April 15th, 2012 by debbiekeane
The 79th Historic Garden Week in Virginia, April 21-28, 2012~!
Garden Week in Williamsburg!
Every April, visitors are welcomed to more than 250 of Virginia’s most beautiful gardens, homes and historic landmarks during “America’s Largest Open House.” Historic Garden Week provides visitors a unique opportunity to see unforgettable gardens at the peak of Virginia’s springtime color, as well as beautiful houses sparkling with fabulous flower arrangements.
Come and enjoy the Day on Tuesday 4/24 when the garden tour is in Williamsburg!
This $30 ticket includes admittance to eight homes and gardens featured, transportation throughout the Historic Area and an escorted Walking Tour. Nancy Hugo, author of Remarkable Trees of Virginia, will be available to answer questions. Civil War properties in the Colonial area and on the campus of William & Mary are the focus.
For more information just click here!
Spend a night or two at A Williamsburg White House and walk to the historic sites. We will be waiting for your call.
April 11th, 2012 by debbiekeane
Mad About Chocolate.
Wonderful things are happening in Williamsburg!
Of course we can always offer a great place to stay and a town full of history but now we are offering more diverse places to visit during your stay. A new chocolate place is opening right in town and the famous Williamsburg Pottery has just been rebuilt and is open once again. When you come and visit Williamsburg, remember to stay with us at A Williamsburg White House and we will direct you to the newest hot spots in town!
Mad about Chocolate??
Marcel Desualniers, an award winning chef and author of Death by Chocolate, is opening Mad about Chocolate, a chocolate cafe featuring Marcel’s signature, over the top chocolate desserts, plus cookies, brownies, ice creams and other sweet and non sweet baked goods.
Enjoy Shopping on Vacation in Williamsburg?
A New Era for the Williamsburg Pottery is Born!
Enjoy a whole new shopping experience at Virginia’s shopping landmark! Transformed from a no-frills warehouse, the new Williamsburg Pottery combines the charm of a traditional European market town with 21st-century convenience and Southern hospitality.
- 1/2 mile of attractive new buildings
- 160,000 square feet of fabulous shopping
- 1000’s of unique new items
- Spacious new Au Bon Pain café bakery
March 25th, 2012 by debbiekeane
Spring in Williamsburg
One of the most beautiful times in Williamsburg is Spring. Flowers abound, trees in bloom, green grass at it’s best.
Come and enjoy the spring splendor while getting away from the everyday stress.
Enjoy 2 nights in the room of your choice, enjoy lunch at a Colonial Tavern and the two of you will enjoy tickets to admission to Colonial Williamsburg when you purchase our Spring Getaway Package.
What better way to welcome the great weather than to stay in a Century Old Estate, snuggle under a down comforter, indulge in a delicious homemade breakfast and then walk down the tree lined street to the Historic Area.
For more information please view our special page, just click here!
February 20th, 2012 by debbiekeane
Stay with that someone special in the room of your choice and enjoy a bottle of wine, delicious chocolates and dinner. See Details.
January 8th, 2012 by debbiekeane
Come, escape and unplug this Winter in Colonial Williamsburg. Stay 2 nights in the room of your choice, enjoy passes to Colonial Williamsburg and lunch at a Colonial Tavern during your stay.
Included in this package is the following:
- Stay 2 nights in the room of your choice
- Enjoy a full breakfast each morning
- Complimentary afternoon wine and baked good.
- 2 Tickets to Colonial Williamsburg for the length of your stay
- Lunch at a Colonial Tavern during your stay.
Packages start at $360 plus tax and vary according to the room you choose.
Valid until March 21, 2013
Click here to see whats available!
November 22nd, 2011 by debbiekeane
- A Winter Wonderland!
A Romantic Winter Getaway in Williamsburg, Va.
As the colder weather approaches, and the holidays are right around the corner, why not start to think about an after holiday getaway. January and February are beautiful in Williamsburg. The crowds are gone, the school trip groups are non existent and the town echoes peace and serenity. Colonial Williamsburg is open 365 days a year and you can still enjoy a delicious dinner at a
Colonial Tavern. Special discount tickets are usually offered for Winter dates toward the end of the year so watch the Colonial Williamsburg website for any specials. We offer winter rates for our guests yet they still enjoy all the amenities that the Inn offers. Jamestown and Yorktown are also open and offer winter tours.
