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We throughly enjoyed our stay in this beautiful historic home that's literally steps from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Our hostess, Anna, is a genuinely nice person who made us feel welcome and was very helpful in pointing out attractions and restaurants in the...More
We stayed here for 2 nights on our way further South.. We stayed in the Carriage Room which, although compact, is well appointed with a comfortable bed. Anna is a generous and helpful host. The 5pm wine and cheese gathering is delightful and a chance...More
A few years ago, I had never stayed in a B&B. My girlfriend really wanted to, so we were travelling to Richmond and stayed at Anna's place. I was drawn in by the Carriage House room, since we would have a little privacy out of...More
Stayed on Thanksgiving, 2012 after a visit with family and could not have had a more pleasant stay. We were in the Judge Rhea Suite, which was comfortably and elegantly furnished. It was quiet and we loved the room darkening shades in the sleeping area...More
We came to Richmond for the Dominio Riverrock festival, and spent two nights at the Museum District B&B. We we extremely pleased with our stay! The Judge Rhea suite was massive, and beautifully decorated. We enjoyed the wine and cheese in the evenings, and the...More
Response from Baseballmom08 | Reviewed this property |
Hi! The owner, Anna, is very honest and straightforward. You can feel comfortable asking her. Still, I'll share what I remember. The Judge Rhea Suite has one bed (on the sleeping porch), and a cosy living room. The John... More
Hi! The owner, Anna, is very honest and straightforward. You can feel comfortable asking her. Still, I'll share what I remember. The Judge Rhea Suite has one bed (on the sleeping porch), and a cosy living room. The John Lane Suite is actually 3 separate bedrooms, each with one bed, that open onto the upstairs hall. Any other B&B I've stayed at would have rented them individually, not as a suite. None of the bedroom doors have locks on them. I personally wouldn't feel comfortable having my child sleeping alone in a room that opens onto a public hall. It's worth asking Anna if she has a cot or air mattress that can be set up in the Judge Shea Suite, or the John Lane Suite bedroom you are staying in.
The main living area of the house (living and dining rooms) are spacious, so no worries about bumping into things. And even though Anna has decorated the house to the "9's", it still feels comfortable and welcoming. The Carriage House, separate from the main house, is very small. It's the only place I'd advise against staying. Does that help?