Luxury in Colonial Williamsburg! Pet Friendly!

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802 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
Per night $340
Type: Home
Description of the Williamsburg vacation home rental
This lovely restored Colonial home, is offering a luxurious 2000 square foot, 2 master bedroom en-suite accommodation with a great room, gourmet kitchen and private patio.

The first floor great room contains a queen leather sleeper sofa, additional seating, and a large high definition Sony TV and DVD player, complete with DVD library. There are hardwood floors throughout the entire home. Double French doors exit onto your private patio courtyard and garden, complete with Weber Grill, table and chairs.

The kitchen has luxurious granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. These include a warming drawer and a center island 5 burner professional gas range with downdraft. There is also a second convention microwave oven for your cooking convenience. A bar top with three stools can be used for informal dining or just a conversation setting. An adjacent dining area with an expandable oak table and chairs can seat a family of 8.

We also have two twin mattresses for children.

Just a few blocks to Colonial Williamsburg, you will find fine dining, shopping and streets filled with history. Directly across the street is the College of William and Mary, making this the perfect University Lodging for short or long term rentals.

WE WELCOME YOUR WELL BEHAVED DOG and have plenty of wonderful walking trails directly across the street.

Cathryn Bradley

Area Info
The historic area of Colonial Williamsburg, centered around the Duke of Gloucester street, is the cornerstone of the Williamsburg area and played a major role in the nation's developing democracy during the turbulent times prior to and during the Revolutionary War. Colonial Williamsburg is the historic section of the city of Williamsburg, Virginia. Consisting of many of the original buildings that formed the first colonial capital of Williamsburg from 1699 to 1780, Colonial Williamsburg provides a "living museum" full of history and information.

Early in the 20th century, Colonial Williamsburg underwent one of the largest restorations in history. Some of the structures from the Colonial period have been reconstructed on their original sites. Many other structures have been restored to their original 18th century appearances and most buildings are open for tourists to tour.

A main source of tourism to Williamsburg, Virginia and the surrounding area, visitors can witness an interpretation of a Colonial American city with exhibits including many authentic colonial homes, American Revolutionary War history exhibits, and the town jail, which includes an authentic Stocks and pillory display. Other notable structures include the large Capitol and the Governor's Palace, each with gardens and landscape reconstructed as closely as possible to original 18th century specifications. The ambiance is furthered with horse drawn carriages and a myriad of other animals walking the streets.

Fully restored to authentic 18th century living, taking a walk through Colonial Williamsburg is like taking a walk through time into another era. The people who work and live in Colonial Williamsburg do more than wear the costumes from the period - they live, walk and talk the part...engaging in debates between the Crown Loyalists and the Revolutionaries. There are those who make and serve Colonial meals in taverns that date back hundreds of years. Musicians play authentic music on actual 18th century instruments. Blacksmiths forge, dressmakers offer the latest in puritan fashion, shoemakers create sturdy, protective - and heavy - footwear... it is an amazing journey back in time to the roots of our developing Nation.

The Inn at 802, A Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast is perfectly situated just a short walk from the Historic area and directly across the street from The College of William and Mary. Our Historic Williamsburg lodging options continue to envelop you in the ambiance of Colonial Williamsburg throughout your stay.

William and Mary is the nation's second oldest college, and was chartered February 8, 1693. The Sir Christopher Wren Building at the College is the oldest academic building in continuous use within the United States. The original Wren building was constructed between 1695 and 1699, before Williamsburg was even founded, and the Virginia colony's capital was still located at Jamestown. Though the building has been destroyed three times by fire, each time it has been rebuilt, with the current building dating from 1862.
The campus spreads across 1,200 acres. The "Ancient Campus" section adjoins Colonial Williamsburg, and has been restored to its 18th century appearance.

There are currently about 7,650 students enrolled at this liberal arts College, with over 5,700 undergraduates. The college has a faculty of 567 and maintains an impressive student-faculty ratio of 12 to 1.

If you have a student enrolled at the College of William and Mary, a stay at the Inn at 802 couldn't be more convenient. We are located just across the street! Make your reservations early for Parents Weekend and Graduation.
Property Rates
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Weekly Monthly Min
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Jan 01 2013 Dec 31 2014 $340 $340 - - 3 nights
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 11%
Deposits: 50% deposit required to secure the reservation
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express
Other Fees: 3% service charge $2 per night VA state occupancy charge $100 pet fee
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Just a few blocks to Colonial Williamsburg, you will find fine dining, shopping and streets filled with history. Directly across the street from this Williamsburg Inn is the College of William and Mary, making this the perfect University Lodging for short or long term rentals. In addition, popular Williamsburg attractions such as Busch Gardens, the Williamsburg Winery, Yorktown, and the Jamestown Settlement are all a within a few miles.
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