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Fleeton Fields Bed & Breakfast

Fleeton is on the edge of Reedville, Fleet’s Point received its name from Capt. Henry Fleet, who left Jamestown to explore the area in the 1650’s. Fleet’s Point was part of an early 5,000 acre plantation granted by the King of England. During the steamboat era Fleet’s Point wharf became a landing for vessels between Maryland and Virginia, and the small village of Fleeton developed.

Remaining now is the charm of a quiet village with Fleeton Fields nestled in a park-like setting on the edge of Fleeton in an area of large properties and beautiful homes.

The Garden Suite is a wing on the first floor, it has a private entrance and sitting room with a fireplace. A large bedroom and bath offer a view into the gardens and the water beyond. The Victorian Suite is located on the second floor, a beautiful bedroom with private bath and small nursery attached with a single bed to accommodate a third person or child. The Tidal Pond Suite is also on the second floor, with a bedroom and separate sitting room and private bath across the hall.

Each suite offers waterviews, queen size bed, DirecTV, wireless internet, mini-refrigerators stocked with bottled water and soft drinks, and soft luxurious bathrobes. Cots are available.

Reedville was founded in 1867 and is on the National Historic Register, the Reedville Fishermen’s Museum can be contacted at www.northerneck.com/museum. The Crazy Crab and Tommy’s are restuarants located in Reedville, and there are many to choose from nearby. Don’t miss Chitterchats with fantastic homemade ice cream. Walk along Main Street and see beautiful Victorian homes, charter a fishing boat, take a cruise to Smith or Tangier Island, visit Stratford Hall, home of Robert E. Lee or Pope’s Creek Plantaition, birthplace of George Washington. Nature trails, canoeing, kayaking, golf, and antique shopping will keep you busy for a long weekend or just enjoy a relaxed getaway.

At Fleeton Fields come for business, or to have a romantic weekend. Let us help you plan your stay – whether you choose adventure, peace and quiet, or both.

Arrangements can be made to help celebrate special occasions. It is also a wonderful place to be married or to spent a first night.

Your Hosts:
Marguerite Slaughter
Zip:
22539
Guest Rooms:
3
Bathrooms:
3
Rates:
$150 - $195
Check In/Out:
3 pm, or upon arrangement/11 am
Extra Person Fee:
$20
Inn Amenities
Common Fireplace
Common TV Area
Complimentary Beverages
Copy & Fax Service
Corporate Rates
First Floor Rooms
Gardens
Off Street Parking
Outdoor Guest Areas
WiFi Throughout
Wine & Cheese Hour
Room Amenities
AC, Central
Bathrobes
Bed, Queen
Extra Bed Available
Fireplace, Wood Burning
Hair Dryer
Iron/Ironing Board Available
Refrigerator
Telephone
Television, Basic
Wi-Fi
Food Service
Breakfast, Full
Early Morning Coffee/Tea
Area Activities
Antiquing
Biking
Canoeing
Fishing
Galleries
Golf
Hiking
Historic Sites
Kayaking
Museums
National/State Parks
Wineries
Geographic Setting
Beach
Rural
Small Town
Village
Waterfront
Well Suited For
Business Meetings
Elopements
Family Travel
Group Getaways
Honeymoons
Romantic Escape
Weddings
Inn Policies
Alcoholic Beverages Permitted
American Express Accepted
Cash Accepted
Checks Accepted
Children Welcome
Credit Cards Accepted
Innkeeper Pet(s) in Residence
Pets Welcome
Smoking Outside Only
Traveler's Checks Accepted
Cancellation Policy
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