Our Fireplaces are roaring in the winter, the down comforters are on the beds and a full breakfast is ready every morning. Come and enjoy a romantic winter getaway in Williamsburg after the holidays!
A Williamsburg White House Inn
August 20th, 2011 by debbiekeane
- Autumn in Williamsburg
Autumn is our favorite time of the year in Williamsburg. As the leaves change color and the skies stay blue, the cool crisp air takes over and allows us to enjoy Historic Williamsburg at its best. So many events are happening in the fall. Start with the Scottish Festival, or the Italian Festival. Maybe Art is more your thing? Come and enjoy the Occasions for the Arts which is now a 2 day event right down the street in Merchant Square. Farmers Markets on Saturday mornings or evening concerts in Colonial Williamsburg. Whether you are here for History or just relax and getaway, Autumn is a popular time to visit this beautiful Old Town. Enjoy fine dining in some of Merchant Square’s wonderful restaurants, sip a glass of wine as you enjoy a cheese platter from the Cheese Shop or enjoy the Blue Talon Bistro for a unique bistro meal. Staying at A Williamsburg White House affords you the opportunity to walk to Merchant Square and the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area while enjoying the comforts of home. Stay in the room of your choice and enjoy a full complimentary breakfast before you walk down the street to enjoy some shopping or a great ole carriage ride down one of America’s prettiest streets. We recommend reservations early as fall fills quickly. We hope you come and enjoy our beautiful town before the holiday rush!
A Williamsburg White House Inn
718 Jamestown Road
May 29th, 2011 by debbiekeane
Happy Fathers Day!
We all have that special dad that we never know what to buy…A Tie? A Book? A New tool?
Why not try a trip to Williamsburg? Whether he is a history lover or not, Williamsburg Va is a great place for Dads. Enjoy walking through the historic area and meeting the blacksmith or the shoemaker or maybe even Thomas Jefferson. Stop at the Book Store and grab a good book to take home. Enjoy lunch and a nice cold drink on the patio at the Cheese Shop. Spend the night in a Presidential Suite and enjoy a port in the JFK Library as he starts his book! If he has time, he can enjoy a round of golf in one of Williamsburg many golf courses. With our busy schedules, it might not be possible to drop everything and get away for Fathers Day Weekend, so buy him a gift certificate for a future stay. What better gift can you buy for dad than more Memories!! Just call us at 866-229-8580 or visit our website
May 3rd, 2011 by debbiekeane
Happy Mothers Day!
Wondering what to do for Mothers Day?
Does your Mom need a much needed vacation?
Williamsburg is a wonderful place to send your Mom for a relaxing time with lots of pampering. If you mom enjoys the pampering of a spa day, there are several spas in the area to make her feel like a Queen. Maybe a round of golf at one of Williamsburg’s premiere golf courses. Shopping is always a favorite of moms and whether she enjoys small boutique shops or large outlet malls we can offer both, some within walking distance!
Of course lets not forget to feed mom…Great fine dining right down the street at the Fat Canary or a Colonial Tavern for some authentic Colonial Food and Fare.
Stay the night at a lovely bed and breakfast where she can enjoy a full breakfast in the morning and a relaxing afternoon just reading a good book in the garden. If Mom cannot get away on Mothers Day, just order her a gift certificate and she can visit when it is convenient for her.
To all of our Mothers out there, have a safe, happy and healthy Mothers Day from A Williamsburg White House Inn!
Debbie and John Keane
A Williamsburg White House Inn
April 26th, 2011 by debbiekeane
Williamsburg Shopping in Merchant Square
Williamsburg is well know for its History but did you know shopping in Williamsburg is one of the most popular thing to do in 2010? With a variety of shopping options, you are sure to find what you are looking for. A diversity of shops can be found in Merchant Square. From Williams Sonoma to unique boutique shops like G.Bates, you can spend the afternoon shopping for that special gift, outfit, kitchen accessory or homemade candies right down the street. Take a break from shopping and enjoy a desert and wine outside on the patio at the Trellis Restaurant or grab a sandwich and sit outside at the Cheese Shop. Colonial Shops can be found right down the street where you will find Colonial Wear, household items and unique toys, foods and apparel.
If you prefer the more modern name brand stores, head up the street about 4 miles and you will find the Williamsburg Premium Outlets. With over 135 stores you are sure to find a bargain waiting for you every day of the year.
After a long day of shopping, come back to A Williamsburg White House Inn, enjoy afternoon snacks and wine, a beautifully appointed room and a full complimentary breakfast.