teams and spread out over many juridsications throughout the Historic Triangle.

Colonial Williamsburg Summer Vacation Package

July 12th, 2013 by wdtp

carriage ride in Colonial Williamsburg VaJust a few weeks left to enjoy our Summer vacation package. Come, spend 2 nights or more in the room of your choice. Enjoy a full breakfast each morning, afternoon snacks and wine, and your comfortable room with private bathroom. With our summer package you can enjoy tickets to Colonial Williamsburg as well as lunch at a Colonial Tavern. Prices vary by room choice. Not to be combined with any other discounts, packages,  or gift cards/certificates. View our availability here!

Under the Redcoat in Colonial Williamsburg, Va.

June 19th, 2013 by wdtp

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Come and experience hundreds of reenactors march into town on June 28 as General Cornwallis brings his troops to Colonial Williamsburg. The town is taken over and the reenactors set up camp throughout the historic area while Martial Law is declared.  A series of events take place over the weekend and locals as well as tourists interact with the British Army for 3 days.

A great event to experience as it is the largest group of reenactors in Williamsburg yearly. Camps are set up with tents and fires to prepare the meals. A Military Hospital is set up for the injured and the British army demonstrates their skills as well as performs artillery demonstrations.

Within walking distance from our Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast, you can first enjoy the modern amenites of fine dining before stepping back in history. Treat yourself  to a fun weekend of history, luxury and great food all at the same time. This event only happens once a year so don’t miss it. A Few rooms are available for the weekend. To check our availability or book online just click here!

5th annual Invitational Car Show in Williamsburg, Va

May 30th, 2013 by wdtp

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July 9th in Merchant Square, Williamsburg will host the 5th annual Invitational Car show!

Williamsburg, VA –– On Sunday, June 9 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Merchants Square will host the Colony Auto Enthusiasts for their 5th Annual Williamsburg Invitational Car Show featuring a collection of 19 Porsches that celebrate the 65th Anniversary of Porsche and the 50th Anniversary of the Porsche 911.
Fifty-five carefully selected cars from throughout the world are included in this unique display. A special exhibit of vehicles from 1927-1931 will recognize the 85thAnniversary of Merchants Square. This exhibit will feature a circa 1775 replica landau from the Colonial Williamsburg collection of carriages, a 1937 Rolls-Royce and a 2013 Tesla.
This show is open to the public at no charge. All who attend are encouraged to make a cash donation in support of the wonderful service provided by the Williamsburg area Meals-on-Wheels, who will have a special display at the center of the car show.
Inspired by the rich architectural heritage of the 18th century, Merchants Square blends the atmosphere found in the adjacent Historic Area of Colonial Williamsburg with 21st-century shopping and dining.Most retail stores open at 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday and noon on Sunday. Individual store hours vary. The hotline, 757 565-8889, and the Merchants Square website, merchantssquare.org, contains information about any schedule changes for outdoor events due to weather. Find us on Facebook.or follow us on twitter: @MerchantsSquare.

Williamsburg Va Historic Garden Week!

April 11th, 2013 by wdtp

 

Williamsburg VA Garden Week!

Historic Garden Week in Virginia!

 

“America’s Largest Open House” better known as Historic Garden Week in Virginia 2013,  will be held the week of April 20 – April 27. Cited as “On of the top ten garden 10 great flower shows and garden events” by USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/2013/02/28/shows-flower-bloom-garden-events-herald-spring/1954755/

Williamsburg’s Garden Tour will be highlighted on Tuesday April 23 from 10am -5:30pm. Beautiful homes and historic houses will be featured on this day. Enjoy gorgeous interior décor, architecture and art as well as their meticulous gardens.

Ticket cost is $30 in advance.

This year’s tour will feature homes in Colonial Williamsburg and West Landing in Kingsmill.

  • 207 East Nicholson Street – Tayloe House – in the historic area contributed by Ms. Kay Wilkinson
  • Orlando Jones House, Kitchen and Gardens – Contributed by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • 104 West Landing – Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander – Custom designed Craftsman style contemporary home
  • 135 West Landing – Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Carr’s Home and Gardens – Beautifully situated on the James River this Georgian-style home offers many options for outdoor entertaining
  • 168 West Landing – Home and Gardens – French traditional décor in a reverse architecture floor plan, formal rose gardens and serpentine perennial garden
  • Escorted Walking Garden Tour Colonial Williamsburg
  • Matthew Whaley Garden Tour
  • Kingsmill Historic Plantation Site 

For more information about the Williamsburg tour  email Cathy Adams at [email protected]  or visit the website at www.vagardenweek.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s happening Easter Weekend in Williamsburg, VA?

