Celebrated our 47th wedding anniversary. Spent two nights in the Green Room with a queen poster bed. The house is a very accurate reproduction of a colonial VA plantation house. Our stay included two outstanding breakfasts and a candle-lit anniversary dinner. Patricia and Larry Reynolds are super hosts. They truly made our stay a special unforgetable experience. Between wine tasting at some local wineries and visiting Colonial Williamsburg the property is conviently located. Loved the fieplaces in the parlor and dining room. We are already looking at returning in 2023 during the horse racing season at the nearby Colonial Downs Racetrack.
Gracefield was a delightful place to stay. You’re met with one of the owners who gets you set up. The inn is immaculate. We stayed in the blue room, which was very comfortable and had the softest sheets I’ve ever slept on. If you’re going anywhere close to Richmond or Williamsburg, stay here.
I was so looking forward to staying at this bespoke replica of a bygone era home. The craftsmanship of everything from the brick foundation to the custom created hardware on each and every door was so welcoming. All the rooms were lovingly appointed just so and with so much attention to detail. I loved how it sat in the center of a green sloped plot of well-cared for land. Everything was a delight. I was greeted with cool water and scrumptious homemade cookies. Patrica and Larry were beaming as if I was a long lost friend.I slept soundly amidst the enveloping quiet of a warm southern night, with nothing from the outside world to interfere with my much needed rest. Breakfast was a feast ! Fresh veggie omelette, whole grain toast, pretty fresh fruit and V8 juice. All at my request! I even was given birthday felicitations and a festive banner as I had mentioned I was traveling to celebrate my birthday. So charming! I highly recommend this hidden gem. Well worth it for all it offers to weary travelers like me, or as a destination as it sits between Richmond and Williamsburg.…
Gracefield Hall Bed n Breakfast. Larry and Patricia were wonderful hosts. The value for this step back into coastal colonial times, so worth it! Beautiful accommodations, clean, country, safe. About 20 min to Colonial trifecta. Both are a wealth of information about the sites. Breakfast was delish and made to order! Great attention to detail to make you feel welcome.
Replica plantation of the 1700's with modern comforts. As we were the only guests, we got upgraded to the larger room. Bed was comfortable, and the shower great. Had two days here and breakfast first day eggs & sausage, second day very fluffy pancakes. Patricia & Larry are a great source on where to dine and Williamsburg.
Larry and Patricia make their extraordinarily-beautiful home into an extraordinary experience for their guests. They really made us feel so welcome, invited, cared for. The home is immaculate. They are very real and personable hosts. Every detail of the house is just perfect and gorgeous, really. But what makes it a great place to acutally stay are the details--things like super soft towels, lovely bed linens, well thought out lighting that dims and work so well yet is beautiful and period-accurate, etc.. Patricia and Larry went way above and beyond in the lovely breakfasts-heathy (mostly, exept for the bacon and sausage which I ate and thoroughly enjoyed!) and very tasty. AND we did have a dinner there one evening. I mentioned that we were celebrating my husband's birthday and they put up decorations AND gave him a birthday card. Wow! Such nice extra touches. We were so (pleasantly) suprised. They were both also so very patient with our endless questions about their home, the area, etc. I cannot recommend this place highly enough--stay here if you are in the area; don't miss this gem!…
We are finally submitting a long overdue review of Gracefield Hall. We’ve throughly enjoyed our visits with hosts Larry and Patricia, and have been visiting for almost 5 years. It’s the perfect location for garden week, the James River Plantations, New Kent and Williamsburg. On every visit we’ve had fine accommodations with a comfortable bedroom suite, delicious breakfast and wonderful conversations. Every stay offered something special and you just won’t find another B&B with finer hosts. The house is beautifully constructed with close attention to detail. You’ll be impressed! We highly recommend Gracefield Hall to anyone looking for a great place to stay.
Larry and Patricia Reynolds researched and built a modern but precise replica of a colonial era Virginia farmhouse which took in guest travelers. Their attention to detail, food, and hospitality are absolutely exquisite. My wife and I have never seen such a unique and satisfying environment in our many travels over 5 continents. Off the beaten track but close to Williamsburg, this place is almost a world apart from the hustle and bustle of most lodgings. Leave your TV and Broadband behind for a few days. This is not just a place to stay, but truly an experience...and one not to be missed.
Everything about our stay was perfect! Patricia and Larry were delightful. The breakfasts were made to order and delicious. We are already planning out next trip to stay with them. The work they put into research to create the perfect manor is unbelievable. If you are in New Kent County and need a place to stay you should definitely check them out!
Gracefield Hall Bed and Breakfast is truly a hidden gem as one reviewer called it. We felt welcomed from the minute we arrived at this most lovely bed and breakfast inn. Our rooms were so very well appointed; the beds were very comfortable, and yes, cleanliness is a top priority with Patricia and Larry. Before going out to dinner each night, we truly enjoyed sipping our wine (which we brought) in the living room in front of a roaring fire. Patricia was so sweet and brought us a tray of cheese and crackers. Each morning we looked forward to a delicious full breakfast. We opted for a quiche one morning and French toast the other. Perhaps if we had stayed another day, we would have gone the Eggs Benedict route. I hope some day our travels take us back to that area as we would like to go back there. Also, it was so interesting to hear Larry and Patricia about how this place came to be and all their planning and hard work that went into the making of this gem.…
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