Cedars of Williamsburg Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Cedars of Williamsburg Bed & Breakfast
The Cedars B & B is a most charming and hospitable B & B. It is ideally located in the heart of Williamsburg within a short walk or drive to the major attractions.
The Cedars captures the charm and comfort that you would expect of a first class B&B along with a personal touch that reflects the personalities its owners, Grace and Bob. It has a variety of very comfortable rooms that are decorated with great taste and tradition. The surrounding gardens are well-tended and provide an excellent backdrop to the B&B.
From the outset, Grace and Bob were very helpful in assisting us to plan and arrange our visit. We were able to see and do a lot of things that we would otherwise not have done.
Breakfast was served in a bright, sunny room that was inviting and conducive to meeting and chatting with others. The food was excellent and kept us going for the day.
Grace & Bob and their staff were very friendly and cheerful and made us feel very much at home. In fact, our first stay at the Cedars was so pleasant that we decided to return for a second time this year.
Quiet atmosphere. Convenient location to see the sights. Breakfast was delicious.
Romance at its best!!
My husband and I decided to stay in a bed and breakfast for our 10th anniversary. We had never done this before and did a lot of research. We decided on the Cedars Bed and Breakfast and were so glad that we did! We were received by gracious hosts and friendly smiles. After signing in, we were shown our "home away from home." We were so pleased with our room, we actually didn't want to stray to far. We did visit the Prime Outlets and had a fabulous dinner. The Cedars was clean and cozy. We were greeted by Bob for breakfast the next morning and the food was delicious - no continental fare here! Our picture was taken and we received a copy before we left. I have never felt so comfortable around virtual strangers as I did during our visit. We will definitely be back!
Bob & Grace do an excellent job of making you feel welcome, providing info and activities in Williamsburg and providing a beautiful setting for our getaway.
Selected the Cedars for our anniversary based on the website and were very happy with the room, staff, breakfasts and special touches which were provided by Bob, Heather, Nancye and the staff.
Cedars is 4 Stars!
I am a regular visitor to the Cedars and will continue to use the Cedar when I visit my daughter at William and Mary.
The Cedars is 4 STARS.
1 year anniversary
My husband and I had a wonderful time at Cedars Bed and Breakfast. We went for our 1 year anniversary. We had a weekend that we will never forget, thanks to the staff of Cedars. We will be returning to Williamsburg and to Cedars.
Laura and Jason Schadle
Great place to stay
Had a wonderful three days at the Cedars. Beautiful rooms, excellent breakfasts and very helpful staff. Location couldn't be faulted, only a seven minute walk into historic Williamsburg. Definately worth crossing the Atlantic Ocean for!
A nice place to stay
It was a lovely B&B with a marvelous and very friendly staff! It is also in a great location in walking distance to the historical area. We stayed in the George Washington Suite. Additionally in our room the bathroom was quite small, other rooms had larger or even smaller (closet size) bathrooms. Note- there are no TV in the B&B.
Best Place in Williamsburg
This is a great B&B. The accommodations were fabulous and the hospitality superb. They take your picture every morning and put it on their brochure. A real treat if your traveling to Williamsburg. Highly recommended.
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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 ...
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... and toy stores. Some of the kids were really getting into the spirit of Colonial Williamsburg and had dressed in costume for the day. The girls had long flowery dressed and frilly bonnets, while the boys sported thee cornered hats and vests. The sneakers that some of the girls were wearing looked quite incongruous with their long dresses and aprons, while the brightly coloured plastic toys poking from the boys pockets made Beth and I smile. It was ...