Discover Williamsburg, Va…

Step Back in Time and enjoy the rich experience of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown. Browse the Unique shops of Merchant Square, explore and indulge in the areas local Breweries and Taverns, winery’s and Pubs. Treat yourself to dozens of fine restaurants after a full day of Hiking or Busch Gardens. Your opportunities are endless….
As it leaps from the pages of books to the streets and Battlefields, settlements and villages of time long ago, Re-enactors bring to life our past.

World Class museums and archeological digs, sailing ships and revolutionarys are but a small sampling of your time spent…

”So come, history loves Company!”

Experience History A Williamsburg White House Inn, Williamsburg Virginia

Experience History

Eat ,Drink, Be Merry! A Williamsburg White House BB, Virginia

Eat ,Drink, Be Merry!

*Photo credits: ED Ellington
A Crisp Chardonnay on your stroll to see Jefferson.

A Tavern Ale amongst new Patriot Friends…

An Evening carriage ride after a fabulous dinner.

Wineries, Distilleries, Breweries and Tasting Trails, all to entice your taste buds throughout your visit.

Honestly, the Queen of England and 42 US Presidents have sampled our Areas Cuisine..

“You might actually want to extend your stay”

Home to Championship golf, public always welcome, miles upon miles of biking and hiking trails, more than a dozen Civil War Battlefields, World Class Museums and, Oh Yes, one of America’s most Beautiful Amusement Parks, Busch Gardens…

Adventure Awaits

Explore the Outdoors A Williamsburg White House, Williamsburg, VA

Explore the Outdoors

Williams and Mary College in Colonial Williamsburg, A Williamsburg White House BB, Virginia

The College of William and Mary

The Second Oldest College in the Country, located directly across the street, offers a world class education to over 6500 students. From the Admissions office just a few blocks down the road to the breathtaking Mason School of Business just a hop across the street, you can enjoy the beautiful campus which includes the famous Crimdell Bridge, site of may proposals and wedding photos. As tales tell, Playboy once rated Crim Dell as the second most romantic spot on a college campus in America.

Lovely stay!

“We spent 2 days at A White House in Williamsburg, VA, with our daughter’s in-laws. John and Debbie are excellent hosts; the accommodations were cozy and spotless; the breakfast was delicious; recommendations for local restaurants were spot-on. We had a very pleasant visit, and we can assure others that they will have a similar experience.”

Fred L.

Comfortable, fun and interesting

“We stayed in the Lincoln Suite a couple of days ago and had a wonderful experience. The room was spotlessly clean and extremely comfortable. The historic nature of the house and the presidential touches are both enjoyable and fun for anyone with a sense of humor. Breakfast was excellent and served in the beautiful dining room. We enjoyed a fascinating conversation with our host John and the other guests. Unfortunately we only stayed for one night but will definitely return. Highly recommend.”

Deborah B.

Great stay

“What a perfect weekend in a lovely home with outstanding breakfast every morning and inviting conversation with the hosts and guests. Our hosts were welcoming and we especially appreciated their sense of humor. We stayed in the Washington room and loved the setup. We were also able to walk to the colonial area with ease.”


Fabulous location

“Spotlessly clean and well maintained, superb breakfast. Debbie snd John are friendly and helpful. Would highly recommend. Situated a short walk from the main areas and restaurants. Johns map is very helpful.”

Gary Tootell


“We had a wonderful time at A Williamsburg White House. Five nights, a different yummy breakfast each morning. John and Debbie are excellent hosts, and went out of their way to make our stay pleasant. They happily accommodated my wife’s gluten-free dietary requirement. We stayed in the Washington suite, which provided a comfortable bed and a spacious sitting area. Downstairs was a nice place to connect with other guests. John was very helpful with suggestions on what to do in the area. We will visit again.”

Richard C.

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