Plan a colonial weekend away from home! Come and relax in Historic Williamsburg, Virginia The Brick House Inn was built by Colonial Williamsburg in 1930 and has some of the wood trim from the original houses. The flooring and windows are from other original historic buildings. This house is very unique and is furnished with antique furniture throughout the home. You will be stepping back in time to the beginning of our heritage and the founding of our country when you stay at the Brick House Inn. Our inn is only two blocks from the restored Historic Williamsburg. We are one mile from William and Mary College.Close to The Premium Outlets for Shopping We are in a quiet neighborhood and have off street parking for our guests
The Washington Room is decorated in a red & white checked theme by Historic Designers Inc specializing in Colonial Designs. Private entrance Full Private bath Sitting area with sofa and comfy chairs Queen Size Canopy bed Luxury hotel bedding and linens Flat screen, brand-new TV Private porch!
The Jefferson Room is on the second floor. It overlooks the Colonial Williamsburg Park. Private bath Queen Size Colonial pine canopy bed Luxury hotel bedding and linens Mostly antique pine furniture Antique wood pine floors TV
4.6 on June 26, 2014
Our two night stay at this B&B was everything I could of asked for. We met friends and had the home to ourselves. Mary Jo prepared wonderful breakfasts for and gave us wonderful insight into the history of the home and a great suggestion for a place to lunch. Can't wait to visit again.
4.6 on June 04, 2014
3.8 on May 27, 2014
Only a short walk to the historical attractions of Williamsburg but short on charm. Located on a humdrum street and occupying a plain vanilla house, the Brick House Inn doesn't fit in with the image of Williamsburg. Other than that, this B&B met all expectations. Service was very good even though the landlord does not live on site. Cleanliness was first rate. I would recommend it.
Thank You for staying with us I was looking at the Vanilla Your comment on being a Vanilla House I had a good laugh as Colonial Wmsburg built this house and being Handmade Old Brick this was funny, also our Humdrum Street is like it was in the 1940's working class Americans and all who has lived here has helped to bring history alive for the restored Area of Colonial Williamsburg and most still work in the restored Area. Please come back and I would love to meet you as I do live here but was probably on a job or was sick with the GOUT and Mary Jo I am sure took good care of you. Thanks again Bonnie
5 on September 11, 2013
How welcoming to arrive and the first thing we are offered is a good English cuppa(cup of tea ) Bonnie is the nicest lady you could wish to meet,has a wealth of knowledge of Williamsburg . On our anniversary we came down for breakfast and found fresh cut roses in a vase on the breakfast table cut from her garden and a bottle of Sparkling Cider ,Bonnie made feel special that morning.Breakfasts are first class. Thank Bonnie for good food,spotless place to stay and making our anniversary trip memorable.
4.6 on July 17, 2013
I went on vacation with my daughter and we stayed at the Inn for 3 nights. We had a great time and the best thing about our visit was the Inn keeper, Ms. Bonnie. She served us a wonderful breakfast every morning and shared a little bit of history with us and told us which places to visit ad where to since I love antique stores. The room was big, clean and beautiful. The only bad thing is that our bed mattress was kind of hard and not too comfortable but other than that everything else was perfect.
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Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
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