My wife and I spent an overnight on our way back to Philadelphia from a trip to Tennessee.
The Inn was conveniently located with ample parking behind, right in the heart of the historic district. We walked to our dinner, having a number of good choices, and reveled in the luxury of the Inn. There was coffee and cookies available in the dinning room at all hours, television in the room, a charming canopy bed, and even a bottle of scotch for those who wanted a nip.
We seemed to have the entire place to ourselves, as we checked in after 5 with everything taken care of before hand.
The breakfast that Friday morning was sumptuous and made to order by our gracious hostess.
I recommend the Inn as a genuine treat in a delightful historic city.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- John Taylow, architect, and one of the original signers of The Declaration of Independence, constructed this unique, upscale 18th century Inn in 1770. In the 1800’s, it served as the home of the mayor of Fredericksburg, Richard Johnston. The award winning Inn offers seven beautifully appointed guest rooms, 2 suites and caters to small, intimate weddings and other special events in our courtyard or parlors. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Richard Johnston Hotel Fredericksburg