HIstoric Church Hill Walkable Foodie Gardens
|Per night||$125 - $145|
Description of the Richmond vacation apartment rental
This Guest Suite welcomes you through French Doors from your own private gate and entrance into a charming environment that mixes eclectic with historic in order to make comfortable the operative word. While you are one block from St John's Church where Patrick Henry made his famous "Liberty or Death" speech, you also are one block from the newest BEST restaurant in the city, Dutch and Company. Spring is magical here and it is the GARDEN Month in Virginia. You also have access to a luscious garden with a gurgling fountain and lush green. foliage. Enjoy your morning coffee there or pour your favorite wine in the evening. If you like to bike, you will find two parks close by. If you enjoy shopping you have a number of choices as well. There is a European bakery that makes great croissant in a wood fired oven and cappuccino to wake you with delight. You will enjoy walking around as this city has more historic properties than Charleston or Savannah. If you want to sit and read the Muse is only one block away and has a backdrop of a beautiful iron-work sampler as well as gorgeous iron benches to relax in the shade. Everyone who has stayed in this GUEST SUITE has either come back or wished they could. When will you arrive? We will be delighted to greet you with a surprise.
Richmond is a middle sized city located on a picturesque white water river. It offers nearly unlimited options as it has the Blue Ridge Mountains to the WEST and the Rappahannock River to the EAST with oysters and sailing and amazing views. Washington, DC Is 2 hours north. The city itself brags of great restaurants many local and one- of- a- kind.If you like to walk or bike you will find an endless array of architectural delight on Monument Avenue, or you could spend the day at the Museum of Fine Arts and be very satisfied with a great meal as well. Close by to it is the Museum of Science built in the handsome old train station with an IMAX attached. There is a trail of wineries and a trail of plantations and the history of the Slave Trail, all awaiting your decision to get involved. White water rafting might be your idea of a river adventure or perhaps a glass of wine at the Boathouse to watch the sun set on the river. If you rather shop there is Carytown. It is an eclectic collection of shops and restaurant which are all unique. If you'd like to experience history you can drive 45 minutes to Williamsburg and then shop at the outlets. When you get tired you can stop at the Jefferson and see the 5 diamond hotel which takes the name of one of the 8 presidents born in the stat of Virginia. If 'high tea' is your preference that can be accomplished in this very elegant hotel. You will wonder why you did not hear of this locality sooner as it is rich with possibilities to suit everyone. Make you reservation today. We guarantee to please you to the utmost. What time will you arrive?
|Jan 01 2015||Dec 31 2016||$125||$145||$500||$1,500||2 Nights|
|Check In: 12 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check|
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