Bentley Manor Inn
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Bentley Manor Inn is a charming classic brick colonial in the heart of historic Williamsburg, adjacent to the College of William and Mary. Our location - in a quiet and convenient setting, surrounded by gardens - offers a leisurely stroll to Colonial Williamsburg and Merchant Square. A short drive away you will find yourself amid the attractions of Jamestown and Yorktown, along with Busch Gardens. Capture the timeless essence of Colonial Williamsburg with an unforgettable stay at the Bentley Manor Inn!
Bentley Manor Inn is Williamsburg's newest Bed and Breakfast, having been extensively renovated in the spring and early summer of 2007.
The Inn now combines traditional decor and craftsmanship, with the modern conveniences that guests have come to expect. The gathering room - with Georgian fireplace and plantation shutters, as well as comfortable furnishings and antiques - provides equal opportunity for both quiet relaxation and socializing. Guest chambers offer light, airy rooms, with private baths - for relaxing and reflecting on the day's activities.
In the morning, indulge yourself with a generous country breakfast, served by candlelight in the formal dining room. Breakfast includes your choice of entree, fresh fruit and yogurt, juices, coffee, and teas. To afford you a leisurely stay, breakfast is served between 8:30 and 9:30 AM. Every afternoon, after a full day of exploration and new discoveries, relax and enjoy light refreshments in the gathering room... where you might just find a new friend!
Colonial Williamsburg, the birthplace of the United States and the nation's largest living history museum, has been carefully reconstructed and restored to reflect all its 18th-century glory. Experience historical reenactments, including domestic crafts, agriculture, trade, and government.
All guest rooms bestow visitors with:
Second floor accommodations
Queen sized beds
Freshly pressed linens
Private tiled baths
Flat panel cable televisions
Wireless internet connection
Gift certificates are available year round! Please contact us to order!
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Operates the world’s largest living history museum in Williamsburg, Virginia – the restored 18th-century capital of Britain’s largest, wealthiest, and most populous outpost of empire in the New World.
Williamsburg Convention and Visitors Bureau
This site is sponsored by the Williamsburg Area Destination Marketing Committee (WADMC). Founded in 2004, WADMC was created by the state of Virginia to represent and promote the Historic Triangle area (which includes all of the City of Williamsburg and the Counties of James City and York), as an overnight tourism destination.
How To Find Us
From Points North:
Take I-95 South. Approx. 15 miles north of Richmond, take I-295 East towards Williamsburg, Norfolk, and Newport News. Exit at I-64 East.
From Points South:
Take I-95 North towards Richmond, VA. Exit onto I-64 East in Richmond, VA.
From I-64 East:
Take exit 238 (Colonial Williamsburg/Route 143) and proceed approximately one-half mile and make right hand turn onto Route 132 South. Pass through the Route 60 Bypass Road intersection and cross over the railroad tracks. Turn right at the stoplight at Lafayette Street. Proceed approximately one-half mile and turn left onto Harrison Ave. Proceed two blocks and turn right onto Richmond Road. Proceed two blocks and turn left onto Brooks Street (Suter's Handcrafted Furniture on corner) and go one block - Bentley Manor Inn will be on your left on College Terrace. Please pull up in front of Inn (College Terrace).