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We were driving along exploring the area and just pulled as the views of the wonderful looking plantation looked intrigued from Rt. 5. We were not disappointed as the owner greeted us giving us a tour of this delightfully decorated home. Highly recommended to visit...More
Owner is delightful giving us a great tour of her documented plantation home. Decorations were lovely including the Christmas ones
Breakfast was wonderful on exquisite China. Will return when we are in the area.
My sisters and I live in multiple states (California, Montana, Utah and VA). We get together almost every year for a sisters weekend. This year we decided to cycle 50 miles down the VA Capital Trail. Luckily the Edgewood Plantation was on the trail so...More
We picked this BnB specifically because we wanted to bike the Virginia Capital Trail and it's almost at the half way point. You are allowed to store your bikes in their pool house.
Dot and Julian are wonderful hosts. They make you feel totally at...More
Dot and Julian are lovely hosts in a southern tradition of hospitality. We biked from Richmond and stopped here for the evening before resuming our ride to Williamsburg the following morning. This is a perfect midpoint stop. Son Jay drove us to and from dinner...More
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Sorry I didn't get your question until 2 months after you wrote it. I wouldn't have been able to answer it, because I was there in the spring. There weren't any insects then, and it would have been lovely to have spent... More
Sorry I didn't get your question until 2 months after you wrote it. I wouldn't have been able to answer it, because I was there in the spring. There weren't any insects then, and it would have been lovely to have spent more time there than I did. Did it work out?