Back INN Time

445 Irvington Road, Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482
Innkeeper(s): John & Lisette Raymond
 

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction

    Back INN Time - Kilmarnock, Virginia

     

    Back INN Time is located in the heart of the Northern Neck, situated between Kilmarnock and Irvington, which provides our guests with a wide variety of activities with some of the best museums and historic sites in the US such as Historic Christ Church (ca. 1732), Mary Ball Washington Museum, St. Mary White Chapel (ca. 1669). Enjoy bird watching, nature trails, the best golfing in Virginia, excursions to Tangier and Smith Islands and fishing or daytrips on The Chesapeake Bay. Take a short walk or catch The Trolley to Kilmarnock to visit the museum, stop at the many antique shops, restaurants and gift stores.
     


    Upon arrival, join us for afternoon tea and crumpets which are served at 4 p.m.on the glass in the veranda or in the parlor in front of a warm fireplace. We offer yesterday's atmosphere with all the modern conveniences of today.

    Morning brings the aroma of fresh ground coffee and a gourmet breakfast which may include quiche, fritatta, warm muffins, ham, waffles or our specialty "Back INN Time Sticky Buns" made with real maple syrup.

     



    Back INN Time, an early 1908 Southern Manor, is set back from Irvington Road and is surrounded by an assortment of old and new trees and plants featuring old English Boxwood, azalea, a wisteria pergola, herb and flowering gardens and over forty rose bushes covering two acres in the Heart of The Northern Neck of Virginia. The manor has warm (original) wood flooring, nine foot ceilings and oversized windows which allow abundant natural light throughout the home.

     

     

    Enjoy the 1908 Southern Style Manor house which sits back from the street, surrounded by and assortment of old and new trees and plants, featuring boxwood, azaleas, a wisteria gazebo and over 40 rose bushes on two acres of land in the Heart of The Northern Neck of Virginia.

  • Location

    Back INN Time is located in Kilmarnock, Va., about three (3) hours from Washington DC.  about one (1) hour from Richmond and 1 1/2 hours from Norfolk.

    Directions from Washington and Baltimore: Take I-95 South to exit #126 to US 17 South to Tappahannock.  At the second stoplight in Tappahannock turm left on Route 360 East. Cross the Rappahannock River Brigde  to Warsaw.  After passing through the village, bear right onto Route 3 East to Kilmarnock.  At the fifth stoplight turn right on Irvington Rd. continue for 1/2 mile,  you'll see Back INN Time sign on left.

    From Richmond: Take I-64 East to exit #220 for Route 33 East through West Point, after ten miles you'll crest a hill, and come to a stoplight, turn left, staying on Route 33/US17 North (for 2 miles) the you will bear right into Saluda,  staying on Route 33 East for seven miles, turn left on Route 3 West and  cross the Rappahannock River Bridge  to White Stone.Stay on Route 3 into Kilmarnock.  At the first stoplight turn left on Irvington Rd (Route 200 South) continue for 1/2 mile, you'll see  Back INN Time sign on the left.

    From Norfolk: Take I-64 West to exit #258 for US 17 North to Gloucester turn right onto Route 3, stay on Route 3 West and cross  the Rappahannock River Brigde to White Stone, continue on Route 3 into Kilmarnock.  At the first stoplight turn left on Irvington Rd.(Route 200 South) continue for 1/2 mile you'll see Back INN Time  sign on left.

  • Attractions

    Local  Attractions

    • Historic Christ Church
    • Mary Ball Washington Museum
    • St. Mary's White Chapel
    • Historic homes
    • Antique Shops
    • Art Galleries
    • Fishing Charters
    • Gourmet/Fine Restaurants
    • Tartan Golf Club
    • Kilmarnock Crab Festival
    • National and State Parks
    • Performing Theatre
    • Urbana Oyster Festival
    • Garden Tours
    • Bird Watching and Nature Trails
    • Tangier and Smith Island 

    Area Attractions

    • Historic Williamsburg
    • Jamestown
    • Bush Gardens
    • Battlegrounds at Yorktown        
    • Museums
    • Stratford Hall