Our charming and delightful B&B is located across the street from the College of William & Mary, and under a mile from Colonial Williamsburg and downtown Williamsburg. Breakfast is complimentary, locally sourced and seasonally themed. You'll love our home-like atmosphere where you'll be taken care of by our innkeepers who know the best places to eat, play and shop and our housekeepers who will keep your room neat and tidy. Great for couples, families, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
This second floor room features a queen bed with canopy and lovely views of our garden and patio area. Private bath with shower.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests of the Cedars of Williamsburg B&B will have access to our living room and dining room as well as our patio and gazebo area. Complimentary breakfasts are served each morning in our dining room.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Our inn-keeping staff is always on-call and is will help make your stay absolutely perfect. If you want a recommendation for the local area or need extra towels, shampoo, etc. we look forward to serving you during your stay!
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Alex and Laura met during high school in the Chicago suburbs and moved to Williamsburg the summer of 2012. Moving to Williamsburg was a dream come true for Alex who fell in love with history while walking the colonial streets as a 16 year old. The acquisition of The Cedars in 2016 fulfills a lifelong dream for Laura who has wanted to run a bed and breakfast for many years.
Alex holds an undergraduate and Master’s degrees in History and Education and brings his enthusiasm about the local area and his knowledge about the Colonial Era with him to breakfast each morning.
Laura’s background is business and event planning. She has worked in the non-profit sector and has planned over 100 events including receptions, conferences, and fundraisers. She has also coordinated numerous weddings.
The couple resides in Williamsburg near The Cedars with their two sons, James and Drew.