Boxwood Inn Bed and Breakfast is a regionally recognized B&B that has received six different awards for its excellent service, beautiful grounds, and superb accommodations. This 1928 home that has been extensively renovated into a quaint Bed and Breakfast that will meet your every desire. The Inn has a prime location in the state of Virgina, located within the Architectural Preservation District, and a short stroll down the road to historical Colonial Williamsburg. You’ll even enjoy the ride to your destination as you take the 23 mile stretch of Colonial Parkway, famous for it’s fall foliage. Boxwood Inn is a smaller Bed and Breakfast, housing four elegantly decorated rooms. Each room features rich cherry and mahogany furnishings, luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linens, king/queen beds, hardwood floors, Oriental rugs, cable TVs, clock radios/CD players, and private baths-two with whirlpool tubs. The Washington Carriage House is one of their newest additions, and boasts an in-room fireplace and Jacuzzi tub for two; this room is an ideal accommodation for honeymoons, anniversaries and special occasions. Relax in front of the Inn’s crackling fireplace, soak up the sun in the spacious sun room, or cozy up with a book on the beautiful back porch.
Each morning at the Boxwood Inn Bed and Breakfast you will wake up to the enticing aromas of a homemade breakfast. Favorites include their Apple Breakfast Lasagna, Praline Topped Oven French Toast, Baked Eggs, and Oven Baked Dutch Apple pancakes. Dine on the magnificent 9-foot cherry Shaker farm table, where breakfast is served each morning.
Boxwood Inn Bed and Breakfast location provides you with an array of activities. Take a short ten-minute drive to Jamestown, Virginia, and watch as history is recreated in this historically rich town. This seven mile drive from Williamsburg provides you with some of the most beautiful fall foliage as you take the scenic Colonial Parkway. Another perfect foliage touring location is Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, only a short drive from the Inn. Make sure to plan a Virginia fall foliage tour during Virgina’s peak foliage season, which usually occurs between mid October to mid November.