The best way to celebrate the birth of our great nation is fireworks and food of course! While some of you may be enjoying hamburgers and hotdogs on the grill, a local favorite is seafood on the 4th of … Continue reading →
AleWerks Brewery is tucked away back on Ewell Road, right off Mooretown here in Williamsburg, VA. This hidden gem is just the ticket to take a load off and cool down after a hot day at Busch Gardens with the … Continue reading →
Williamsburg Virginia is well-known for being a place full of early American history. From the discovery of the New World at Jamestown all the way to fighting to be an independent nation at Yorktown, our historic triangle has no shortage … Continue reading →
We are so happy to announce that Mr. and Mrs. Peter and Christy Marshall were married in the little elopement garden here on the 26th of May 2015 at 6 pm in the evening by Mrs. Eunice Fenwick. The two … Continue reading →
If music is what you are in the mood for then look no farther. “The Burg” has some something for everyone. You can find jazz and blues, choral or gospel just about every weekend. Music Events: Runaway String Band at … Continue reading →
If food and Art are on your mind then there is plenty of that to go around in and around town. Food and Art: Yorktown Market Days Every Saturday 9a-1p at Riverwalk Landing A local hotspot, this weekly event features … Continue reading →
Want to enjoy historic Virginia, but skip the Memorial Day crowds? The Williamsburg area is the place for you! While we do have special events taking place to honor our fallen heroes, we also have many activities taking place all … Continue reading →
If a small intimate event is what you have in mind, say something like an outdoor ladies tea party, bridal shower or intimate romantic garden wedding this is the time of year to do it. With weather at a amazing … Continue reading →
Ron and I want to take a moment to introduce Joy Pici from Orlando Florida. Joy was one of well over 50 applicants for the position of assistant innkeeper, and we could not be happier about our choice. a few … Continue reading →
When ever we have guests staying with us who are in need of some allergy relief or simply some relaxation, we like to suggest the Salt Spa to them.
The Salt Spa, located at 1111 Old Colony Lane is just 1/2 mile from us on Jamestown road, imported over 15 tons of healing, therapeutic salts from Poland and Pakistan back in 2008 for the cave like environment they have created. Once inside the cave you can relax and lounge, fall asleep or have a massage all while taking in the curative attributes of the elements such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, iodine, & Bromine.
The cave is kept at a low humidly level at 40-50% and always a constant 75 degrees so no one is chilled. Not only is this a great place to nap and relax it is also a great place to bring your well behaved children. The spa has toys in the cave for children to sit and play in the salts. If water is more your thing then try out there float tanks! Amazing tanks of water filled with silky waters with healing minerals to allow a boy-ency to the water so your can drift off and achieve complete relaxation