Virginia B & Bs in the Fall

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Blue Ridge Mountains Shenandoah ValleyVirginia B & B's offer a wide range of fun activities to do in the fall. From the Shenandoah Valley to the Eastern Shore of Virginia, all you have to do is decide where you want to go! If you're looking for color, you'll want to spend some time in the Shenandoah Valley. In October, the trees are usually at their┬ápeak by the middle of the month. It's a lush array of Mother Nature's handiwork broad stroked with vibrant color. Thornrose House at Gypsy Hill is an excellent bed and breakfast inn to enjoy. As is the Inn at Old Virginia. To the east of Staunton, there's also the Iris Inn. All three b & b's offer their own personality and style. Take your pick!  

Virginia B & B's for History Lovers

For history lovers, you want to head to Williamsburg and the surrounding area. Colonial Williamsburg, or CW, has days and days of activities for you to enjoy. Explore art museums, take a carriage

Virginia B & B's the cedars

ride, or take the kids to Peyton Randolph Yard to see the lifestyle of the 18th century. There are plenty of play dates to choose from, and the kids will have so much fun! There are also plenty of seasonal events, so check the CW website for details. And what better place to stay than at the Cedars of Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast! It's the oldest and largest b & b in Williamsburg. The Cedars was built in the 1930's during the Williamsburg reconstruction with careful attention to the Colonial Williamsburg historical detail. Or choose the Marl Inn in Yorktown. You'll be pleased with either choice!

Chesapeake Bay Virginia B & B Retreats

If you love the water, head for the Chesapeake Bay area. Fall at the Bay is a relaxing and rejuvenating time! You'll find the usual welcoming Virginia bed and breakfast hospitality. We recommend the Fig Street Inn or Bay Haven Inn at Cape Charles. Both of these fine inns offer more than the creature comforts of home. That's why people love them! When it comes to fall getaways, think Virginia first!


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