The Aldrich House was built in 1986 in the style of a Colonial Saltbox home and is decorated in an 18th-century fashion. Our home is a perfect mix of current day luxuries and historic charm with spacious rooms and private baths. Our unpretentious atmosphere allows you to feel right at home. Paintings of our forefathers and historic papers and happenings enhance your experience of being in Colonial Williamsburg and helps you learn more about this country of ours. A full breakfast, served family style, consists of a fresh fruit salad, eggs, pancakes, waffles, or oven-baked french toast, a breakfast meat, orange juice, coffee and hot tea and sometimes country sausage gravy and biscuits. Our guests think our proximity to Colonial Williamsburg is perfect(a very easy walk). Come enjoy our home for your trip back into history or to just get away and relax.
4.4 on July 25, 2016
Aldrich house is a small, but very well run, bed and breakfast in close walking distance to historic Williamsburg. Not an old house, but very pleasant and well furnished. Absolutely great breakfast!
5 on July 23, 2016
For three days and nights, we were pampered royally by Tom and Sue Patton. Their home said "Colonial Williamsburg" without feeling like a museum; it and they welcomed us in. Our room was a comfortable size with ample space for our belongs, a very comfortable bed and pillows, privacy and quiet. Like all of the home, the bathroom was spotless. Tom not only worked his magic in the kitchen but blew us away with his knowledge of Jamestown and Yorktown during our private tour with him. It is located very close to Colonial Williamsburg and the Pattons made sure we knew the best places to park, the exhibits to be sure to visit, and recommendations for dinner when we asked. Had time permitted, we could have easily stayed a week with them. We didn't just hit "Outstanding"; we mean it.
5 on July 16, 2016
On July 12, 2016 we had the pleasure of spending one night in the Lewis Room at the Aldrich House B&B. We were staying there because it was conviently located near Colonial Williamsburg, which we planned to visit. The house had a very comfortable and warm feeling. We met Tom and Sue and had a pleasant chat with them during a delicious breakfast.
5 on July 05, 2016
Conveniently located, beautiful rooms and house, free parking, hosts were very helpful and knowledgeable, outstanding breakfast, it was just perfect in every way. l
4.4 on June 20, 2016
It was an excellent stay of 5 days. The hosts are very helpful and the breakfasts are delicious. The house is an easy stroll to colonial Williamsburg. We woul certainly return.
4.2 on May 08, 2016
Tom provided and excellent breakfast and very pleasant company. Our room was comfortable, and the experience very homey. The ability to walk to nearby Colonial Williamsburg made this a good place to stay.
5 on May 04, 2016
My husband and I had a "mini" vacation, it was his first time at a B&B and he really enjoyed it. We had a great meal every morning and spent the rest of the day walking around Williamsburg. We look forward to going back again in the near future. Sue and Tom were wonderful hosts!
4.8 on May 02, 2016
Excellent B&B, welcoming host, superb breakfast. Only thing we needed was an in-room tea & coffee maker.
5 on April 23, 2016
We have stayed with Tom and Sue many times and each time have been made to feel like old friends. We have stayed in each of the three rooms and found them all to be excellent. The Aldrich house is very family friendly and we have brought two of our grand children with us and they also enjoyed their stay. The breakfast is the best we have had at any bed and breakfast. We also like that the Colonial Village is within walking distance. We plan to return again.
4.2 on April 21, 2016
The innkeeper, Tom Patton, is steeped the history of Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. His tours vastly exceed in depth and interest any other tours I have experienced. He willingly shares his vast expertise at the breakfast table, even if you don't take his tours. He is actively engaged in the various organizations supporting preservation, historical research and archaeology in the "historic triangle". We couldn't have chosen a better place to stay!
The Patton room is popular with couples looking for a romantic atmosphere and is also enjoyed by anyone who loves to soak in a whirlpool tub after a full day of walking and exploring Colonial Williamsburg. It is located on the first floor and is quite roomy. It is decorated in an "Olde Jamestowne" theme and furnished with a kingsize antique Italian bedroom suite featuring blue/gray marble. It has a large private master bath with double sinks, a whirlpool tub and a separate shower. Perfect for your honeymoon or anniversary or to just relax. "Very Cozy"
Nightly Rate: $100 - $140
The Lewis Room is very comfortable and pleasing to the eye. It is located on the second floor and has a queensize four poster mahogany bed, an oversized antique chair and an antique chest of drawers. This room features pictures of Yorktown and has oriental accents. It also has a full private bath and receives the most sun of any room in the house.
Nightly Rate: $100 - $125
This room is huge and perfect for a family or small group travelling together. It is located on the second floor and is furnished with two kingsize beds and a hideaway alcove. It is decorated to reflect the elegance of Williamsburg. Complementing this room is a candle-lit hearth, sitting area and a full private bath. Many couples have requested this room and have loved it's spaciousness. You will have the comforts of home nestled into one comfortable room.
Nightly Rate: $100 - $140
Busch Gardens, Water Country USA, Historic Jamestown, Jamestown Settlement, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, Airport, City, Downtown, Small town, Wine country
Newport News, VA (PHF-Newport News Williamsburg Intl.) 15 miles
Arriving from the North: Take I-64 East to Exit 238 towards Williamsburg. This exit will put you on Rt. 143. Follow Rt. 143 for about 1 mile, stay straight and the road will turn into Rt. 60 East & Rt. 5 West (Yes, the signs state East & West). The speed will slow down to 25 mph (pay attention because police will be looking for you). You will go through a traffic light at 2nd Street (stay in the right hand lane). When you go through this traffic light you will see a small bridge ahead, just before the bridge you turn right on Capitol Court. The Aldrich House B&B is the 3rd house on the right in the cul-de-sac. Arriving from the South: Take I-64 West to Exit 242 and head west on Route 199. Stay to the right and take the second exit to Route 60 West. Proceed on Route 60 West to the first traffic light and make a right onto Page Street (Rt. 5 & 31 East). After going across the small bridge make the immediate left onto Capitol Court. The Aldrich House B&B is the 3rd house on the right in the cul-de-sac.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Golf Courses, Tennis Areas, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
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Fireplace, Library, Piano, TV Video games, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Access to all activities are very close to us, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
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