History Part 1 – Williamsburg’s Oldest B&B

The Cedars of Williamsburg is the (oldest) longest continually-running bed and breakfast in Williamsburg, serving guest for nearly 80 years!  Not bad for a town that’s over 300 years old!  This blog will be the first in a series of blogs explaining the history of the Cedars as we know it.  If you happen to … More History Part 1 – Williamsburg’s Oldest B&B

The 5 Best Things about the Best Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg

In 1935, sisters Elizabeth and Margaret Marsh purchased 616 Jamestown Road and turned it into a guest house. One year ago on August 11, 2016, Alex and Laura Vlk became the 6th owners of the Cedars of Williamsburg Bed & Breakfast Williamsburg’s largest, best, longest continually operating bed and breakfast. We cannot believe it’s been … More The 5 Best Things about the Best Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg

A Great Place to Celebrate the 4th of July

The first American holiday: Independence Day; The Fourth of July.  All over the United States the Star Spangled Banner will be fluttering in the breeze.  Ol’ Glory certainly will make an appearance here in Williamsburg barbecues and parades, but being a colonial town, thirteen stripes and fifty stars will not suffice.  Heck, not even thirteen … More A Great Place to Celebrate the 4th of July