There are over thirty colonial homes for accomadations in Colonial Williamsburg. Many of the homes are original structures that were simply renovated. The homes enjoy all modern Technology (i.e. Phone, TV, Plumming), but give the colonial feel. The homes are located right on or around duke of Glouchester Street so it's not uncommon to look out of your window and see a horse drawn carriage go by. These are my absolute favorite places to stay in Willaimsburg!!!!
Each guest room within the Colonial Houses is furnished with period reproductions, overlooking courtyards, gardens and Duke of Gloucester Street, Colonial Williamsburg's main thoroughfare. Among the houses available are the Market Square Tavern and Kitchen, frequented by Patrick Henry and home to Thomas Jefferson as a law student; the Quarter, a dwelling typical of those that housed indentured servants or slaves and the Nicholas-Tyler Office and Laundry, once owned by U.S. President John Tyler.
Guests to the Colonial Houses can be sure that there is no other lodging property in the world such as this collection of homes that America's founding families once inhabited, thus making the stay a most treasured one of a lifetime.
Directions: Registration for the houses is in the Orell Kitchen, located off of Francis Street in Colonial Williamsburg.
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