King George, VA 

Belle Grove Plantation Bed & Breakfast

9221 Belle Grove Drive
King George, VA 22485 US

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Rates: $199 to $295
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Overall Rating: 5 hearts (8 reviews)


Circa 1791. History was made at this sprawling inn that has hosted many famous people throughout its 300 year history and was the birthplace of President James Madison. Four master suites have all the amenities of the modern world along with antiques reflecting the nature of the home including an 1830 rare Acorn Full Tester Poplar queen bed and an 1885 Cheval Mirror. Walk in the footsteps of great leaders on the original heart pine floors. All guest rooms offer private bathrooms and views of the Rappahannock River and plantation. Breakfast is a modern twist on classic flavors including blueberry oatmeal streusel French toast with port wine poached pears or scallion and cream cheese scrambled eggs with vanilla frozen yogurt and roasted plums and heirloom tomatoes. Join other guests each evening upstairs in the Grand Hallway for a social hour. With 694 acres of fields and woods guests are almost certain to see deer, foxes, osprey, or wild turkeys.Publicity and Awards: The Free Lance Star: Couple hopes to open bed-and-breakfast in King George County at Belle Grove, the birthplace of President James Madison - 9/29/2012 Supervisors OK Plans for Belle Grove B&B - March 20, 2013 A tree with a history falls in King George - April 18, 2013 Belle Grove gets some helping hands - June 25, 2013 Home with a History is Ready for a New Chapter - July 22, 2013 The King George Journal: History in Pictures - March 8, 2013 Old and Majestic Belle Grove Plantation to open in June - May 15, 2013 Belle Grove Open House is 4th of July Success - July 11, 2013 The Citizen of Chesapeake: Uncovering History and Pursuing Dreams: Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast - October 23, 2012 Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast: Opening for Business! - 8/1/2013, ABC 7 Washington /WJLA-TV - August, 2013.Location: Waterfront, Country and Historic Landmark.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $199 to $295
Payment types accepted include Discover, American Express, Master Card, Visa and Exact Cash or Money Order.
Rooms: This property has 8 total guest accommodations, 4 with private bath, 2 with fireplaces, 4 suites and 1 conference room.
The types of beds available include Queen.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Minimum 2 night stay on Weekends, Special Events and Holidays
Cancellation: If your travel plans change and you must cancel your reservation, please call us at least 10 (ten) days prior to your arrival date to cancel your reservation less a $35 processing fee. In the unlikely event that you must cancel with less than 10 (ten) day notice, shorten your stay or check out early, please understand that we must ask you to take responsibility for your entire reservation. If we can rebook your room(s), a full or partial refund may be made. A 30 day cancellation notice is required on whole house bookings and for some holidays and special events.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, Hors d'oeuvres and Wine.
Types of meals: Afternoon Tea, Country Breakfast, Early Coffee/Tea, Full Breakfast, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Hors d'oeuvres, Room Service, Vegetarian Breakfast and Wine.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Bath Amenities, Cable TV, Coffeemaker, Elevator in Building, Fireplace, Hair Dryer, Heating, Iron/Ironing Board, Telephone, Television, Turn-Down Service and Wireless Internet Access.
Amenities On Site: Dryer, Free parking on premise, Suitable for Events and Washer.
Business Traveler Amenities: Desk, Flexible Check in/out Times, Hair Dryer, Internet Access, Iron/Ironing Board, Television and Wireless Internet Access.


Events Hosted: Family Reunions, Honeymoons, Meetings, Romantic Getaways, Seminars, Weddings, Retreats, Workshops and Social Gatherings.
Other Activities: Wineries, Water Sports, Sports Events, Major College, Shopping (Local Crafts), Parks, Museums, Live Theater, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Golf, Fishing, Canoeing/Kayaking, Bicycling, Beaches, Art Galleries, Antiquing and Amusement Park.

Historic Interest

We are the birthplace of James Madison. George Washington was a frequent visitor to the plantation. When John Wilkes Booth was escaping through Virginia, the detachment pursuing him stopped at the plantation and rested. LtCol Everton Congar, on e of the officers in the detachment slept in the Grand Hallway.
Historic Awards: National Historical Site (Granted), National Register (Granted) and State Historical Site (Granted).
Historic sites nearby: Stratford Hall (Robert E Lee's Family home),George Washington's Birthplace (Pope Creek), George Washington's Boyhood Home (Ferry Farm), James Monroe's Birthplace, Mary Washington's Home, Kenmore Plantation (George Washington's sister's home),Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Military Park, Hugh Mercer Apotheycary Shop, Rising Sun Tavern (George Washigton's brother's tavern)

Romantic Interest

Come and stay in our second floor Master Suite with private bath and relax in our claw foot soaking tub. Cuddle together on our Riverview Balcony with a glass of wine and watch the sun set on the river. Enjoy your gourmet breakfast in your room or on our Riverview Balcony.