Walk in to a charming piece of historic Urbanna, just steps from the waterfront. Atherston Hall was built in 1880 for a local schooner captain and his family and restored in 2005. Nestled one block away from the waterfront, docks and beaches of the Chesapeake, Atherston Hall is just around the corner from all Urbanna has to offer.
National Assn. of RV Parks and Campgrounds Park of the Year. 700-site campground on the Rappahannock River. Marina. Sand beach. Pools. Lakeside pavilion. Basketball, tennis. WiFi, cable. Paved pull-thrus. Waterfront reception hall. Kayak, paddleboats , bike rentals. River cruises. Posh!
At the water's edge, Fleeton Fields is nestled in a park like setting by the historic hamlet of Fleeton. The inn features fine Victorian and period antiques and accessories while still unobtrusively providing modern amenities like DirecTV, wireless internet, unlimited phone, and private baths.
GrandView is a cozy B&B located near the historic fishing village of Reedville. Nearly surrounded by water on the Great Wicomico River, it offers a private pier, waterfront porches, four bedrooms and sumptuous breakfasts.
100-acre wooded camp on the Rappahannock River just minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, quaint towns, shopping, golf, historic sites. Activities, amenities abound. NEW: FREE WiFi, FREE cable TV, Splash Point Water Complex.
Located in the heart of the Steptoes District of Kilmarnock, our charming inn carries a presidential theme - from the decor down to the treatment you'll receive. Stay in the main house, or one of the cottages on the courtyard. Walk to restaurants, shopping and more.
Accommodations in this historic cottage include a complete kitchen, bathroom, living room, two bedrooms upstairs—one with a full size bed and the other with two twin beds. There is a day bed downstairs in the living room. A small patio overlooks the fields and a charcoal grill is available. A complementary wine tasting is included.
The Gables was voted one of the top seven Chesapeake Bay bed and breakfast inns by the readers of Chesapeake Bay Magazine. As part of the Reedville Historic District, The Gables is listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmark Register.
In the time of the Lees, travelers to the Northern Neck would have been assured of finding a warm welcome, a good bed and fine meal at Stratford Hall. Today the Inn at Stratford Hall carries on this tradition of Lee hospitality by welcoming individuals, families, and groups to this serene and special place.
Renowned for a unique mix of southern charm & hospitality, with a modern approach. AAA four diamond resort & a Preferred Boutique Hotel offering a 60-slip, transient marina featuring all of the amenities of the resort including a full service spa & 18-hole championship golf course.