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Museum District Bed & Breakfast

We are your home away from home in the heart of Richmond’s Museum and Fan Districts. But we’re not just about history, exquisite architecture, and culture. We’re two blocks from Carytown, Richmond’s unique shopping district, featuring eclectic shops, restaurants of every description (including two 4-star restaurants), the historic Byrd Theatre, neighborhood pubs, and live music spots.

We’re also a quick seven-minute ride to Richmond’s downtown, where you’ll find the Capitol Building designed by Thomas Jefferson and the charming cobblestone streets of Shockoe Slip with its many restaurants and clubs.

Built in 1922 by Judge Rhea, our stately brick house welcomes you with its spacious two-story porch. Inside, warm yellow walls and dark oak floors lead you through our spacious common rooms – a cozy front parlor, cheerful dining room with crystal chandelier, library with walls of books – all with period architectural details.

Local Events

Your Hosts:
Anna Currence
Zip:
23221
Guest Rooms:
3
Bathrooms:
3
Rates:
$150 - $195
Check In/Out:
3 pm/11 am
Extra Person Fee:
$25
Inn Amenities
Off Street Parking
Outdoor Guest Areas
Private Cottage/s
Public Computer
WiFi Throughout
Wine & Cheese Hour
Room Amenities
AC, Central
Bath, Private Ensuite
Bathrobes
Bed, Queen
Fireplace, Gas
Hair Dryer
Iron/Ironing Board Available
Refrigerator
Spa or Steam Shower
Television, Cable/Satellite
Wi-Fi
Food Service
Breakfast, Full
Coffee/Tea available 24-hours
Meal Options, Dairy Free
Meal Options, Gluten Free
Meal Options, Kosher
Meal Options, Vegan
Meal Options, Vegetarian
Area Activities
Antiquing
Biking
Breweries
Canoeing
Cideries
Farmers Markets
Fine Dining
Galleries
Historic Sites
Kayaking
Museums
Theater
Unique Shopping
Geographic Setting
Urban
Well Suited For
Eco-Friendly
Honeymoons
LGBT Friendly
Romantic Escape
Inn Policies
Alcoholic Beverages Permitted
American Express Accepted
Cash Accepted
Children 12+ Permitted
Credit Cards Accepted
Smoke Free Property
Cancellation Policy
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Affiliations
National Historic Register