Beach Spa Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Historical Traveler Reviews Beach Spa Bed and Breakfast Virginia Beach
Great Time at the Spa
I live in Va Beach, so it wasn't a far travel to the Beach Spa B & B. It was more for a relaxing weekend, break up the norm, with my girlfriend. We both had a great time and definitely got some quality rest and relaxation. The breakfast was great, the room was beyond our expectations, and the hot tub w/ waterfall was a nice added touch to the realxing process. My only concerns were the hot tub wasn't very hot, more warm than hot and the lack of TV. I see you have already addressed both issues, so overall a great stay!
Pampered at the Beach Spa!
A great place to stay while at Virginia Beach! We had a beautiful room with a spa-worthy bathroom, and were only a few short blocks from the beach. The innkeeper was incredible and she helped to meet our every need- including my somewhat cumbersome dietary restrictions. The inn was always clean and organized and the breakfasts and afternoon treats were delicious. If you enjoy relaxing massages, the comforts of a spa, delicious food, excellent service and a quiet, restful atmosphere, this is the place for you!
Lovely time at the Beach Spa Bed & Breakfast
It was a very lovely visit at the Beach Spa Bed & Breakfast in Virginia Beach. The rooms were clean, nicely appointed, and very comfortable.
The shower was A++++ which included a rain shower, steam, and pulsating jets.
The owner was very nice and suggested and arranged dinner reservations. There was always lemonade or ice tea in the afternoon along with some homemade cookies.
It was a little noisy during our visit, but this was due to a group of ten women sharing several rooms, that came together. Normally, its a little quieter when it's just couples.
The flat screen televisions were not installed at the time of our visit .
It is a short two block walk to the beach, but far enough from the noise and crowds.
Best B&B ever!
A lot of effort has obviously gone into making this B&B one of the nicest and most relaxing places I've ever stayed. Our room was really spacious with a huge balcony and bathroom. Very comfortable and peaceful. Only a couple of blocks from the beach. This is definately the way to go whenever you're in Virginia beach. No more bustling, high rise, ugly hotels! Very friendly owners and staff. Will be back every time I'm down there. Thanks for a great stay.
Romantic and Quiet
I took my husband to the Beach Spa Bed and Breakfast for his 30th birthday. We both enjoyed it very much. It is only a short walk to the beach and the inn is beautifully done. I especially liked the fact that they have implemented so many "green" appliances to save energy and our planet! DEFINETLY worth the money!
Wonderful, relaxing vacation
My family had a wonderful stay at the Beach Spa B&B in July. The furnishings and decor were exceptional, the food was outstanding, and the hospitality was great. Our room (the Avamere) had plenty of space for the four of us and we especially enjoyed the balcony that overlooked a stand of crepe myrtle trees. I liked the fact that there were no TVs... very peaceful and relaxing. The location is perfect-not too close to the noise of the boardwalk, but within walking distance to the beach and many restaurants. We will definitely be back and have already recommended the Beach Spa B&B to family and friends.
Would always come back
The Beach Spa Bed & Breakfast is one of the most loveliest places I ever stayed in. The rooms are designed with great taste and individuality and have a very warm and cosy atmosphere. It is therefore one of the simplest tasks to relax and enjoy at this place. Furthermore it was very exciting to imagine what would be offered for breakfast, because contrary to many chain hotels, the breakfast is every day different, very delicious and homemade.
In addition, the innkeepers are very friendly and helpful to help improving the holiday.
Thanks again so much!!!
Charming Stay in a Sea of Chain Hotels...
We were directed to this charming new B & B through a family recommendation. Located just 2 blocks from the Virginia Beach shore, the Inn is surprisingly quiet (except for the occasional Navy Jet Trainers that fly overhead... LOL) and very new. They have an ultra-modern shower spa that was more intimidating than comforting, but at least it gave good hot water..... and the room we stayed in (can't remember the name) was very spacious even with the sofa sleeper open and in use. We didn't spend much time at the Inn itself, but it was quite peaceful and very pleasant while we were there. Good breakfast was served (although I'm not an expert at B & B type breakfasts), and the owners were polite and quite friendly.
I was really disappointed with this place. They are new, and it's obvious that the innkeeper has no idea how to make guests feel welcome or attended to. The room was pretty, but there was no cable TV, for one thing, and for a room that cost almost $200/ night, that's crazy. There was also a gross ring of dirt around the bathtub that I didn't notice until I was in it. The breakfasts were really lame, just muffins and fruit, nothing really substancial, and the coffee was gross. The innkeeper seemed really disorganized, I had to ask her several times for some of the same things, and she made us pay right as we walked in the door, before she even showed us the room or introduced herself. It really rubbed me the wrong way. Our room was advertised on the website as having a "garden view", which was really just a window that looked out to some bushes planted on the side of the house. I don't think "garden views" include the street and traffic. I couldn't wait to leave and felt like we wasted a lot of money. Very disappointing.
Beautiful, Clean and Airy
My husband and I love to travel and have stayed in all sorts of hotels and motels, but we especially love bed and breakfasts.
I am a visual person and I love to read other peoples reviews and to see pictures of where we will be staying.
I desperately wanted to go to the beach and so decided to visit Virginia Beach for the first time. I spent hours reading over hotel and bed & breakfast reviews. Due to the short notice, and it being the week before Memorial Day, several of the oceanfront hotels had no rooms available.
I found a place called Beach Spa Bed & Breakfast. At the time there were no pictures of the rooms on their website nor were there any reviews. I called and spoke to the owner's wife, Yvonne, who stated that they had just opened a week earlier and that everyone that had stayed with them had loved it.
I honestly was very nervous to stay in a place with no pictures or reviews, but we decided to give it a try...
Well, pulling up and seeing it from the outside I was instantly put at ease. It is beautifully landscaped and walking in to the main room, it was right out of Restoration Hardware. It is truly charming, clean and airy. All of the rooms have some sort of sauna, rain showers, jetted tubs, etc. We chose the Waverly Room for the jetted tub and rain shower. We had a flat screen tv, but cable had not been hooked up yet. We had robes which were a very nice touch. The beach is three blocks away from the B&B. It was a straight walk right onto the beach. After coming back we would soak in the wonderful outdoor jetted spa pool with a waterfall. At night it has party lights which was really cool.
Greg, the owner is outgoing with great local knowledge and very likable and friendly. He gave us great tips on area restaurants, etc. Michelle is the Innkeeper. She is great as well and made sure to have lots of iced tea for us. She made a declicious and nutritious breakfast daily including fritattas and stratas.
I booked an hour massage at the B&B which cost $75 and it was awesome.
There is a three mile concrete boardwalk along the ocean which we enjoyed walking on and there is also a bike path alongside of it.
My favorite meal was at TauTogs and I had the mahi mahi with cream sauce. My husband's favorite meal was at Beach Bully for barbecue.
We had originally booked our room for three nights, but enjoyed it so much that we booked a fourth night.
The B&B is on a busy corner and at times was a little noisy. The off street parking was very nice.
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