Had a wonderful time. The inn was clean and comfortable. There is a restaurant in the basement that has excellent meals. The staff was friendly and helpful. The location is really close to historic battle fields. Will be going there again.
Situated close to several shopping/eating malls. We were able to walk to a restaurant for a light dinner.
Also had a very pleasant breakfast in a lovely, large dining room. Generally the complimentary breakfast rooms are very simple.....a few tables which fill up very quickly. These accommodations were far above the usual.
The colonial past thrives in Fredericksburg and Spotsylvannia and Stafford counties. Visitors can tour George Washington’s boyhood home at Ferry Farm, site of the myth of Washington and the cherry tree. Heavily damaged in the Civil War, Spotsylvannia’s Old Courthouse has county records from 1720. The United States National Slavery Museum marks a shameful chapter in American history.