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Historical Traveler Reviews Frederick House Staunton
A Terrific B & B !
Frederick House is Tops !
The owners/managers are 'on site' - and welcome/greet guests, and accompany them to the rooms in the historic houses that are the Frederick House properties. The owners are both efficient and accomodating.
The historic houses retain original featues such as wood-work, windows, doors, and wooden floors. The rooms are tastefully and attractively decorarted - and they are comfortable ! - with good beds, and with wing chairs or a small sofa in the 'suite arrangements.'
The bath towels are the best encountered in years -- soft, fluffy, and substantial ! Bathrooms are absolutely clean and equipped with nice ammenities.
The Frederick House residences are within the historic center of Staunton - and it is easy to walk to dinner - or to the Woodrow Wilson Presidential site (well-worth a visit).
Breakfast is tasty and served with little waiting time-- plus juice is re-filled (much appreciated !).
Welcoming and friendly
we spent a great 4 nights at Staunton, tried almost all the breakfast combinations - Ham and cheese pie was yummy, but the rest were equally as great . We were made to feel very welcome, and the rooms were choc-full of antiques and fit elt like going back in time to a slower pace of life. Lots of good restaurants all within walking distance, and too much to do in the area for the time we had. Certainly will go back to this B+B
We had a very nice stay. The hosts were pleasant and friendly. They made dinner reservations for us at a near-by restaurant that was excellent. Our room was on the small side, but it had a terrific walk-in closet and a very workable shower. Our breakfast was all we had hoped for with several choices. The best recommendation I can post is that we would certainly stay there again.
Enjoyed The Frederick House
We recently stayed at the Frederick House Bed & Breakfast in Staunton, VA, on our way down to North Carolina for a wedding and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We plan to go back. The room was lovely, the food was delicious and the owners could not have been nicer or more helpful. We always stay at B&B's when we travel and this was one of the best.
Loved The Frederick House
I thoroughly enjoyed a wonderful weekend at the Frederick House. Even though it's called an Inn, it's actually much more like a small hotel. The rooms (actually they're more like suites) are lovely, and very private. The owners are extremely hospitable, friendly, and helpful! Staunton is a wonderful, peaceful, pretty little town with great restaurants. I would highly recommend this place as a great get-away for a long weekend, or a stop-over on your way to the Washington D.C. area. I am definitely looking forward to going back to the Frederick House, and trying one of their horseback riding trips.
Our family loved Frederick House!
My wife, son and I had a wonderful weekend staying with friends at the Frederick House in Staunton last weekend. The accommodations were ideal, as each of our respective families had a separate floor in the corner building of the property, offering privacy but a convenient way to see one another. The rooms are very spacious, clean, and the decor is in good taste and matches the historic nature of the buildings.
The proprietors, Denny and Karen, were very gracious, and they offered excellent recommendations for restaurants, and other activities. In particular, they recommended L'Italia for dinner, an Italian restaurant within walking distance which was excellent, and that we visit the glassblowing studio near the train station, which my son found captivating. The breakfast at Frederick House is wonderful as was the service. I enjoyed the strata, while my son loved the homemade waffle with fruit. The coffee was excellent, and always kept refilled by the friendly dining area staff.
Staunton is a wonderful town, which you can easily explore on foot, and the pace offers a nice break away for those of us in the Washington DC area. We will definitely return to Staunton, and stay at the Frederick House, which I highly recommend.
Great service - beyond expectations
Our room was large, clean, and well-appointed, though because we were traveling as a family of four, we had the room that might have been a basement and had only two small, remote windows making almost no daylight available. That said, hotelier Denny and wife were extraordinarily focused on ensuring that we had a great stay. Breakfast was fantastic! Well located. Great value. A pleasure.
A Quaint Distinguished Hotel
We spent Thanksgiving weekend at this lovely Inn in Historic Staunton, VA with a group of friends from different parts of the country. The rooms are very comfortable, encompassing six restored residential buildings. Each room and suite was so beautiful and cozy. Each morning we were served a delicious breakfast with a variety of choices. The Inn is across the street from Mary Baldwin College, which has a very beautiful campus and buildings. We were within walking distance to historic downtown featuring many cafes & shops. Karen and Denny were the perfect hosts for this beautiful experience. We plan to make this trip often, since it is so close to the DC area.
Great Weekend @ Frederick House
We had a wonderful weekend stay at the Frederick House! Frederick House is charming with spacious rooms (with a King sized bed) and private baths. Innkeepers Denny and Karen were gracious hosts who served an excellent breakfast (you must try the Strata!) and provided suggestions for nearby sightseeing. Denny & Karen also made reservations for dinner at the nearby L'Italia and The Dinning Room, which is affiliated with the Frederick House. Frederick House was unique in that it had a B & B feel with the privacy of a small hotel. Staunton has lots of nearby attractions with local artisans, UVA, Monticello, biking and hiking trails, and several wineries. We will definitely go back to Frederick House as it was a great getaway to a home away from home!
Enjoyed our stay.
We stayed Friday night on our way thru Shenandoah Valley in May 2004. We called the night before and we had a room plus a siting room. Parking was convenient. Great sheets and towels. The robes in the closet were a nice touch. The $150 rate included two tickets to the Shakespeare play. The seats were excellent and the quality of the acting comparable to the OSF. We had a choice of 5 different items on the breakfast menu. At their suggestion, I brought up boxed breakfast to my wife who was still in bed. The management was very accommodating.
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