Kilmarnock Inn

Address: 34 East Church Street, Kilmarnock, Virginia, 22482, United States | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 34 East Church Street, Kilmarnock, is near Historic Christ Church, White Fences Vineyard & Winery, Golden Eagle Golf Club, and Steamboat Era Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kilmarnock

Northern Neck - Birthplace of Presidents

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 20, 2014

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... farms and fishing villages harvesting both the riches of riches of the seafood in the Chesapeake and the weekend visitors from Washington seeking relaxation. Beyond a service station here and a trailer there there's not much of standardized cookie-cutter America on the Northern Neck, which is what makes it a rather interesting place.

George Washington’s birthplace is part of the National Park System as a National Monument. Washington didn’t live ...

Day two

A travel blog entry by peekageek on Jun 17, 2014

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... with tiller handling, sail trimming and down wind reaches. The triangle course was great fun followed by cleaning up and storing the boats. Like all sports there is a lot of preparation and clean up. Ryan got lots more pool time jumping off the board,playing Marco Polo and swimming like a fish. After camp was the pool party with music and hot dogs. Another great day on the ...

Rural Virginia and lotsa farms

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Aug 06, 2011

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... is known as a peninsula. We travel through a small town called Dahlgren, which has a substantial naval presence and is named after a Naval Admiral that developed weapons in the mid-19th century for the US Navy, hence the Dahlgren Cannon of Civil War fame.

The Northern Neck is truly rural, and has several wineries, of which we visited the Oak Crest Vineyard and Winery. An attractive, family run small winery, we were graciously welcomed and sampled a bit of ...

A Season-Ending Week-Long Sail with Alize

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 07, 2008

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... there for the week until we could come back to fetch it. At Cockrell's we took down and stowed away our portable piling bumpers and arranged to leave for the final time. We weren't sure we would ever return. While the slip was good and the Smith Point location was fabulous for exploring the beautiful middle section of the Chesapeake Bay, the marina itself was seagull poop challenging, and entering and exiting the jetties was often an ...

Anchorage at Indian Creek

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 25, 2008

... upwind sailing on full main and jib in pleasant, light winds from NE with air temperatures in the 70s. We toured Indian Creek and anchored in its offshoot Henry's Creek in a small cove with several other boats at approximately 1834 ...