A Williamsburg White House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews A Williamsburg White House Bed and Breakfast
Great Valentine Getaway
What a great find, close to home for a quick, one-night Valentine Getaway! The afternoon goodies in the livingroom were delicious. The unique T Roosevelt suite on the third floor was totally charming. The roaring fire awaiting us in the livingroom on our return from dinner was the right touch, made better with informal conversation with other guests and the hosts themselves. We needed an early 7 AM breakfast because of work schedules and Debbie accommodated us beautifully and graciously. There's an abundance of Presdential memorabilia throughout the house which adds to the cachet of this wonderful B&B. You won't be disappointed. It was a surprise for my wife and she was thrilled with accommodations - so thanks for an accurate and informative website.
An exceptional B and B
We came upon A Williamsburg White House one rainy night in October of 2003. The moment we stepped through the front door into the entrance hall, we knew right away we had found a special and exceptional bed and breakfast. From the common rooms to our guestroom, all were meticulously maintained and quite comfortable. To top it off , both Debbie and John Keane are the perfect hosts - casual in demeanor, yet very attentive to making our stay in their bed and breakfast (and Williamsburg) a special and memorable one ( so much so, that we returned in three weeks!). They are truly goodwill ambassadors to both Williamsburg and their bed and breakfast. As bed and breakfast owners ourselves, we arrived with high expectations. A Williamsburg White House both met and far exceeded those expectations! Needless to say, we have returned many times ( our latest being earlier this February ) and are making plans to return again soon! We have truly found our home away from home.
By far one of the best b&b's
All I can say is wow. I prefer to stay in B&B's when I travel, so I have seen quite a few in my time (especially since I am now retired and have been traveling frequently for the past ten years). Besides that, I used to manage an inn myself, and with that said the couple who run "The White House" do an AMAZING job. The breakfast is delicious, the rooms are immaculate and decorated in a presidential flair that might make Jackie blush, the service is always with a smile (no matter when you may need them), the afternoon cookies in the B&B's elaborately decorated Kennedy common room are scrumptious, and the B&B's location itself is the perfect little walk into the heart of Colonial Williamsburg. If anyone found themselves in Williamsburg and in need of a place to stay- this B&B is it. There are a few other inns in town I have stayed in over the years, but hands down I recommend A Williamsburg White House for its charming atmosphere, yummy breakfast, and great location.
Cant wait to return.
We enjoyed excellent food, friendly and attentive service, with beautifully decorated rooms. Walking to Colonial Williamsburg was a definite plus. Innkeepers were always smiling....
A perfect little B & B with-in walking distance to Historical area of Williamsburg. The theme of each room/suite is one of the Mt. Rushmore Presidents. The common area library is named after JFK. The house is ca. 1900 with wonderful decorating that makes you feel so at home. The hosts were very attentive to your needs and made you feel part of their family. Not only did we promise ourselves that we would return, we purchased three gift packages to use a Christmas gifts.
We loved the White House
We spent a week in August, 2003 at the Williamsburg White House, a bed and breakfast Inn in williamsburg, Virginia. Had a great time. John & Debbie Keene were the most gracious hosts. We felt as though we knew them for years. This past Nov. 04, we went back for the 2nd time and had a blast. The country breakfast is to die for. We highly recommend this inn and plan on returning again soon.
A Splendid Second Wedding Anniversary!
My wife and I just returned from a weekend at this lovely inn. We both thoroughly enjoyed our visit and we anxiously await our return. From the moment I first contacted the owners via the inn's website, -----------------------, until our departure on Sunday, the dedication and warmth of the Keanes was apparent.
We stayed in the Theodore Roosevelt Suite--a beautifully decorated bedroom and sitting room designed to look like a turn-of-the-century Pullman car. The public areas carry through the Presidential theme and each is decorated quite handsomely.
Breakfast was delicious and the company was always amusing. Initially, my wife and I were not too keen on eating with the other guests as it was our anniversary, but it worked out wonderfully. The same can be said for the afternoon repast of wine, port, and sweets set out in the parlor around 3pm.