March 26th, 2013 by wdtp

What is there to do in Williamsburg this weekend? 3/31 and 3/31?

  • You can start with the Muscarelle Museum as it announces the first Mattia Preti Monographic exhibtion in the United States. Conveniently located across the street from the Inn, just walk over after breakfast on Saturday morning.
  • You could try the spring fling at the Williamsburg Yankee Candle where you will find weekend events to include on March 30th, the Hedgehog Chainsaw Artisans. Come and see the Hedgehogs Woodworks as they sculpt a variety of Paradise themed stautes out of logs.
  • For Lunch on Easter Sunday, March 31, stop by at the Trellis Restaurant, right down the street in Merchant Square where you can enjoy Glazed Easter Ham, whipped sweet potatoes and spring vegetables….and don’t forget dessert, a Strawberry-Almond Tart topped with rhubarb sauce and homemade vanilla ice cream.
  • After lunch walk over to the Abby Adrich museum to enjoy some Tramp Art. Explore this art through the study of 6 objects ranging from a doll sized roll top desk to a 7 foot tall cheval glass.

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  • Enjoy the New Town Art gallery this month with guest artist Lori Jakubow!

 

 

Wonderful events are happening all weekend here in Williamsburg so don’t forget to book your room in advance. A Williamsburg White House 757-229-8580

Jamestown Settlement, “Military Through the Ages”

March 15th, 2013 by wdtp

jamestown military through the agesA Do Not Miss Event in Jamestown Settlement

March 16-18, 2013 in Jamestown Settlement, over 30 units will depict the First Century to Modern Times.

Hundreds of re-enactors will descend on Jamestown Settlement and celebrate this annual event.

Ancient Romans to Virginia Army National Guard re-enactors will set up camp this weekend.
Come and enjoy Artillery Firings, Military Pass-In-Review where 4 centuries of artillery will be demonstrated.
Re-enactors will set up camp sites, clothing and cooking presentations as well as field demonstrations.

 

Spring in Colonial Williamsburg!

February 28th, 2013 by wdtp

Daffodils are blooming and spring is right around the corner. Colonial Williamsburg will be starting their spring programming in a few weeks so make sure you make your reservation now for your Spring Vacation Getaway. Check out our new spring package and book your stay early!

Best Inns for a Sweet Escape

December 2nd, 2012 by wdtp

 

Yes, we have been named as one of the best Inns for a Sweet Escape by “Capitol Files” magazine. One of 8 Inns selected by this prestigious magazine you can view our write up by following this link.

A  Williamsburg White House Debbie and John Keane’s century-old estate  is scattered with period accents and vintage photographs of past US prestidents,  many of whom have roamed the streets of the nearby colonial village. At this  decidedly luxurious bed and breakfast, morning meals consist of gourmet  selections of eggs Benedict, stuffed French toast, or quiche Lorraine. 718  Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA, 757-229-8580 Read more at http://capitolfile-magazine.com/living/articles/best-inns-dc-area#Jm8jSOoZaMb4EPG0.99

We thank Capitol Files Magazine for their write up.

 

LGPA returns to Williamsburg, Virginia

August 28th, 2012 by wdtp

LGPA Returns!

The LPGA announced a return to Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia, beginning in 2012 with the Kingsmill Championship. The tournament marks the Tour’s fifth new event – and fourth in North America – on the 2012 tournament schedule.The $1.3 million Kingsmill Championship will be played September 6-9. In 2013, the tournament will return to a traditional early-May date.

“We are truly thrilled to bring the world’s best golfers back to Kingsmill, where the LPGA has such a great history,” said LPGA Commissioner Michael Whan. “As our players will attest, Kingsmill is a premier venue and we all look forward to working closely with the resort’s new owner, Xanterra, on this tournament. In 2012, the LPGA’s motto is “See Why It’s Different Out Here,” and we hope that fans and media will have the opportunity to find out for themselves.”

We are very excited about the LPGA’s decision to return to Kingsmill Resort,” said Andrew Todd, president and CEO of Xanterra. “Kingsmill’s history as a host of an LPGA tournament was one of the factors we found attractive when we purchased the resort, and it has been a goal of ours to reestablish a relationship with the LPGA and help bring a tournament back to Kingsmill Resort and Williamsburg. We look forward to hosting the players again and presenting a first-class event on our challenging River Course.”

The River Course at Kingsmill Resort previously hosted the LPGA’s Michelob ULTRA Open at Kingsmill from 2003 to 2009 with winners including Grace Park (2003), Se Ri Pak (2004), Cristie Kerr (2005, 2009), Karrie Webb (2006), Suzann Pettersen (2007), and Annika Sorenstam (2008).