Kingsmill Resort 1010 Kingsmill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185 Nightly Rates(189.00 - 499.00)4 Star
PLEASE NOTE: Our indoor pool will be undergoing renovations from Monday, November 7th, 2011 with a target date of reopening the middle of November 2011.
A VERY SPECIAL RESORT... Kingsmill guests enjoy luxury in tastefully furnished villas overlooking the golf course fairways, our tennis complex, Wareham's Pond, and the James River. Accommodations are available in guest rooms and one, two and three bedroom suite accommodations. Each suite includes a complete kitchen and living room (most with fireplaces).
The Kingsmill Resort offers three outstanding restaurants for your dining pleasure. From casual to Fine dining we offer something for everyone. Enjoy an incredible dining experience at The Bray Dining Room, Eagles, or the Sports Club Grille. Also on site for your evening entertainment is Moody's Tavern. Nearby Airports
Newport News/Williamsburg International - 17 miles
Norfolk International - 38 miles
Richmond International - 42 miles
Williamsburg/Colonial Williamsburg - 7 minutes
Richmond - 45 minutes
Virginia Beach - 1 hour 15 minutes
Washington D.C. - 1 hour 30 minutes
AM/FM Alarm Clock
Car Rental Desk
Coffee Maker in Room
24 Hour Front Desk
Internet Access Complimentary
High speed internet access
High speed internet access
Modem Lines in Room
Safe Deposit Box
Fitness Center or Spa
Television with Cable
Total number of Guest Rooms: 405
All our guest rooms offer double/double bedding, a private bath, private entrance, and patio or balcony. Sports guest rooms offer views of our Golf Course or the Tennis Center, while the Deluxe accommodations overlook the James River or Wareham's Pond.
Our Suite accommodations offer all of the conveniences of home, including large living areas, fireplaces, fully stocked kitchens, and dining areas. Our one bedroom suites offer a king size bed in the Master Bedroom plus washer and driers.
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 4:00 PM
Check out time is 11:00 AM
Time Zone is EST
Newport News Williamsburg International Airport, (PHF), 15.00, W, Mile
The Kingsmill resort offers three outstanding restaurants for your dining pleasure. From casual to Fine dining we offer something for everyone. Enjoy an incredible dining experience at The Bray Dining Room, Eagles, or the Sports Club Grille.
The Bray Dining Room at Kingsmill
Open daily for lunch and dinner, serving American regional specialties. Offers a fine view of the James River.
Moody's Tavern at Kingsmill
Anheuser-Busch Hospitality Center and Brewery Tour
A showcase of Anheuser-Busch in Williamsburg including self guided brewery tours and complimentary Anheuser-Busch refreshments.
Williamsburg Outlet Mall
Featuring over 60 shops, a fantastic selection of clothing, shoes, gifts, accessories, housewares, linens, sportswear and much more. Located west of Williamsburg between Berkley Commons and the Pottery Factory.
Williamsburg Pottery Factory
The original pottery was founded in 1938, and still exists today. The 200 acre complex welcomes over four million visitors annually. Pottery, glass, fine china, crystal, plants, carpets, kitchenware, candles, sporting goods, and much more are available.
The battlefield on which American independence was won, featuring authentic revolutionary war memorabilia and re-enactments, as well as an excellent documentary film and educational museum.
Berkeley Commons Outlet Center
A designer outlet center, where you will find extraordinary savings on quality merchandise by top designers such as Nike, Eddie Bauer, Gitano, Mikasa, J. Crew and many more. Located west of Williamsburg on route 60, 15 minutes from Kingsmill.
Busch Gardens, Williamsburg
Thrilling rides, entertaining shows, breath-taking scenery and European cuisine make Busch Gardens one stop which every one in your group will enjoy.
A working colonial plantation featuring the original mansion. A masterpiece of early Virginia architecture -- beautifully furnished with early twentieth century antiques.
College of William and Mary
The nation's second oldest college. Including the Wren building, in use since 1695-- the oldest academic building in English speaking America.
A national historic landmark, and one of the oldest existing roads in the United States. Joins Jamestown and Williamsburg with Yorktown, to create the well know Historic Triangle.
An authentically restored 18th Century town, complete with period workshops, craft shops, taverns, homes, gardens, costumed guides, and craftsmen. Includes the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center and the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Gallery.
Life in America's first permanent English settlement depicted in 3 outdoor living exhibits. Full size reproductions of the 3 ships, the triangular James Fort and an Indian Village, all interpreted by costumed historians.
Located adjacent to the historic area, thirty shops and services offer fine dining, bookstores, clothing and apparel shops, plus gourmet food.