Williamsburg, Virginia is known for excellent accommodations with warm hospitality. The comfortable, reasonably priced inns are located in the historic colonial City of Williamsburg's Architectural Corridor Protection District.
Inns have rarities like an indoor antique mall, the pottery, Busch Gardens, water country, and Presidents Park. Wonderful bed and breakfast inns, with the ambience of southern charm and comfortable lodgings, provide delicious breakfasts. Some, located on hilltops, are buildings in an acre of land surrounded by century-old oak, beech, and poplar trees, and gardens, courtyards, fountains, and swings.
Williamsburg bed and breakfasts offer rooms and suites furnished in the flavor of the eighty century with a modern twist. Guest room décor features a mix of the twenty-century folk art and a fine collection of eighteen- and nineteenth-century maps and prints. Additional attributes are hardwood floors, individual phone lines, ceiling fans, air conditioners, ceramic-tiled showers, and color TVs with VCRs and cable facilities.
Williamsburg bed and breakfasts also provide various amenities such as fireplaces, grand pianos, private room phones, bathrobes, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, and alarm clocks. Guests used to cottages will definitely appreciate the suite arrangements with a living room, dining area, and separate bunk rooms, as well as a queen-sized additional sofa bed.
Excellent breakfasts that include a collection of colonial recipes are served each morning on the porch. The full breakfast, a royal feast of sorts, prepares the guest for a whole day of conferencing or sightseeing.
At Williamsburg, the innkeepers provide personalized care. A walk in the street enlightens the visitor with several places offering great variety in food, wine, and shopping and art galleries. A stay in Williamsburg is a pleasant and satisfying experience.