Hello future and returning guests!
Are you traveling through Richmond to get home or to family, or do you just need a change of scenery from your home office? Our doors are open, and we provide you with the comforts of a home away from home. We know that traveling can be stressful. During this part of your journey, we want you to know that the Museum District Bed and Breakfast is here for those who need a place to stay. Our B&B has been sanitized and is always ready for guests.
We are located in a great area to walk and explore. Our little B&B is also a great place to consider for your wedding party stays. Great for families congregating together to reconnect. Call or email us for details on renting the full house for such occasions. If you are traveling with Virginia Breeze, consider us for your Richmond layover. https://virginiabreeze.org. Due to the size of our facility we do not accept animals of any kind we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns about your stay at the Museum District B&B, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-359-2332.Stay Healthy!!
Even though you love staying in a Bed & Breakfast, you don't always want to get away from it all, do you? Let's face it... the sound of crickets can get old fast.
Step out our front door and you'll see the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts right across the street, with the Virginia Museum of History & Culture just beyond. Walk two more blocks and you're at Monument Avenue, the only street in the nation designated a national historic landmark.
But we're not just about history, exquisite architecture, and culture. We're two blocks from Carytown, Richmond's unique shopping district, featuring eclectic shops, restaurants of every description (including two 4-star restaurants), the historic Byrd Theatre, neighborhood pubs, and live music spots.
We're also a quick seven-minute ride to Richmond's downtown, where you'll find the Capitol Building designed by Thomas Jefferson and the charming cobblestone streets of Shockoe Slip with its many restaurants and clubs.
Built in 1922 by Judge Rhea, our stately brick house welcomes you with its spacious two-story porch. Inside, warm yellow walls and dark oak floors lead you through our spacious common rooms - a cozy front parlor, cheerful dining room with crystal chandelier, library with walls of books - all with period architectural details.
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