A charming, turn of the century farmhouse, The Bed & Breakfast at Peace Hill sits on 30 acres of working farmland and has been named by Virginia Living Magazine as one of the top bed & breakfasts in eastern Virginia. It offers the peacefulness of the country in historic Charles City County. It is only minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, The James River Plantations, Civil War sites and Colonial Downs racehorse track. Other attractions include Busch Gardens, antiquing, outlet mall shopping, fishing and golf. The three guest bedrooms have private baths and feature country\Victorian decor including a claw-foot tub and are examples of the superior craftsmanship of a bygone era. Children five years and older are welcome. Refreshments are served upon arrival, dinner is available upon request at an additional charge and our full country breakfast gets raves! Guest refrigerator, books about local attractions and piano. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms.
4.6 on July 22, 2016
Quiet, peaceful and a joy to experience. The hosts are a delight. Wonderful conversation, excellent food and a desire to accomadate and please.
4.0 on July 07, 2016
Our family of 8 - 6 kids, ages 11 and under plus 2 adults - stayed at the brand new Henhouse. We loved it, the innkeepers were so helpful, friendly, and all around wonderful hosts. The food was fantastic, they easily accommodated our gluten free diet. Everything was clean, the Henhouse was well stocked with games, basic kitchen supplies, books, etc. We will definitely be back!
5 on March 04, 2016
We had a good stay! We were going to pass on having breakfast but once we smelled the aroma of fresh eggs, bacon and homemade biscuits we could not pass it up. The breakfast was great and Mike & Tanya's easy company made it even more enjoyable. We highly recommend staying here! Oh almost forgot...Tanya's bag of cookies to go were the best!!!!
5 on March 18, 2015
My friends and I decided to try The B&B at Peace Hill for a "Girlfriend Getaway in Williamsburg". We wanted to visit the nearby winery and Antique Mall, so this was the perfect end to our day. Relaxing, peaceful, great food and hosts! We enjoyed ourselves so much we decided to put this hidden treasure on our future getaway list.
4.8 on March 18, 2015
We loved our stay at Peace Hill. It has country feel, yet with lots of amenities. We stayed in the Holdcroft Room, which is ideal for a couple looking for a getaway. The hosts, Mike and Tanya, were very warm and hospitable--getting to know them enhanced the experience. The proximity to the "Historic Triangle" of Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown was a plus. I wish we had booked a second night.
5 on February 22, 2015
Life at a slower pace was desired and received on our stay at Peace Hill. Having the place to ourselves was an extra benefit, only adding to the need for a night away from life. The surrounding countryside covered in snow added to the serenity of the place. Our evening supper and breakfast were very good with homemade biscuits and jelly. Thank you for a great stay.
5 on January 28, 2015
Lovely peaceful country escape with lovely interesting people at the helm!
5 on January 25, 2015
Great place to stay and a wonderful weekend getaway! The hospitality that Mike and Tanya displayed was like we were their best friends. A tasty breakfast and comfortable beds with local wineries! Drew& Jenn
4.4 on October 11, 2014
We have had a very good experience at the Peacehill B&B. The room was confortable and extremely clean. The King bed was fabulous. The breakfasts were delicious and it was with anticipation that we arrived in the breakfast room as they were different everyday! Tanya and Mike were extremely good hosts discussing with us the region and nearby attractions. The place was very peaceful. We’ll make sure to come back. Dominique and Marc
5 on July 05, 2014
This area has always been a respite for me...if you haven't found your way out here yet, do yourself a favor! The inn is absolutely beautiful and Tanya and Mike are the most wonderful hosts. They go above and beyond in every way. Your stay (and your meals!) will be amazing!