The inn's location is ten minutes' stroll from the historic area of Williamsburg and it is located across the street from William & Mary College. The owners are very well known in Williamsburg and had no problem securing dinner reservations for our party of two. Plus, they are intimately familiar with the area and their recommendations can be relied upon.
Best wishes for a lovely stay in Williamsburg!
Presidential Treatment in Williamsburg
Had a wonderful experience at A Williamsburg Whitehouse (B&B ).This B&B is unique in its theme ( based on several U.S. President's ) , and its hospitality (the energetic and personable husband /wife team who run the establishment).
The location is prime (just short walk or ride ) to the center of town, a delicious breakfast is served in a charming dining room, and the accommodations are finely decorated and very comfortable. The library and living room are conducive to friendly conversation with the other guests ,as well as providing some interesting reading !.
A unique Bed and Breakfast
A unique bed and breakfast, with a presidential theme. We stayed in the Lincoln Room, which was very comfortable. The house is a museum to the U.S. presidency but sadly we just weren't able to spend as much time in the house as we would have liked. Very welcoming hosts, who helped with directions, dining recommendations and just generally made us feel very welcome. Breakfast was very good, with more food than we could manage and seemingly limitless juice and coffee. Afternoon wine and snack was a nice idea and appreciated as we wound down from our travels. Highly recommended.
We are bed and breakfast owners and were delighted to take a busman's holiday last November. The Williamsburg White House was beautifully decorated as well as delightfully run. The small touches in the room of chocolate and wine were unexpected but definately enjoyed. The Breakfasts were wonderfully creative with great converstion as everyone in the house ate at 8am. We took home ideas to try at our own place. The owners even made hard to come by dinner reservations for Thanksgiving. The package of a dinner, tickets and the room is a great deal.
The only down side of staying at this wonderful B&B was that our first visit to Williamburg was spent sightseeing and we didn't spend much time at the inn, We ususally missed the afternoon refreshments and social time.
We definately can recommend this spot to all.
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Travel Blogs from Williamsburg
As we left Bethesda, we headed south a couple hundred miles and back in time a couple hundred years... to 1775 in Colonial Williamsburg. As usual, we were late. Consequently, upon arrival, we realized that we weren't left with enough time to explore the apothecary, capitol building, governor's palace, and (most importantly)... the JAIL! So we needed to stay the night and continue our anachronistic hijinks into the next morning. We were fortunate enough to ...
... birthday is the 29th and we weren't sure exactly where we'd be, so we celebrated early. Tonight we took a tour, again in candlelight, called the Ghosts Among Us. It too had historical impetus as all of the stories involved actual residents of Williamsburg. We also explored Jamestown,(they've done a lot of new excavation) and were able to learn so many new things about America's first settlement. I knew that Yorktown had been a decisive battle in the revolution, but ...
... went to Colonial Williamsburg and got multi-day tickets. It is much larger than when I was here in 1977. So there is much more to see. Today it was rainy and Steve had never seen Monticello. So we drove about 100 miles, and out of the rain, to see Jefferson's home. Things have changed there as well. There is much more discussion about the dichotomy of Jefferson's position on the equality of all men and hatred of slavery, while continuing to be a slave owner. They are also rebuilding ...
... huts that would of housed corn, smoked meats and used at slave quarters. A small but modest kitchen building was on display. The smoke of pine burning was lingering in the air. And there were craftsmen plaining away at blocks of cedar to make roofing shingles for a building that needed its roof mended. Following the road further, we travelled from the farming area to find ourselves in to township of Colonial Williamsburg. Through the maze hedges in the gardens of the ...
... an old-fashioned root beer. I had a traditional beer.
Williamsburg is beautiful and clean. The hotels are mostly new and very nice. It is a very family friendly city. Karen and the boys went on a ghost tour tonight....their favorite event on vacation! They had a great time with their guide, Bonnie. We enjoyed Merchant's Square while they were on their tour. ...