6 Richmond area bed and breakfast stays

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.

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