Take yourself back in time with a retreat in one of our restored 18th and 19th century private cottages. Each cottage boasts period furnishings, wood-burning fireplaces and a unique history. The grounds host some of the most "well-preserved Civil War trenches in private hands". Bring a good book and bottle of wine to enjoy from the comfort of your porch or picnic alongside our onsite fishing pond. The optional continental-style breakfast is an additional $15 per guest and is delivered to your cabin in the morning. Conveniently located within a few miles of all local battlefields, downtown Fredericksburg and Lake Anna as well as approximately a one-hour drive to DC, Richmond and Charlottesville.
4.6 on February 19, 2015
What a fabulous place! Very unique accommodations. I keep coming back! Good access to dining off the premises.
3.8 on January 20, 2015
Overall loved it. The furnishings, decor, etc. are absolutely lovely. Clean. Excellent modern kitchen and bathroom. A really beautiful place. However, we have stayed twice now and had the same experience with it being cold, the fireplace smoking when lit/smoke alarms going off, and an inability to close the flue in the bedroom fireplace (we didn't want to use the fireplace and cold air was pouring in).
4.6 on January 16, 2015
OMG! I think that sums it up, but I will rite more. EVERY year for the past 4 or so years, I have went to hotel for my birthday and enjoyed a me day to gather my thoughts for the coming year. Every year I have stayed someplace different. MY SEARCH IS OVER. This reasonably priced bed and breakfast is BAR none the end of my search. I paid extra for a early check in and thank goodness I did. All other "suites" were unoccupied or getting cleaned and because of this I was able to tour 8 of the 9 suites, one of which I was staying in (The Corn Crib). They welcome you to walk the property and give you a brochure with a brief history of all "suites". I keep " " suites because a B&B is usually one big house and the bedroom are where guest stay, mingle and eat. At Stevenson Ridge, ALL suites are private. No one next door to hear my plethora of moviethon's going all late and vice versa. My own entrance, my own kitchenette, my own fireplace and more then a bedroom to spread out. What more could you ask for. Granted, there is no one to serve breakfast or dinner, which SOME B&B's offer, but it is available to you upon request, delivered to your suite. The Corn Crib, I think, is the more modern of the 8 that I saw, but ALL have a TV and DVD. ALL have net access though the closer you are to the main house the better the connection. All have a fire place, of which I burned until I went to sleep. It is a gated property, which was comforting security wise since I was alone. The Civil War House, The Riddick House and The Log Cabin are 2 "bedrooms" all other are one. ALL offer a very fascinating plethora of antiques. I just can't say enough about this place...though they could use some or at least one in the middle, flood lights so the property isn't quite so pitch black at night. Needless to say, my search for a birthday retreat is OVER!
5 on January 12, 2015
This was our second stay and we will visit again. Very cozy and quiet.
4.2 on January 02, 2015
Great place to stay for our visit to tour the Civil War battlefields. Beautiful setting inside and out. The "Civil War House" was so quaint and beautifully appointed. Clean as a whistle too. Pictures don't do it justice Plenty of acreage to roam and walk in the woods. Hostess very accommodating. Actual Civil War trenches on the property just added to the adventure. Highly recommend and hope to visit again in the future.
5 on November 23, 2014
This place was amazing. We loved everything about it!
5 on November 18, 2014
We LOVED the Log Cabin! I would stay there every weekend if we could. It had a couple maintenance issues that we told Jennifer about, but they were things that staff would not have known unless they had stayed there overnight….and we didn't mind them at all. The place is perfect and I'm so glad Fredericksburg has Stevenson Ridge in town. My goal is to rent all the little houses for getaways over the years. Thanks for a wonderful weekend!
4.2 on November 16, 2014
I heard about this place from a couple who are planning to stay there for their honeymoon next year. What a great way to start a life together! Since it was local, it was easily accessible and quite a lovely place to be.
4.6 on November 12, 2014
This was our second stay and we really enjoyed being able to have a cottage to ourselves, so that our dog could come along and not bother anyone with her barking. We will be back again sometime!
5 on November 12, 2014
Stevenson Ridge is almost too good to be true. Amazing accommodations and an amazing value.
Washington DC, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan National) 61 miles
Interstate 95 to Exit 126 towards Spotsylvania/Massaponax. Head South on Rt. 1. Turn right onto Spotsylvania County Parkway. The road with merge onto Smith Station Road. Turn left at Rt. 208/ Courthouse Road and head south for 1.5 miles. Stevenson Ridge will be on the right.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Civil War Battlefields, Ghost Tours, Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Military Park, Riverside Dinner Theater, Rappahannock River Canoeing/Kayaking/Tubing, George Washington's Ferry Farm, Picnic area, River, Winery
Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Civil War Trench Tours, Full Kitchens in two of the homes, Walking trails, Fishing Pond, Complimentary Concierge Service
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bird watching, Fishing, Hiking trails, Civil War Battlefield Tours, Onsite Fishing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian