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The Garden and The Sea Inn

92 reviews

4188 Nelson Road
New Church, VA 23415-0275 US



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$110 to $235

Payment types accepted include Discover, American Express, Visa, Personal Checks, Master Card and Cash or checks with 3% discount.

The types of beds available include King and Queen.


Circa 1802. The Garden and Sea Inn adorns five acres with woods and wildlife, as well as landscaped gardens. Located near Chincoteague and Assateague Islands and the Chesapeake Bay in New Church, Virginia, this historic Victorian B&B is the perfect setting for year-round relaxation. Sit on the patio or on the wicker-accented porch. A swing beckons by one of the ponds or nap in a hammock. Swim in the heated pool and enjoy the shade of the adjacent gazebo. Afternoon refreshments are served in the parlor. Air-conditioned guest rooms and a suite are delightful retreats. Many boast whirlpool tubs and some include a fireplace. Whether an early riser or sleeping in, a bountiful breakfast will be available in the dining room. Sample popular German specialties as well as traditional classic dishes.Publicity and Awards: Washington Post, Modern Bride, Southern Living.Location: Country.


Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Snacks/Refreshments.
Types of meals: Snacks/Refreshments, Early Coffee/Tea, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Room Service and Gourmet Dinner.
Amenities In Room: Ceiling Fans, Cable TV, Bathrobes, Bath Amenities, Air Conditioning, Central Air, Clock Radio, Coffeemaker, DVD, Fireplace, Hair Dryer, Hot Tub/Spa/Jaccuzi, Reading Lamps, Refrigerator, Television and Wireless Internet Access.
Amenities On Site: Swimming, Phone, Parlor Games, Library, Handicap Access, Fax, DVD, Copy Machine, Television, VCR and outdoor heated pool.
Business Traveler Amenities: Gym On-site, Internet Access, Flexible Check in/out Times, Hair Dryer, Iron/Ironing Board, Television and Wireless Internet Access.
Languages Spoken: German, French



“My husband, daughter & I just had the most wonderful stay at The Garden & Sea Inn, 4188 Nelson Rd P.O. Box 275 New Church, Virginia 23415, www.gardenandseainn.com. The innkeepers, Thomas & Doro are friendly & did everything possible to make us feel welcome, comfortable and well-cared for. They have renovated the buildings with tender, loving care. We stayed in the Chablis Suite, which was just beautiful, with the perfect set-up for us (bedroom) & our daughter (sleeper sofa, TV, refrigerator & coffee maker on the other side of the bathroom, which featured a spa bathtub). The breakfast was out of this world, way too much food, & they volunteered to pack up the baked goods for later in the day. When they noticed our daughter preferred the delicious sausage to anything else, they gave her a double helping the rest of our stay. when the weather turned rainy, they asked whether she liked puzzles, and left 3 in the room. The grounds are beautiful. What makes this place unique is that pets are also welcome, but everything is so well kept, that you would never know it was also pet-friendly. There are baskets for fresh & used beach towels for dogs on each building's porch; there are bags & a receptacle for dog waste. We brought our Brittany spaniel & had a great time. We took advantage of their Winter Special (tho it was April), & enjoyed 1 night free, 2 complimentary bottles of wine, coffee, biscotti, and a basket of dog treats in our suite; snacks & beverages were always well-supplied in the main building, near the fireplace. Stay here whether or not you have children and/or pets; you will feel totally pampered.”
— Brittany Spaniel


“This B&B is in a small-town outside of Chincoteague, Virginia. It is the only pet-friendly B&B in the area. The amenities, furnishings, food and property are all beautiful, and the hospitality is great!. Enjoy a relaxing time on this large property.”
— Susan Precht


“I could not find a romm in Salisbury for a bike ride, so ended up in New Church - 28 miles away. I cannot tell you enough how much I enjoyed the place. It is charming, romantic, clean, has a large room and comfortable bed, wonderful hosts and delicious food. Must try dinner there!! Got a basket of super food for breakfast to-go, my wife could not say enough about the breakfast served in the dining room at 9 a.m.”
— Greg Segal