We stayed at the Colonial Capital Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg, Virginia graduation/Mother’s day weekend of 2012. If you are planning a special weekend for a William and Mary graduation or football, Grand Illumination, or just a little R&R, this is the place to stay. Our host, Mr. George A. Hollingsworth III could not have been any more generous of his time, efforts, or spirit and accommodated us exceedingly well. We had a diverse group with different needs and George proved to be both flexible and innovative to keep all of his guests extremely happy. His bed and breakfast will capture and enthrall you in the historic mood of Williamsburg and it is beautifully decorated. After personalizing his menu for any food allergies or aversions, George’s breakfasts are scrumptious and evoke what you would consider top form Southern cooking. You will be within walking distance of many of the activities surrounding both Colonial Williamsburg and the College. Having done due diligence for two years prior to our stay for William and Mary’s graduation weekend, we had high expectations for the Colonial Capital Bed and Breakfast and our weekend could not have been any better.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We welcome you as our guests at Colonial Capital Bed & Breakfast, a prominent Colonial Revival Inn (c. 1926) In the heart of the Architectural Preservation District. We'll be your home in Williamsburg while you fill your days experiencing our three outdoor living museums: Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown and while enjoying the thrills and spills found at Busch Gardens and Water Country USA. All are just minutes from your Williamsburg accommodations. Antique furnishings and oriental rugs throughout the house create a rich blend of warmth, style and comfort. Our classic plantation parlor offers a perfect setting for relaxing conversation with friends, new and old. On cold winter evenings the parlor's wood burning fireplace blazes, while in the heat of summer our Inn is air conditioned for your comfort. The screened side porch, patio and deck provide out-of-doors pleasures. Each day tea and wine are offered as a welcome afternoon or evening refreshment. Also we recommend you visiting inkeeper, David Everett's DoG Street Pub, Blue Talon Bistro, The Trellis Restaurant and BlackBird Bakery. ... more less