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With a rich history that dates back to the 1730s, Boar's Head offers you a step back in time during your stay. Built from the timbers of an abandoned gristmill along the banks of the Hardware River, the inn was reconstructed from the the mill to the charming destination you see today. Original fieldstones, pine beams and more are still featured...
More than any other resort, King's Creek Plantation brings alive the rich history of Williamsburg, Virginia, the birthplace of the nation. Its Colonial-style décor is just the start. Its clubhouse displays local artifacts and across the street is President's Park Museum. Explore for yourself where independence was born and won!
The Omni Homestead Resort welcomed its first guests to experience the beauty of the Allegheny Mountains of Western Virginia long before the American Revolution. Today, this legendary and historic resort continues to preside over the countryside, offering unparalleled hospitality and Southern charm in a 3,000-acre setting distinguished by natural...
Located eight miles from Colonial Williamsburg, Holiday Inn Club Vacations Williamsburg Resort is the perfect home-base for your historic vacation! Here you are sure to feel like you've transported back in time; the old-world charm is all around in the unique architecture and endless historic sites. Visit the Jamestown Settlement or Governor's...
The Inn at Willow Grove is located in Orange, Virginia, where the old Civil War battles created a place of rediscovery for modern day historians. Explore the sites of the epic Barboursville Ruins, the Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel, or James Madison's Montpelier. This is the destination for the history lover!
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Families will find an oceanfront oasis in Virginia Beach! This renowned resort town features miles upon miles of sandy shoreline, pleasant weather, and a host of attractions for all ages. Hit the... more
Serving as the capital of Virginia from 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg is teeming with American history. Saunter down the streets of Historic Williamsburg, the restored historic area of the city. The... more