Enjoy your own king bedroom and sitting room plus private bath! A comfortable reading chair tucked into the corner gives you a fine view of Peace Hill Farm and the branches of the century-old maple that shades the lawn. The room itself contains original pine walls, traditional painted wooden floor, a rose marble dresser, and antique furnishings. Your private bathroom has a pedestal sink and both tub and shower. The connected sitting room has the charm of a country garden. Golden-toned wooden floor, yellow pine walls and the original white beadboard ceiling frame a cheerful, sunny sitting area. The inviting daybed, piled high with cushions, is the perfect place to lounge and read with a cup of tea and a plate of cookies. A writer’s desk overlooks the lawn and the old pine woods beyond. The suite offers a spacious, private getaway. Afternoon tea can be served in your room, as can a special candlelight dinner. Or turn the sitting room into a bedroom for one or two additional guests.
Nightly Rate: $160 - $160
Nightly Rate: $160 - $160
Beautifully restored from a hand-built turn-of-the-century chicken house, the Henhouse is the perfect cozy, private retreat for couples, families, or friends. The king bedroom is quiet and elegant, with a four-poster bed and windows looking out on a stream and woods. The sunny bunk room boasts a queen bed on the bottom and a twin on the top. The Great Room, has the original low blown-glass windows plus clerestory windows along the roofline that give a wonderful view of the pond. It offers a comfortable sitting area, dining area with antique table and dresser, and reading nook with a wonderful assortment of classic books for children and grown-ups. Around the corner is a full kitchen, well stocked with dishes, cooking equipment, Keurig coffee maker, and everything you need to fix a full breakfast or casual dinner. A full bath, closet for hanging clothes, and washer-dryer make the Henhouse the perfect place for a multi-night stay or a fun family trip.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $190
Nightly Rate: $150 - $190
Decorated in rich jewel tones, the Holdcroft Room offers a king-sized bed outfitted with luxurious linens, windows on three sides, an antique armoir and traditional pine furnishings. The glowing hardwood floors are softened with oriental rugs to keep your feet warm even on the coldest days. The spacious private bathroom, with brass furnishings, washstand, and pedestal sink, is filled with natural light. Soak in the antique claw-footed bathtub while watching the maple leaves dance outside the window. (There’s a shower as well!) Private and quiet, the Holdcroft Room is the perfect place to sleep late. Have your morning coffee brought to your room and relax back into your pillows under the antique crocheted bedspread–or curl up on the comfortable wing chair and bask in the morning sunshine. Have afternoon tea delivered to your room and enjoy it while looking out over the green lawn and rolling farmlands.
Nightly Rate: $110 - $130
The Suite consists of two adjoining rooms. The rooms are the Chickahominy and Charles City Rooms. They are connected by a bath with a tub and a shower with a hand-held, massaging shower head. The Chickahominy Room has a antique iron queen size bed and the Charles City has a four poster double bed. Perfect for families or friends traveling together. There is a refrigerator in the hall stocked with bottled water and soft drinks.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $160
Nightly Rate: $150 - $160
Farm, Lake, Countryside, Historic Plantations, Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestown, Countryside, Waterview, Wine country
Richmond, VA (RIC)
I64 to Rt 155 south 5 miles left on Rt 614-Sturgeon Point-for 6 miles, turn left on Rt 615-Glebe Lane-for 4 miles. Large white house on the right.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Many southern plantations within 15 miles, Williamsburg 20 miles., Hunting and fishing, Amazing Corn Maze, Civil War sites, Tour real Alpaca farm, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Cottage, Farm, Cabin
Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Library, Movie library, Piano, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer , Cultivated fields and views of wildlife, morning coffee or tea served to room, Fresh flowers and bedside chocolates, Screened porch with hammock and sun room, walking path through woods
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Fridge, Hairdryer, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Revolutionary War sites, Relaxing, Civil War sites, Books, Games, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Patricia Worth, Mike & Tanya Moore
Mike and Tanya have been married 40 years and have three children and four grandchildren. They have worked hard at the "married life adventure" including staying at bed & breakfasts in four states. They know what makes a b&b special and have incorporated that into The Bed & Breakfast at Peace Hill.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian upon request
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Eggs from neighboring, happy chickens and locally grown sausage. Hot breads get rave reviews!