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Civil War buffs should search for Virginia Bed and Breakfasts offering Civil War Packages and Tours. Look forward to personalized tours, historic meals, and complimentary guidebooks. Best of all, anticipate fascinating conversations with these Virginia Bed and Breakfast innkeepers.

We invite you to visit our beautiful Virginia Civil War sites , museums, historic homes, battlefield parks, cemeteries, slave-trade sites, and interpretive trails  and walking tours . Enjoy some of America’s most authentic and compelling historical experiences -- in a modern destination with world-class dining, lodging, shopping and entertainment. Start planning your trip today!


Richard Johnston Inn

Phone: 540-899-7606
Toll Free: 877-557-0770
Our Inn, built in 1770, survived The Revolutionary & Civil Wars. A major battle that took place in our area was The Battle of Fredericksburg fought on December 13, 1862, and the Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center is located at 1013 Lafayette Boulevard.

Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Grey Swan Inn

Phone: 434-292-3199
Toll Free: 800-509-3567
Blackstone, VA and Nottoway County are on Lee's Retreat and with several Civil War related sites nearby. Use us as your hub and spoke travel solution while visiting Petersburg Battlefield, Appomattox National Park and points between.

Blackstone, Virginia
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Cross House Garden Inn

Phone: 540-234-8065
Toll Free: 1-855-223-2283
Surrounded by many local area antique shops

Weyers Cave, Virginia
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Holladay House

Phone: 540-672-4893

The Holladay House stood before, through and after the Civil War. Owners (President James Madison's descendents) witnessed battles and their aftermath all 4 years. On Feb 25, 1864 JEB Stuart and other Confederate notables attended a glorious wedding held at the inn.

Orange, Virginia
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Middleburg Country Inn

Phone: 540-687-6082
Toll Free: 800-262-6082

Middleburg, Virginia
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Daughter of the Stars Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 855-778-3687
Toll Free: 855-778-3687
You can be taken back in time into our nations’ past when you browse the pieces of history that we have on display in the Daughter of the Stars Bed and Breakfast. The B&B features displays of authentic Civil War bonds, as well as artifacts from the Shawnee and Cherokee American Indian tribes.

Stanley, Virginia
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L'Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast Inn

Phone: 540-837-1375
Toll Free: 800-638-1702
L'Auberge Provencale sits in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley strategically located near Cival War battle Fields, museums and regional art galleries. All these surrounding attractions offer minutes away wonderful antiquing opportunities. COme year round and enjoy Northern Virginia fare...

White Post, Virginia
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Rockwood Manor

Phone: 540-674-1328

Where else can you not only stay in a Historical Home the likes of Rockwood Manor (built by the Cloyd's grandchild) but at the same time be a part of the living history of the Civil War. The Battle of Cloyd's Mountain at the BackCreek Farm of our Great Grandparents was an intense and quick action.

Dublin, Virginia
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Mayhurst Inn

Phone: 540-672-5597
Toll Free: 888-672-5597
Mayhurst was part of the Civil War and is surrounded by battlefields, historical locations and museums. We offer extensive 2, 3 and 5 day touring packages. See our web site at: http://www.mayhurstinn.com/celebration.html Come visit and sleep where many Confederate Generals did.

Orange, Virginia
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Vintager Inn

Phone: 804-938-5528
Toll Free: 1-855-466(Inn)-1855
Our 1855 bed & breakfast is in the heart of Virginia Civil War country! Minutes from Cold Harbor Battlefield, Seven Days Battle, Seven Pines, Battle of Eltham (West Point), Ft Pocahontas, Berkeley Plantation, Shirley, Westover, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown & Jamestown. Golf, fishing, clays more!

New Kent, Virginia
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Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast and Cottage Suites

Phone: 540-377-9922
Toll Free: 800-369-8005
Walk in the footsteps of two Civil War heros: Lexington is a favorite destination for Civil War buffs. Visit Robert E. Lee Chapel and Museum - recently refurbished, it's an awesome testimonial to this Civil War General who spent his last years in Lexington. Tour Stonewall Jackson's home, too!

Fairfield, Virginia
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Prospect Hill Plantation Inn

Phone: 540-967-0844

Located just six miles from Trevilian Station (the site of the largest all-cavalry battle of the Civil War), Prospect Hill also welcomed General James Longstreet as a wedding guest in 1865. In addition, Jack Jouett passed within 3 miles during his famous ride (which saved Thomas Jefferson's life).

Louisa, Virginia
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The Inn at Vineyards Crossing

Phone: 540.364.2INN (466)

The Inn was used by the Confederate Army in 1861 and 1862 as a temporary hospital for the First and Second Battles of Bull Run. Many other Civil War / Historic Sites near the Inn.

Hume, Virginia
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Shady Acres Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 804-994-5940

Shady Acres is a small country bed & breakfast waiting for you just off of Interstate 95, perfect for a night’s stop or a week’s vacation. Only minutes from historic battlefields & shops featuring war artifacts & memorabilia. Wake up to fresh-brewed coffee & full breakfast. Wifi access & Sleep#B

Hanover, Virginia
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Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 434-846-1388
Toll Free: 800-937-3582
We are located just 20 minutes from Appomattox Courthouse. Discover the dozens of Civil War Sites in Lynchburg from the Old City Cemetery to Sandusky House. Discover why Lynchburg was so important to the Confederacy as a transportation hub as well as a hospital town.

Lynchburg, Virginia
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Meadowbrook Farm Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 757-371-5896

Your innkeeper Allen Bryant is our resident Civil War buff. Enjoy books from his extensive library, browse through his civil war currency collection, and chat about various aspects of the Civil War. Allen can provide information regarding several Civil War sites within an hour of Meadowbrook.

Suffolk, Virginia
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Marl Inn B&B

Phone: 757-898-3859

Yorktown is known for having Confederate and Union troops stationed here during the war between the states. The Battle of Big Bethel site is a short drive from here. The launching of reconnaissance balloons is noted in this area. The 150 anniversary will be recognized in this area.

Yorktown, Virginia
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A B&B at Llewellyn Lodge

Phone: 540-463-3235
Toll Free: 800-882-1145
A B&B at Llewellyn Lodge in Lexington is a nmust stop for Civil War fans. The Stonewall Jackson Cemetery is a 5 minute walk away. Lee Chapel, site of the final resting spot of General Robert E. Lee is a bit further. John your host was born in the Stonewall Jackson House House, once the town hospital

Lexington, Virginia
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Maysville Manor

Phone: 434-221-8942

Maysville Manor Bed and Breakfast is located close to land that is significance for Civil War buffs. For example, there is only a twenty five minute drive to the Civil War Surrender Groundsare in Appomattox.

Buckingham, Virginia
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Oak Grove Plantation B&B

Phone: 434-575-7137

A commemoration of the Battle of Staunton River occurs on June 23, with a Confederate encampment, musket firing, music, interpretive programs and more starting at 9 a.m. In 1864, Confederate old men and young boys successfully defended a railroad bridge against Northern troops.

South Boston, Virginia
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