Beautiful and well maintained historic home located near old town Fredericksburg. The jacuzzi tub was a welcome feature, the fresh breakfast was delicious. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, wished it could have been longer.
"This was among the best experiances we have had."
We happened to get a handicap enabled room, that was reasonably priced. The bathroom was loaded with grab-bars which were appreciated by my wife. Her shower with the fold-down seat was very relaxing. The TV worked great and the channel card was very helpful.
We enjoyed our dinner in the restaurant. It was reasonably priced and well sized.
The free WSJs were a nice touch, and the employees were friendly and helpful.
The elevators were well sized, in good condition and rapid.
The hotel location was close to I-95 and easy to get to and from, and presented a good appearance.
Traveller from Ohio
A stay at Hilton Garden Inn Fredericksburg hotel offers an authentic and entertaining look at our nation*s Colonial …More
When all you need is shelter from the weather, a secure place to sleep, and nothing else, then Motel 6 meets the needs. Why spend a lot of money to get mediocre coffee made in a tiny coffee maker? Why spend more money for some lavish oatmeal soap scented with some outlandish perfume that you will use once? If you don't need a mini-fridge, or a microwave, or note pads, or other fancy doo dads, you shouldn't spend extra money to have them.
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.