Newport News, VA 

Boxwood Inn

10 Elmhurst St
Newport News, VA 23603-1138 US

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Rates: $105 to $145
Total Rooms: 4


Circa 1897. Formerly a Warwick County Hall of Records, a post office, a general store, and then home of the prominent Curtis family, this historic plantation-style inn has hosted many important political and social events. Antiques found in the sprawling attic are found in every room as part of the period decor. Local museums display the remaining cherished memorabilia. The guest bedrooms are eye-pleasing and hold stories of their own, housing soldiers and their families during both World War I and II. A savory breakfast is served in the Blue Willow Tea Room. Located in Historic Lee Hall Village, Colonial Williamsburg, as well as Revolutionary and Civil War battlefields are an easy drive.Location: City/Urban and 6 miles east of Colonial Williamsburg.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $105 to $145
Payment types accepted include Travelers Checks, Visa, Personal Checks, Discover and Master Card.
Rooms: This property has 4 total guest accommodations with private bath.
The types of beds available include Queen.


Cancellation: One week

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Lunch, Early Coffee/Tea, Banquet Service, Dinner, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Catering Service, Afternoon Tea, Picnic Lunches, Snacks/Refreshments and Wine.
Amenities In Room: Refrigerator, Snack Bar, Hair Dryer, Coffeemaker, Air Conditioning, Wireless Internet Access, Iron/Ironing Board and Fireplace.
Amenities On Site: Suitable for Events, Fax, Copy Machine and large sitting porch.
Business Traveler Amenities: FAX On-site and Wireless Internet Access.


Events Hosted: Honeymoons, Weddings, Meetings, Romantic Getaways, Family Reunions, Seminars and special dinner events (see our web site).
Other Activities: Art Galleries, Beaches, Bicycling, Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Sports Events, Major College, Tennis, Water Sports, Wineries, Antiquing, Amusement Park, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown Battlefields and Endview Plantation.

Historic Interest

Built in 1896, the Inn was the home of Simon Curtis
Historic Awards: National Historical Site (Granted), State Historical Site (Granted) and Friends of the Lee Hall Historic Train Station.
Historic Memberships: Local Historical Society and Local tourism award.
Historic sites nearby: Lee Hall Mansion, Endview Plantation, Colonial Williamsburg (6 miles)