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Kenmore Inn - Fredericksburg Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Kenmore Inn

1200 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg - Map
 
 
"Utterly Charmingly!"
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Kenmore Inn. The room was comfortable, the breakfast delicious and we had a great time at the bar (fun-loving regulars and a really interesting bartender). We'll be visiting the Kenmore Inn again.
Deb from Maryland
Located in the heart of Fredericksburg, this bed & breakfast is within walking distance of Mary Washington House and …More
Lavender Heights Bed and Breakfast - Fredericksburg Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Lavender Heights Bed and Breakfast

419 Forbes St, Fredericksburg - Map
 
 
Situated in Fredericksburg, this bed & breakfast is close to Rising Sun Tavern, Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural …More
Inn At The Olde Silk Mill - Fredericksburg Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Inn At The Olde Silk Mill

1707 Princesss Anne Street, Fredericksburg - Map
 
 
"Relaxing and Enjoyable Hotel Stay"
front desk is helpful Family accommodations with 1 bath between to bedrooms Great snacks available with coffee etc.
A Traveller
Situated in Fredericksburg, this bed & breakfast is close to Rising Sun Tavern, Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural …More

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    The colonial past thrives in Fredericksburg and Spotsylvannia and Stafford counties. Visitors can tour George Washington’s boyhood home at Ferry Farm, site of the myth of Washington and the cherry tree. Heavily damaged in the Civil War, Spotsylvannia’s Old Courthouse has county records from 1720. The United States National Slavery Museum marks a shameful chapter in American history.

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