Saturday, June 22, 2013

Williamsburg Gardens

Hi There

Hope all is well.  I am visiting my family back in Pennsylvania and wanted to share some photos of our trip to Williamsburg, VA so far.  We stopped there for a resting point on our drive to  PA.

Here are some photos of the gardens in the colonial area along with some others.....Hope you enjoy.

Love this idea as a plant shelf!

Here are a couple of pics from our Bed and Breakfast that we stayed in.  The Bentley Manor Inn was a wonderful place and the hosts were so friendly and hospitable.  More information can be found here.
It is located within walking distance to Colonial Williamsburg.

Lovely Four Poster Bed

We had a wonderful breakfast in this dining room which included a choice of homemade sweet potato pancakes with bacon or choice of omelet and bacon.  The pancakes were fabulous!

Blue Talon Bistro
This is one of our favorite restaurants to dine.  More information can be found here.

Well I hope you enjoyed the photos of Williamsburg.  Now I am having some fun in Pennsylvania with friends and family.  I will share some more photos when I return.

Thanks for your visit.


  1. I love that idea for a plant shelf! I've always wanted to stay at a bed and breakfast. Looks like y'all had a wonderful time there. Enjoy your time with family!

  2. Kelly,
    Looks like you are having a great trip so far. Enjoy. The history and scenery is beautiful. Have a fun and safe trip.

  3. Hi Kelly,

    Such charming surroundings! I am especially enchanted with the B&B, both its exterior and interior spaces! How utterly idyllic! Thanks for sharing!

    Poppy (visiting via Maria Elena's)

  4. Williamsburg is such a fun place to visit. The gardens and properties are lovely! Hope you have a great visit with your family.
    Mary Alice

  5. What a beautiful place to visit!!!! Love the window used as a plant shelf....very clever! Have a great weekend :o)

  6. It all looks so lovely Kelly! Is that a picture of Abraham Lincoln and his wife above the bed? I love the sweet sheep laying there resting too. Are you back home now?

  7. i love studying the old colonial gardens. it's amazing what they were able to do without the use of toxic pesticides. i'm currently searching for an old potting shed to fill with antique pots and garden tools - moss included!




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