Accommodations in Virginia include deluxe international properties, resorts, bed-and-breakfasts, motels and campgrounds.Read More ...
Luxury resorts are scattered all over the state—along the coast, near historic cities and in the mountains (many are within easy reach of the Blue Ridge Parkway). These resorts generally have health clubs and facilities for swimming, golfing, tennis, lawn games, horse riding and boating.
Many visitors flock to such venerable and popular year-round resorts as Bryce and Wintergreen. The Homestead is a National Historic Landmark that's been a resort for more than two centuries. One of the golf courses turned 110 in 2002 and has the oldest tee in continuous use in the U.S.
Not surprisingly, the state has a generous supply of historic inns and guesthouses, including a number of antebellum plantations and farms. Bed-and-breakfasts dot the countryside; many are small but have a colorful history. Perhaps one of the most well-known is The Inn at Little Washington, with its five-star restaurant and charming rooms. The area around Williamsburg can be heavily booked, particularly properties with colonial ambience. The Williamsburg Inn operates a collection of colonial houses in the heart of the historic district. For a good selection (particularly in late spring or fall through Christmas), reserve well in advance.< Show Less