New for 2014
- Picnic Tours!
- Ask about our Portrait
Opportunities & Massages!
Edgewood B&B Offers:
- A visit to Edgewood Plantation would make a great gift for any season. The holidays bring thoughts of gifts and giving, but some people are difficult to buy for. Why not give them a Virginia Get-Away. Call 800-296-3343 for gift certificates.
- Have your child's next Birthday Party at Edgewood. Birthday Tea Parties are a wonderful way to celebrate your little girl -- with hats and gloves, this is an authentic tea party!
- Enjoy the many bike trails near our property! Bring your bike and take a scenic bike ride... or walk the trail and take in all that nature has to offer.
A James River Plantation Bed & Breakfast Just 28 Miles from Williamsburg, VA
FREE WEDDING EVENT ON April 26, 2014
Edgewood Plantation is offering you a wedding possibility show. With free food tasting and vendors to help guide you through your special day.
Come explore our grounds, old mill, gardens and 1849 mansion. On site will be a caterer, a dj, tent rentals, florists, a photographer and a harpist. Offering magnificent wedding options with affordable prices. Complete wedding packages or a la carte for 2-150 people.
Call for your personal appointment. Hours from 12-4. 804-829-2962
Relax and enjoy our 18 x 36 INGROUND POOL. You deserve to be pampered! At Edgewood you will enjoy the refreshing waters of our pool, sit in our gazebo with a glass of fresh lemonade and take in the sights and sounds of the expansive property. Silence ... is a good thing!
Plantation was featured on National TV, on Ghost Hunters. Edgewood is a historic landmark circa 1849. The haunt was Lizzie Rowland waiting for her love to return from the Civil War. He never returned, so she still waits. During our haunted tours, stories from the past and present will be told and a surprise reveal from the TV show will be unforgettable! Get info on our Haunted Tours!
Have you ever dreamed", asked COUNTRY COLLECTIONS MAGAZINE "...of waking up to an antebellum room that would be the envy of Scarlett O'Hara?" The fulfillment of just such a dream is the essence of the Edgewood experience. Hosts Dot and Julian Boulware offer eight luxurious and charming
guest rooms; six in the main house and two in the former slave's quarters.
Walk through history with Dot and Julian Boulware, at Edgewood Plantation; where time stands still...
Situated along the oldest Highway in the U.S., Edgewood's third floor was used during the Civil War as a lookout post for Confederate generals when they were camped at nearby Berkeley Plantation. The estate also includes the 1725 Benjamin Harris Grist Mill, which ground corn for both the Union and Confederate armies. On June 15, 1862, Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart stopped at Edgewood for coffee on his way to Richmond to warn General Robert E. Lee of the Union Army's strength.
Edgewood Plantation is an opulent bed & breakfast inn that features stunning interiors, rich upholstery, lavish canopy beds, gold-guilded frames, lace and damask window treatments, and a double free-standing winding staircase. Edgewood Plantation has been featured in many magazines - most recently in the Winter issue of Victorian Decorating Magazine.
With beautiful gardens, two gazebos and an in ground pool for
your pleasure, you are sure to have a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
Dot and Julian go the extra mile for their guests.
Welcoming passing bicycle riders for an over night stay, to pitch a tent
on the grounds, to take a break on the porch and have a glass of water
or lemonade, to stop for breakfast! We can accommodate any situation.
Our Certified Aromatherapy and Massage Therapist is available for massages during your visit. Please inquire in advance so we can schedule an appointment for you.
Edgewood Plantation now offers FREE WiFi
Our Rich History At Edgewood B&B
Edgewood Plantation - its rich, fascinating history creates images of romance, intrigue and antebellum splendor. An exquisite 7,000 square foot example of Carpenter's Gothic architecture, Edgewood was once a part of Berkeley Plantation, the ancestral home of U.S. Presidents William Henry and Benjamin Harrison, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Throughout its dramatic history, it has served as a church, post office, telephone exchange, restaurant, nursing home and a signal post for the Confederates to spy on McLellan's Army. Dating circa 1849, this is a National & State regulated landmark.
Call 804-829-2962 to check availability and to make a reservation. We look forward to your stay at our bed and breakfast!