Monday, December 27, 2010
I am not sure yet just how much the snow accumulation was for this storm but I'm guessing about 10 to 12 inches. It is so beautiful and COLD! We have lived in Williamsburg for about 7 years now and we never got this much snow before.
A WHITE CHRISTMAS! For the first time since 1948, there was snow on Christmas Day in Williamsburg Va.
The Roads are clear now so come and enjoy our fireplaces and cozy down comforters.
Special Winter rates! $125 rooms and $145 Suites January and February.
Remember, anytime you need a home away from home in Williamsburg Virginia, Call the Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast 800-886-9715
Sunday, December 19, 2010
What a beautiful wedding in front of the Christmas tree here at Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg Va. Last night Mr and Mrs. Gary and Lori Green exchanged vows of marriage.
Eunice Fenwick, Marriage Commissioner here in Williamsburg VA, Officiated the nuptials. The couple dined at Opus 9 Steak house afterwards as the snow fell softly around town. They return to a wonderful fire in the fireplace, a wedding cake and chilled bottle of champagne.
Best of luck to both or you!
For an intimate elopement or wedding, Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast is your choice for professional & personal service 800-886-9715
Posted by A Williamsburg Insider at 10:44 AM
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Friday, December 17, 2010
Book your stay in Williamsburg over Christmas
Enjoy all the benefits of our beautifully decorated B&B just without the breakfast.
Only $135 per night per couple per room! 2 night minimum. Innkeepers will be traveling and inn sitter and house keeping will be available. Plus free bottle of Champagne per room. Discount tickets to Christmas town available! Call now these will go fast at this price! Sale starts today 12/17 800-886-9715
NO 12/25 CHECK-IN
Your Williamsburg home away from home
Colonial Gardens B&B
Friday, December 3, 2010
It all starts around these parts with the Grand Illumination Weekend which always falls on the first Sunday in December. Grand Illumination has been a traditional Colonial Williamsburg's Christmas season officially begins with Grand Illumination, a spectacular evening when candles twinkle in the windows of Historic Area homes and buildings, fatwood crackles in street-side cressets, and the heavens explode with Fireworks. Tens of thousands of guests turn out—families, friends, and strangers crowd the streets to Witness the spectacle of lights and launch themselves on the Yuletide.
This year experience a memorable holiday event at Colonial Williamsburg’s Grand Illumination on December 5th, 2010. Colonial Performances begin at 4:45 pm at the stages around the historic area and continuing after the fireworks until 7:30 pm. At 5:30 pm they will light up the candles in the homes, shops and public buildings. Also a magnificent fireworks display will take place simultaneously at three locations in the Historic Area, concluding a weekend of old-fashioned merriment and cheer, and heralding the start of the holiday season. Near the Governor’s Palace, the Magazine, and the Capitol. There are no admission tickets required to attend the Colonial Williamsburg Grand Illumination celebration.
And always remember that your home away from home is the Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast when visiting Williamsburg. 800-886-9715
Posted by A Williamsburg Insider at 10:55 AM