Sometimes it’s hard to make staycation plans (beyond moving from your couch to your bedroom). We’ve found six Richmond area bed and breakfasts where guests can get cozy at a home away from home.
Note: Pricing will vary depending on suite style + availability.
The Boulevard Inn, 1 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd. | $220+ per night | Right in the heart of the Fan, this 1914 Colonial Revival property has several unique suites inspired by Richmond itself — fittingly named Maymont, Bon Air + James.
Linden Row Inn, 100 E. Franklin St. | $131+ per night | This 70 room boutique hotel hosts weddings, special events + B&B guests. Try This: Parterre Restaurant on the bottom floor has a stocked brunch menu with southern comfort favorites.
Museum District B&B, 2811 Grove Ave. | $165+ per night | This lodging offers three luxury suites with evenings of wine + cheese and mornings of eggs and local bacon.
And for those who want to get out of the city…
Historic Mankin Mansion, 4300 Oakleys Ln. | Contact for pricing | Head east for an overnight stay in a suite or a private cottage at this wedding and event estate. Breakfast is included in your reservation.
Virginia Cliffe Inn, 2900 Mountain Rd. | $190+ per night | Out in Glen Allen, this B&B offers four guest rooms, a private master suite, or a cottage with an innkeeper breakfast.
M/V Giamaria, James River Hoke Brady Rd. | For those with sea legs, this houseboat home is near Richmond National Battlefield Park and Parker’s Battery Park. Breakfast is free (on land).
Are you a B&B booster? Let us know what other attractive abodes to check into in the 804.