Best Western Williamsburg

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

201 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
BEST WESTERN PLUS Historic Area Inn
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81%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
37%
136
Very Good
26%
99
Average
18%
68
Poor
9%
35
Terrible
7%
29

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  • Families68
  • Couples64
  • Solo80
  • Business70

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The Williamsburg Inn and Lodge...

by kesam

The Williamsburg Inn and Lodge for upscale rooms in Williamsburg, or the Hampton Inn Suites are very good too. There are many very good hotels in Williamsburg. There are a lot of Bed and Breakfast too.

Rent a Bike for the Day

by upesnlwc

Another fun way to experience the Historic Area and its surroundings is by bicycle. Stop by the Recreation Center at the Williamsburg Inn and rent a bicycle (tandem bikes are also available). The Historic Area and the surroundings are filled with biking and hiking trails.

Biking

by matcrazy1

Colonial Williamsburg is first of all privately-owned historical park but it's recreational park as well.

The Historic Area and the surroundings are filled with biking and hiking trails. Well, the colonial Williamsburg is small enough to walk around. We didn't rent a bike there. But it would be great fun to cross by bicycle, instead of driving a car, like we did, the land of James River Plantations in Charles City. If we had more time and energy... The Recreation Center at the Williamsburg Inn and Williamsburg Lodge offers bicycles and tandems to rent and seasonally guided bicycle tours. Hmm... it's colonial Williamsburg, they may charge you much, I think. Call them (+1 757 229-1000 ext.3089 or 4008) and ask about the price or rent a bike outside the colonial Williamsburg (the link below) or BYOB - bring your own bicycle.

The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum

by deecat

I was delighted as I walked through the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum. It is located off South England Street close to the Williamsburg Inn.

The untrained artists and craftspeople represent those who work outside the mainstream, academic art community. However, their work is a history of everyday life by using ordinary, interesting media.

I love color, and most of this work uses bold colors and simple shapes. There are carvings, oil paintings, needlework, textiles, toys, sculptures, watercolors, decoys, and decorations of all kinds.
This museum offers changing exhibits of American folk art from their permanent collection, and they also sponsor major works loaned to them. A ticket is required.

Abby A. Rockefeller began collecting folk art from the early 1900s and did so until her death in the 1940s. Her collection was about 400 objects, which was used when the museum started. She gave her collection to Colonial Williamsburg.

Today, the museum boasts of over 4,000 items in its permanent collection! The museum was expanded in 1988-1991 because of the increased items and the popularity of the exhibits. I just recently read that a new museum is in the making, and this new museum is to reopen on a new site in October of 2006!

Golden Horseshoe

by upesnlwc

The Gold Course:
Opened in 1963 and the work of Robert Trent Jones Sr., who called it his "finest design," this is one of the best examples of traditional golf course architecture in the world. This is a magnificent course. Very challenging, and unforgiving. Bring a few extra balls.

18 Holes
Yardage 6,817
Par 71
Slope Rating 138

The Green Course:
Designed by Rees Jones, Jones Sr.’s son, and opened in 1991, this layout is carved from the same terrain but is simultaneously longer and more forgiving. This track, while longer, is much more open and plays well for the left to right ball flight. This course will also set you back a few less dollars. The clubhouse at the Green Course has a wonderful dining room called the Green Room Grill if you are looking for a nice meal in a casual setting.

18 Holes
Yardage 7,120
Par 72
Slope Rating 134

Spotswood:
Named for Colonial Governor Alexander Spotswood, this is the elder Jones’s 1963 update of the Williamsburg Inn’s original 1947 nine-hole course. Fun little course.

Executive course.
Par 62
Yardage 3,750 Colonial Williamsburg offers golf packages through their hotels (The Inn, the Lodge, Colonial Houses, Govenor's Inn, and the Woodlands) to save you a few dollars. This makes it very convenient because you can book your trip, make dinner reservations, tee-times, and buy tickets all in one phone call.

Call 1-800-HISTORY

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Address: 201 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States