Black Badger Inn Bed and Breakfast
Historical Williamsburg is the ideal destination spot for a long-leisurely vacation or a short relaxing weekend get-away. The Black Badger Inn offers hospitality and accommodations year round in four charming rooms each with a private bath.
Black Badger inn
is conveniently located one block off the Richmond Road in a quiet neighborhood. It is easy walking distance to Colonial Williamsburg and William and Mary College and a short drive to Jamestown, Yorktown, Charlottesville, Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, and the Norfolk/Newport News area, Williamsburg Winery, and many, many golf courses in the area.
Black Badger Inn bed and breakfast
captures the quality and essence of both the Old World and new. International in flavor, it is stylish, yet romantic; it is serene, yet full of life; it is majestic, yet cozy and extremely comfortable. Need a place to stay? Reserve your room now!
Black Badger Inn Bed and Breakfast offers year-round accommodations and a delicious breakfast here in the heart of Williamsburg in four spacious rooms, with rates of $105. From our front door, it is an easy 8-minute walk to the west entrance of the Colonial village. So park the car, sign the registry, and get back into history!
Folk Room. A very comfortable and fanciful American room. The focus of this room is the large four poster "pineapple" bed. Private Bath
Border Room. The largest room at Black Badger and full of intrigue. A border of birds follows the top of the room as well as down the corners..... Private Bath
Mennonite Room. A popular, cozy and quaint room with decor based on 1860's Mennonite quilt. Private Bath
Chocorua Room. A charming room with painted walls with bold, rich colors and stenciled with flower and paisley motifs. Private Bath
Suite. Combination of Chocorua and Border Room for upto 5.
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Rates & Availability
$105 per room per night plus local taxes. Suite rate is $160 per night plus local taxes.
Exit I-64 at exit 238 (Camp Peary/Colonial Williamsburg) heading south .5 mile to second light. Turn right at light onto Rt. 132. Proceed for approx. 1.5 miles to traffic light. Turn right on Rt. 60 (Pocohontas Trail). Continue on Rt. 60 a mile or two, getting into the left lane just before Richmond road. At third light, take a hard left onto Richmond Road down the hill. Proceed down Richmond Road and take a right turn on Brooks Street. 720 is on the left at the corner of College Terrace and Brook Street.
10% after third night.Email Owner For More Information »
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