The Boxwood Inn is located within easy reach of Williamsburg, Newport News and Yorktown, Virginia, is a lovely bed and breakfast with superb dining specialties. Rooms feature queen-size beds and private baths. There is much to do here in Virginia's Historic Triangle, and the Boxwood Inn is located right in the center of it. Whether you enjoy a stroll through the park, or a day of historic reenactment; golf or theme parks; shopping or museums; you can be at any of these destinations in minutes.
5 on December 06, 2014
Beautiful, historic, and our hosts were wonderful people. We'd love to return!
5 on November 25, 2014
The Boxwood Inn is a turn-of-the-century gem! Fine antiques, grand staircase, tall ceilings, warm parlors, and impeccable rooms. My husband & I were privileged to stay here. George & Susie are the new owners at this Inn, and are lovingly restoring the property to original condition. It is a spacious facility well-suited to small weddings & romantic retreats. Our breakfast was delicious & plentiful (Paula Dean style). Can't say enough good things about The Boxwood Inn or the new owners. Pete & Colleen
4.6 on October 21, 2014
Loved this place! Just what I was looking for in a b&b. Charming, clean and cozy. Would stay there again.
4.4 on April 18, 2014
My daughter and I recently stayed at this lovely B and B while on a college tour. Kathy and Derrick were wonderful hosts, and Josh took particular care of us at breakfast, remembering my gluten issues. It was delicious! It was a true treat to stay in a historical home. Thank you! We look forward to our next visit.
3.2 on November 24, 2013
The people there were very nice but was a little disappointed in the cost for the lodging. The place is cute and historical but somewhat rough looking on the outside.
4.6 on November 12, 2013
We enjoyed a great night at Boxwood Inn! They were incredibly accommodating--we were late arrivals and early risers, and were completely flexible with us, not to mention kind and welcoming. Our room was lovely and very comfortable. Note, however, that the inn is very close to train tracks, and we were woken a few times throughout the night by a passing train. It didn't bother us, but it's something to keep in mind if you have trouble falling back asleep once awake.
5 on October 15, 2013
Cathy& family did a great job w/ my nieces reception! The food was great! Breakfast was great! Only thing I would say is when serving waffle or pancakes bring out a gravy dish so that we can put as much or as we like! Love this place! Lots of history here.
4.4 on September 08, 2013
We recently stayed while visiting a son in the area. The hosts were delightful and oh so thoughtful. The inn itself is an older building and is more comfortable than modern or upscale. Everything was available for our comfort and ease of stay and the breakfasts were amazing. Lots of interesting history in the building and the area.
We are very glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us! We enjoyed having you and we hope to see you again very soon!
4.4 on August 17, 2013
Lovely area and hosts were most accommodating . Building exterior could use a little TLC but rooms and food were excellent. The Millers/Wexford,PA
Thank you for visiting us at the Boxwood Inn! We are glad you enjoyed your stay. We hope to see you again very soon!
5 on August 04, 2013
Across the railroad tracks from the first steam engine to rumble into Newport News in 1896, the Boxwood Inn has been around for a long time. Once the center of civic and commercial activity in Newport News, the 21-room housed a post office, a general store and the hall of records. There are rap-around porches, and peaceful grounds. Breakfasts were delicious. We had: - Apple walnut waffles with fresh sausage - Fresh garden frittata with fresh garden onions, sweet peppers, spinach, and a homemade brochette, with ham and homemade biscuits - Cranberry orange French toast with a cranberry orange syrup and fresh whipped cream, and bacon Inn-keeper Kathy's offered us a free upgrade to a suite. We had a bedroom, small sitting room and three-quarter bath. No less than 15 ghosts have been "documented" to enjoy the Boxwood Inn. This is the heart of Baptist country, so the Boxwood Inn doesn’t emphasized its undead denizens on its website... but they regularly hold paranormal evenings. Kathy hears footsteps going up and down the stairs all the time, voices quietly singing or humming, and once as she was interacting with business people, someone was pulling the hair on the back of her head. So back to the reference to My Cousin Vinny; the wonderful comedy with Joe Pesci and the luscious Marisa Tomei. Vinny is successively awakened at the crack of dawn by a lumber mill steam whistle, and delivery of hogs, and then twice by a train rushing by. Well, the Boxwood Inn is perhaps 150 feet from some active railroad tracks, and each time the train rumbles by, it is obliged by law to sound its horn. If you love this sort of thing, and the wonderful rumble of the railroad cars, it is just yet more of the marvelous character of this place. If however you are a light sleeper and don't want to be awakened in the morning, this place may not be the place for you. (Note, reading all of the guest book entries, we never saw a single criticism of the trains.)
Thank you very much for your great review of our inn! We are very pleased to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us; we enjoyed your visit as well! We are glad that you enjoyed your breakfasts! Thank you again and we (and our “long-term guests”) hope to see you again soon!
Water Country USA, Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Jamestowne Island, Yorktown Battlefield, Airport, City
Newport News, VA (PHF-Newport News Williamsburg Intl.) 7 miles
From points north: I-95 South Exit 57A to I-295 South to Exit 84A Merge I-295; to I-64E toward Norfolk/VA Beach; Take Exit 247 (VA143& VA248 Yorktown. Turn Left on Merrimac Trail - becomes Jefferson; bear right on Yorktown Rd. Turn right on Elmhurst. From points south: I-95 north Take the I-295 north exit #46 Take the exit #28 I-64/US-60 towards NORFOLK/RICHMOND, Continue I-64/US-60 WEST/NORFOLK: Merge I-64 EAST; Take Exit 247 (VA143& VA248 Yorktown. Turn Left on Merrimac Trail - becomes Jefferson; bear right on Yorktown Rd. Turn right on Elmhurst.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Colonial Williamsburg, Plantations, Battlefields, Virginia Living Museum, Birdwatching, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
CD player, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, picnic, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Water sports
Kathy and Derek Hulick
She has spent most her life here in Hampton Roads. Many of you will recognize her from Carmela’s Italian Restaurants or from A Catered Affair by Second Street Derek has lived in the area most of his life. He will continue to work his” day job” and handle the “Paperwork”, Maintenance, and all the Honey Do List Kathy’s son “J” who worked with her at Carmela’s is the Chef and wife Bekki handles customer service.