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Virginia is so rich in history, and both locals and innkeepers are eager to share their Virginia Vacation ideas with you. Look forward to personalized tours and itineraries, historic meals, and complimentary guidebooks from one of the visitor centers. Best of all, anticipate fascinating conversations and local tidbits from these Virginia Bed and Breakfast innkeepers.
Virginia's rich history shines from Colonial Virginia, including places like Yorktown, Jamestown, and Williamsburg, the first capital of Virginia - to Richmond, the present Capital City. The entire state offers exciting activities from the mountains to the sea shore (Virginia enjoys 112 miles of sea coast and 3,315 miles of shoreline). The Appalachian Mountains, Shenandoah Valley, Eastern Shore, Back Bay, National Forests, Great Falls Park, the rapids of the James River.... There is no shortage of outdoor recreation in Virginia.
Planning a Winter Virginia Vacation? We've got your back. Virginia is one of the coolest winter destinations on the East Coast, but with mountain inns, nearly 150 wineries, and whale watching getaways, travelers with a passion for wine, snow, luxury and natural wonders are kept entertained. Virginia winters can be mild and sunny or cold and snowy, whatever the weather, your Virginia Bed and Breakfasts innkeepers make winter a special time for guests.
We invite you to experience Virginia hospitality at its finest and hope when you plan your Virginia Vacation you will choose one of our 'inspected and approved' member inns.
As you visit our member B & B inns, be sure to discover some of the wonderful attractions and local events of our state. Your host innkeepers will gladly provide you with more information along with directions to other various points of interest in their regions.