A Boxwood Inn of Williamsburg

708 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Innkeeper(s): Steve and Sandi Zareski, Owners ands
  • Introduction

    Designed to capture your heart, the extensively renovated 1928 Bed & Breakfast is the perfect tranquil getaway...

    ... and features luxurious king/queen beds, pristine private baths, whirlpool tubs, in-room fireplaces and a bright, spacious sun room!

    '2008 and 2009 Best of Williamsburg Award’ from U.S. Local Business Association
    Winner of 'City of Williamsburg Beautification Award 2005/2006'
    'Williamsburg Area Council of Garden Clubs Commendation Award 2002 and 2006'
    Nominated for 'City of Williamsburg Beautification Award in 2000 and 2003'

    Entrance HallSee what guests are saying about Boxwood Inn of Williamsburg...

    "If Heaven looks like this place, please book me a room." - Switzerland

    "This place is meticulous - inside and outside. I am going to recommend your house be put on the garden tour." - New Jersey

    "This is the best B&B we have ever stayed in...all the way down to your posh towels." - New Hampshire

    Gift Certificates Available!

    Located in the Architectural Preservation District within walking distance of Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William & Mary .

    Garden lovers will marvel at the award-winning, perennial gardens that abound. Relax on the back porch, which has been called "the nicest porch in Williamsburg."

    We extend our warmth and hospitality as you relax in our parlor, sun room, reading room or back porch. Sit by the fireplace, engage the company of friends, or just enjoy a romantic getaway. A scrumptious hot breakfast is served each morning on a magnificent 9-foot, cherry Shaker farm table. Private off-street parking is available.

    Our comfortable rooms are decorated with tasteful Colonial Williamsburg colors and are enhanced with rich cherry and mahogany furnishings. Each bed is adorned with luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linens. The rooms are named after United States Presidents who attended the College of William and Mary and feature king/queen beds, hardwood floors, Oriental rugs, cable TVs, clock radios/CD players, and private baths--two with whirlpool tubs. The newly renovated, pristine bathrooms highlight all of the modern conveniences, yet each bath maintains its own unique look with features like custom cabinetry accented with marble tops.

    The Williamsburg area offers an abundance of activities, events and sights of interest...
    • Virginia's Historic Triangle - Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown
    • Busch Gardens
    • Shopping
    • Outlet Malls
    • Merchants Square
    • Pottery Factory
    • Village Shops at Kingsmill
    • Williamsburg Antique Mall
    • College of William and Mary
    • Carter's Grove Plantation on the James River
    • Sherwood Forest Plantation (former home of President John Tyler)
    • DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
    • Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
    • The Muscarelle paintings at the College of William and Mary
    • Music Theatre of Williamsburg
    • Williamsburg Winery
    • Championship Golf Courses including Kingsmill on the James, Golden Horseshoe, Ford's Colony, and Colonial
    • Restaurants

     

  • Award-winning Perennial Gardens

     

  • Photo Gallery

    A Boxwood Inn Bed & Breakfast - Williamsburg, Virginia Front Porch
    Parlor
    Reading Room Parlor

     

    Reading Room
  • How to Find Us

    A Warm Welcome Awaits YouFrom I-64. Take exit 238 (Route 143) and go one-half mile. Turn right on Route 132 South. Pass through the Route 60 By-pass intersection. Cross over the railroad tracks. Turn right at the stoplight at Lafayette Street. Go approximately 0.4 miles and turn left onto Harrison Avenue. Proceed two blocks and turn right onto Richmond Road. Go two blocks. Boxwood Inn is on the left at 708 Richmond Road.

    Planning a Weekend Getaway or a Staycation?
    Our Williamsburg B&B is within driving distance of the following cities:

    Washington, DC ... approximately a 2 1/2 hour drive
    Alexandria, VA ... approximately a 2 hour drive
    Fredericksburg, VA ... approximately a 1 1/2 hour drive
    Richmond, VA ... approximately a 45 minute drive
    Charlottesville, VA ... approximately a 2 hour drive
    Newport News, VA ... approximately a 20 minute drive
    Virginia Beach, VA ... approximately a 1 hour drive

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