Aldrich House Bed & Breakfast - Williamsburg, Virginia
The Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area is right around the corner. Come and Enjoy the Beauty!
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Wine Lover's Package
The Aldrich House Bed & Breakfast is vey close to the historic village. We are located two blocks east of the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area. A five minute stroll will transport you through time to the grandness and hospitality of Virginia's 18th-century colonial capital where the spirit of independence was kindled.
Each room is furnished with cable television and wireless internet connection. Rates are based on double occupancy with an additional $20 per each additional person. Room tax is 11% plus occupancy tax of $2/night per room. Please use Check Availability to refer to our booking calendar, check availability and make your reservation. This calendar will show you the availability of each of our rooms. We hope you choose us and we'll see you.
The Patton Room
This room is popular with couples looking for a romantic atmosphere and is also enjoyed by anyone who loves to soak in a whirlpool tub after a full day of walking and exploring Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area. It is located on the first floor and is quite roomy. It is decorated in an "Olde Jamestowne" theme and furnished with a kingsize antique Italian bedroom suite featuring blue/gray marble. It has a large private master bath with double sinks, a whirlpool tub and a separate shower. Perfect for your honeymoon or anniversary. Maximum occupancy-2 "Very Cozy"
**$140 per night**
The Anderson Room
This room is huge and perfect for a family or small group travelling together. It is located on the second floor and is furnished with two kingsize beds and a hideaway alcove. It is decorated to reflect the elegance of Williamsburg. Complementing this room is a candle-lit hearth, sitting area and a full private bath. Many couples have requested this room because of it's spaciousness. You will have the comforts of home nestled into one comfortable room. Maximum occupancy-4
**$140 per night**
The Lewis Room
The Lewis Room is very comfortable and pleasing to the eye. It is located on the second floor and has a queensize four poster mahogany bed, an oversized antique chair and an antique chest of drawers. This room features pictures of Yorktown and has oriental accents. It also has a full private bath and receives the most sun of any room in the house. Maximum occupancy-2
**$125 per night**
Our Williamsburg, Virginia Bed and Breakfast - the Aldrich House - was built in 1986 in the style of a Colonial Saltbox home and is decorated in an 18th-century fashion. Paintings of our forefathers and historic papers and happenings enhance your experience of being in Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area and helps you learn more about this country of ours. Our home is a perfect mix of current day luxuries and historic charm with good-old Southern Hospitality. Our lovely formal livingroom offers a warm and comfortable area to relax and enjoy your favorite book. Our unpretentious atmosphere allows you to feel right at home and quite pampered while reading the paper or listening to classical/colonial music as a full breakfast, served family style, is being placed on the table. Breakfast consists of a fresh fruit salad, eggs, pancakes, waffles, or oven-baked french toast, a breakfast meat, orange juice, coffee and hot tea and sometimes country sausage gravy and biscuits. We guarantee you won't leave the table hungry. Our guests have stated many times that our proximity to Colonial Williamsburg is the best. Come and enjoy great accommodations in Williamsburg, Va, while lodging at the Aldrich House Bed and Breakfast for your trip back into history, your golf outting, your visit to the College of William & Mary, Busch Gardens, or to just get away and relax.
Tour the "Colonial Triangle" on the Colonial Parkway, a quiet & picturesque byway that connects the historic sister cities of Jamestown,Williamsburg, and Yorktown where England's rule of North America began, matured, and was lost. Have Tom meet you for a private tour. Be sure to visit the Dewitt Wallace Museum located in Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area. It's the best museum featuring 18th Century artifacts you'll ever experience. You can take a scenic drive west on Route 5 along the James River and visit the old James River Plantations of early Virginian aristocrats and presidents of the United States.
Busch Gardens and Water Country USA are three miles from the Aldrich House. Within an hour's drive south is Virginia Beach and north to Richmond is Kings Dominion. The Williamsburg area offers everything from romantic seclusion to educational ventures to amusement parks. There is something here for everyone.
We want to thank you both for a most enjoyable and memorable stay. My wife had no idea what I was up to for our anniversary. She told me that it was the best surprise and such a wonderful experience. You both made our 15th Wedding Anniversary a most memorable one. We felt right at home immediately leaving us with a heart-warming feeling. Anyone can open up a bed and breakfast, but it takes special, caring people like yourselves to take a beautiful house and turn it into a home. A home you gladly and warmly open up to others. We never felt like strangers during our stay. Besides, strangers are just friends you haven't met yet! Thanks Again! Paul and Patricia
Just a note of thanks and appreciation for your hospitality last week. We were blessed with beautiful weather, a great shopping experience and the opportunity to meet some wonderful people, including you. You are truly a living example of "multi-tasking" and an inspiration to other women. The breakfasts were delicious and the table (and your house) looked like something out of Southern Living. Thanks for a wonderful experience at the "Aldrich House". Patsy
Aldrich House Bed & Breakfast, 505 Capitol Court, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Phone: (757) 229-5422 Tom:(757)784-1534 Sue:(757)870-3491
Website: www.aldrichhouse.com Email address: email@example.com
Owned & Operated by Tom & Sue Patton