Inn At The Olde Silk Mill, located in downtown Fredericksburg offers Antique appointed rooms, Victorian atmosphere and old town charm. Most Historic landmarks are within walking distance. Enjoy area activities such as horse and carriage rides, trolley tours and walking or ghost tours. Free internet and continental breakfast. Mention this website and receive 10% discount. All-inclusive Wedding Venue for Ceremony, Reception & Lodging. Check out our website for more details! 1800's Silk Mill, 4,000 sq ft to accommodate Weddings and Events
Our Queen Royal Suite is located on the First floor with a private entrance and Off-Street Parking. Suite is furnished with elaborate Victorian furniture with a Queen Pillow Top Mattress, Refrigerator, Cable TV, Free Wireless Internet and Complimentary Continental Breakfast.
Nightly Rate: $139-$139
Antique Appointed Guest Room, Two rooms: First room with a Queen bed and Second room with a Parlor area (Sitting Room), Both rooms are joined by a Private Bath. TV, Telephone & Refrigerator, Free Wireless Internet and Continental Breakfast.
Antique Appointed Guest Room, Private Bath, Cable TV, Telephone & Refrigerator, Free Wireless Internet, Complimentary Continental Breakfast.
Nightly Rate: $99-$99
Antique Appointed Guest Room, Private Bath, TV, Telephone & Refrigerator, Wireless Internet, Continental Breakfast. This Family suite consists of 2 rooms: First room with 1 Queen bed, Second room with 2 Twin beds. Both rooms are joined by the Private bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $149-$149
Antique Appointed Guest Room: Two Rooms- Each consisting of One Queen Bed- Both rooms are joined by the Private Bath. Includes TV, Telephone & Refrigerator, Wireless Internet, Continental Breakfast.
Antique Appointed Guest Room with Private Entrance and King Bed, Private Bath, TV, Telephone & Refrigerator, Wireless Internet, Continental Breakfast.
3.0 on September 02, 2014
The Inn At the Olde Silk Mill is a very welcoming place to stay. The common areas are very nicely decorated and there a several different common areas to gather with other travelers in your party. The day person at the front desk was much more informative and welcoming than the evening staff person. The continental breakfast is adequate eating and running and situated in a nice common dining room...we chose not to eat the breakfast as we were looking for a nice brunch dining experience which we found in town. Although our room was nicely decourated there was an odd smell to it (sort of like a rancid oil smell that we also noticed at the restaurant down the street which makes us wonder if there is not something located in that part of town that has a smell that permeates that area) ...when I requested a different room even though there were plenty of empty rooms the evening person did not seem equipped to make it happen.
4.0 on February 17, 2012
The only problem we encountered is waiting for the hot water. We realize this is an old inn and the pipes are very old. Other than that, the stay was very pleasent and the town is very interesting and historical. We will definetily consider staying there again.
4.6 on January 02, 2012
a big thank you to ed and his staff. we spent new years eve there and attended the dance in the mill and had a great time. the band was great, a good choice ed. everyone went out of their way to make our stay comfortable. the best kept secret in fredricksburg. if you are looking for a comfortable place, clean, and friendly staff, this is the place. yes it's been there a while, but the inside is beautiful and what they have done with the old mill is unbelievable. great new years eve party, beyond our expectations. we will return for more events and stays. again ed and staff, thank you all so much for a great time and stay..you are the best. steve snead charlottesville, va.
2.8 on November 28, 2011
A charming B&B it isn't, but it's an OK place to stay. Be aware that bedandbreakfast.com charges a hefty commission vs what the B&B charges.
There is a commission rate paid to BedandBreakfast.com when a reservation is made through their website. I did over hear from the front desk staff that this guest was a little disgrunted about the rate he paid was slightly higher then what he found on our website. I do wish I would of had the opportunity to discuss this matter and perhaps offer a discount. The bed and breakfast website is a very convenient, relialbe site. However, if the guest is not satisfied with the agreed upon rate at reservation time or check in, then would be a good time to dispute. I understand that feeling like you have been overcharged does not set you up for a positive visit. You are welcome to return and inquire about our AAA, Military, repeat customer and other discounts.
3.8 on November 21, 2011
The pictures make all the rooms look a big bigger than they really are. I wasn't dissatsified but just expected a bigger room. It was a nice, clean, and comfortable room that we love. Everyone was very nice and accomodating (sp?). We had a great time and will definintely being going back.
4.2 on June 16, 2011
My husband and I recently stayed at the inn and were delighted with our experience. This was our first time at a 'bed and breakfast' type of lodging and we weren't sure quite what to expect. Anna was a lovely hostess and very knowledgeable about the area. Nancy, the housekeeper, was a sweetheart. Our room, although not the one I originally chose, was like "sleeping in grandma's bedroom,'( the room with the bed in front of the three windows) turned out to be a great choice for us. We both agreed that we had three of the best nights of sleep we had had in a long time. If I were to change anything, it would probably just be to offer home baked goodies instead of tinned cookies, but that is a very minor point. We plan on visiting the Inn again when we're in the area and would certainly recommend it to others.
4.2 on May 09, 2011
The second we arrived at The Inn At The Olde Silk Mill, we were graciously greeted by the Innkeeper's beaming smile and warmth. She was extremely hospitable, welcoming and helpful in suggesting all of the must-do's in Fredericksburg. (We would in turn even run into her later on that evening at one of the local pubs!) We stayed in the charming King George Suite, which was tastefully decorated in beautiful rich tones and exuded a definite sense of regalness and class. The suite was exceptionally clean and the bed was by far one of the most comfortable and "heavenly" sleep experiences that I have ever enjoyed. My only area of noting was the continental breakfast, which featured your standard fruits, bagels, cereals, danishes and beverages - all consumed off of styrofoam kitchenware. So, while the breakfast was nothing to write home about, overall, we had a very lovely and relaxing stay at The Inn!
3.2 on February 21, 2011
The Inn was beautiful as we expected and the staff was extremely knowledgeable about it's history as well as the area.
4.2 on January 24, 2011
The staff was warm and friendly. They recommended local places to visit. Our room was beautiful but the only glitch was the thermostat cover was missing.
4.2 on November 09, 2010
Very pleasant hotel, nice lounge to sit and talk with your friends or other guests and a magnificent staircase in the main lobby. No lift, however, so remember to pack lightly! The staff were most helpful and informative about the Hotel and things within walking distance. There were many leaflets and books in the small lounge which told you all about the American Civil War and where the many battles were fought in the area, one in the town of Fredricksburg itself. I loved the George Washington impression given by the hotel owner and his proclamation at breakfast, added a personal fun touch to a friendly hotel. I also liked the fact that if you were a bit late for breakfast, there was not that "hurry up" feel about the service. That added to the charm for me as being punctual mars the holiday for me. An old building which retains the charm of the Old American look. The Floors are wooden which means no sneaking in quietly after lights out! I had a peek around some of my friends' rooms and was pleased to note that each was different. Some large double tester beds, four posters, twin beds, all with lovely lace curtains and that Old South feel. They had the old 60's phones in the rooms, but I am not sure if they worked. Ours was not plugged in and I had not the need to test it out. To see the rooms, please do look at the website as they have all the information there and much better pictures than I could take. I would definitely stay again.
Richmond, VA (RIC)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Civil War Battlefields, Washington Family History, Riverboat Cruises, Ghost Tours, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Historic Inn
CD player, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Fireplace, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Walking distance to Downtown Fredericksburg, Silk Mill Wedding Venue (300 people), Gift Shop, Conference Room ( 50 people), Free Fresh Continential Breakfast, Children welcome / Handicapped access
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi