Grace Manor was built in 1910 by William Zimmermann as his wife Louise’s “dream house”. The workmanship, detailing and materials throughout the house reflect the fashionable lifestyle enjoyed in the West Grace Street and Monument Avenue neighborhoods at the turn of the century. The Schicks purchased the house in 2003 and converted it to a Bed and Breakfast. Grace Manor Inn has 3 large guest suites with private baths, a business center, a formal dining room, a sunroom, and three formal parlours. Each day begins with a multi-course, gourmet breakfast accompanied by your choice of gourmet, loose teas or LavAzza coffee. The Inn also has three resident Yorkie mascots who are anxious to welcome you!
5 on March 22, 2016
What a wonderful time we had at the Grace Manor Inn! The house is gorgeous and beautifully decorated and maintained by innkeepers Albert and Dawn. We stayed in the Fensterer-Davis suite on the second floor where we had a bedroom, sitting room and private bath. We also spent a lot of time sitting in and admiring the incredible detail of the main floor rooms in this 100+year-old house. Albert and Dawn are very knowledgable about its history and also regaled us with tales of the time, effort and love they have put into keeping it looking so beautiful. During our two-night stay Albert made us two amazing 3-course breakfasts - complete with dessert! - and he also had wonderful recommendations for dinners and sight-seeing. He never steered us wrong. Albert and Dawn own three little yorkies that are very sweet and sometimes visit but they don't live on the premises so no worries either from a noise or an allergy standpoint. We can't say enough about what a great weekend we spent here!
5 on March 15, 2016
Oh, where to begin.... We drove down to Virginia from Connecticut for a long weekend. We left around 4 in the morning so I knew that by the time we came into Richmond in the evening all I would want is just feel at home. The wonderful, gracious, and kind hosts of the Grace Manor Inn made it possible. Before we even stepped foot in the exquisite Manor, Albert called in the morning to confirm our arrival and was accommodating to our estimated arrival time. Once we arrived, he met us at the gate and was a perfect host. He gave us a brief history of the house which just added to the charm of the home. The establishment itself was both beautiful and comfortable. It was evident that this wasn't just a B&B to pay the bills; it was handled with love and care. The entire manor was best compared to something Gastby would have loved but with a Southern charm. We stayed in the Shortt Suite on the third floor which was a wonderful space which had a private bath and sitting room.The room was quiet and we did not hear anyone in the house. Breakfast was...well, it was something I will miss every day for the rest of my life! Albert and Dawn took care to make something new, different, and delicious every day. A three course breakfast and a Bellini is something every day should start with! There were three other guests when we were there and it was wonderful to sit and chat with everyone in the mornings and have company to indulge in the meals with.It was near devastating the learn that the Manor was up for sale and I only hope the new owners will give it the same love, attention, and kindness that Albert and Dawn have for their property and their guests. We wish them the best of luck in their new endeavor! Also, the yorkies are adorable (and not noisy!)
4.4 on March 07, 2016
Did a quick Google search for B & B's in the Fan/Museum District and The Grace Manor Inn was the most interesting. Beautiful manor house, circa 1915 with gorgeous appointments. Our room was very comfortable and breakfast was delicious served by a very engaging host. Highly recommended!
5 on January 30, 2016
I recently opted for something other than a standard hotel during a recent business trip. Did a search for B&B in Richmknd and found a true gem. So much hospitality I almost didn't know how to act! Absolutely stunning and well worth it.
5 on November 04, 2015
Upon arriving you should drive around back into a small alleyway directly behind the house that has ample parking right next to the carriage house. I would suggest calling prior to arrival to coordinate your check in so the innkeeper is there to greet you. You enter the house through a locked gate adjacent to the parking area that acts not only as the entry and egress for the house, but also serves as one side of a Sally port for the homes three resident Yorkies. This gate is also where you will be greeted by the innkeeper (Albert Schick) which was a very friendly fellow, eager to please and will probably offer to help you carry your luggage inside and up to your room. There is a pool, not from the 1910 era, but a much more modern added amenity tastefully done that blends very nicely with the adjoining garden area and back of the home. I should point out, the home sits on a double lot, so it probably has the most spacious outdoor relaxation space of any home in the area. There are four rooms to choose from in this Inn, each uniquely decorated. There is one suite on the second floor across the hall from the owners suite, two more suites on the third floor and a fourth suite above the detached carriage house out back. Each suite in the main house has its own sitting room, bedroom and private bathroom. The sitting rooms are attached to the bedrooms via an interior passageway and both rooms each have their own hallway door, however the bathroom is only accessible via a hallway door. Wifi was available throughout the house. I found the bed to be very comfortable and definitely the best mattress I slept on during my two week trip around Virginia and Maryland. The home is splendidly well maintained, impeccably clean and is truly a magnificent sight to behold. Built in 1910 and has been kept near to its original construction and has been furnished with period pieces that suit the home very well and lend to the overall grander of the home.
4.4 on October 30, 2015
One of the few remaining B & Bs in The Fan, Grace Manor Inn is peaceful and beautiful, with friendly innkeepers (three of whom are very nice Yorkshire Terriers), great food, and attractive, comfortable suites. There is even an outdoor pool, although it was too chilly to swim when we were there it was beautifully maintained in the fall. And if the weather cooperates, Grace Manor Inn is within walking distance of lots of great local destinations. Highly recommended!
5 on April 07, 2015
Everything about the Grace Manor Inn is great. Beautifully decorated, clean, great food, great service and very very nice owners. We stayed during Easter weekend. Another guest told us he been staying there every Easter weekend for almost 10 years. It's located just off Monument Ave and about 3/4 mile from the Museum of Fine Art. Walk on Monument Ave to see all the beautiful architecture of "The Fan" district. Not too far from VCU and far enough to avoid students if you want to. One of the owners also owns The Carytown Cupcake shop. We recommend a visit there for some great cupcakes. Take some to a park with a coffee for an afternoon picnic. Tell them you're staying at the Grace Manor Inn for a little discount. Albert was really accommodating and let us keep our car parked at the Inn after checkout so we could stroll the Monument Ave Easter Parade. Super nice folks.
4.4 on December 21, 2014
This is a beautiful house in a convenient, pleasant neighborhood. There's a nice-looking pool in the yard that was still open and beautifully clean in December! I didn't swim but it made me want to come back in the summer. The food was incredible. I really wish they had one suite with a king bed and would have been happy to pay more for it. Overall definitely recommended.
5 on December 04, 2014
Our stay was simply amazing! The Grace Manor Inn has so much to offer from a fabulous gourmet breakfast to a beautifully decorated sweet and don't forget the cute Yorkies that are exceptionally well behaved! A five-star experience to be sure! My husband and I cannot wait to return for our next visit.
4.6 on September 29, 2014
We just finished a weekend in Richmond visiting our daughter. Neither of us had ever been there before and our stay at the Grace Manor was wonderful, the room was beautiful, breakfast was great and the host most gracious. I would recommend this inn to anyone who is visiting Richmond, you won't be disappointed! Tom & Diane from NJ
This suite, which is the largest suite in the Bed and Breakfast, has stunning red walls and is decorated in red and gold. It has a queen-sized flame mahogany bedroom set from the early 1900’s and has a beautiful connecting sitting room with a Victorian sofa, chairs, and a desk. The sitting room also showcases a ‘wall of art’ featuring a collection of period-style paintings in gold-gilded frames. A television is also hidden in the original steamer trunk closet above the large dressing closet. Both the sitting room and bedroom have ornately carved fireplaces. The sitting room fireplace is a working fireplace. This suite has its own private bathroom with a claw foot tub that is original to the house and a separate shower stall that was considered to be a modern convenience in its day. Also unique to this suite is a private balcony overlooking historic West Grace Street. Sip your complimentary bottle of wine or enjoy an early morning cup of coffee on your own private terrace. This suite is
Nightly Rate: $215 - $215
This suite has gold walls and is decorated in a blue and gold color scheme. It has a queen-sized bedroom set with a custom headboard draped with blue sheers hanging from a bed crown. It also has a claw foot lady’s dresser which can be used as a desk for business travelers. It conveniently connects to a private sitting room with a comfortable sofa and overstuffed chair, as well as a television. This suite has a small, modern, private bathroom with a shower. This suite is dedicated to Tom and Patty Shortt, who lovingly restored this home to its original grandeur.
Nightly Rate: $175 - $175
This suite has pale pink walls and is decorated in sage green and pink. It has a queen-sized cherry bedroom set with French antique night stands adorning each side of the bed, as well as a small French desk and two carved antique rosewood chairs. An ornately carved cornice hangs on the wall behind the bed and is decorated with rich, flowing fabric. The sitting room has a large French desk with a leather top and a sage green tub chair with French antique end tables adorning each side of it. A television is hidden in the chifforobe directly across from it. This suite has a private bathroom with a claw foot tub that is original to the house and a newly added shower ring. Its large windows provide a stunning view of West Grace Street. This suite is dedicated to William and Louise Zimmermann who originally dreamed up this magnificent home.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $185
Originally, this dependency served as the Carriage House for the horse and buggy, with the sleeping quarters for the driver. It has been renovated and offers guests a completely private place to relax and unwind. The Carriage House ishares the same property as the Grace Manor Inn, but is decorated in a more contemporary style. Internet Television Kitchen Balcony Private Parking Complimentary Wine & Cheese Iron Hair Dryer Television CD Player Alarm Clock Spa Robes
Nightly Rate: $215 - $215
Each of our suites at the Grace Manor Inn is unique. They are luxuriously appointed with queen-sized bed and have private baths and large private sitting rooms. Each is painted in a warm, rich color with authentic heart of pine wood floors. When you enter The Grace Manor Inn the first thing you notice are the spectacular tall ceilings and the amazing decorative crown moldings throughout the first floor. To the right of the front entrance is the Music room, which features several cozy seating areas. The entire Inn is open for your enjoyment. Please call Inn to arrange check in time.
Nightly Rate: $215 - $215
Nightly Rate: $215 - $215
Airport, City, Downtown
Richmond, VA (RIC)
From I-95: Take Exit #78 toward BOULEVARD Turn RIGHT onto BOULEVARD Turn LEFT onto BROAD STREET Turn RIGHT onto NORTH MEADOWS STREET The house is on the left, #1853, on the corner of N MEADOW ST & W GRACE ST
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Maymont Estate, Civil War Battlefields, Richmond Braves’ Baseball Stadium, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar, Wired internet , Irons, Free long distance calls in the Continental U.S., Triple Sheeting, Spa Robes, Complimentary Bottle Of Wine & Cheese Plate, Private Parking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Golfing, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Whitewater Rafting
Dawn & Albert Schick
Traveling, Wine, Food, Gardening, Plays, Musicals, Entertaining, Antiques, Hot Air Ballooning, Spas
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