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We've stayed in a number of B&B's and have never been as pleased with our stay as here. The city is lovely, the neighborhood is walkable, diverse and interesting. And Anna, the hostess and owner does her utmost to make her guests comfortable and acquainted...More
We stayed here for 3 nights when visiting Richmond from England to celebrate our daughter's 21st birthday. We were really impressed with the rooms, lovely and spacious and furnished in tasteful and traditional style. Anna laid on delicious breakfasts with real quality ingredients. Evening cheese...More
When Museum District B&B's proprietor Anna Currence showed me my suite, I was thrilled. It was handsome, comfortable, and huge! (The bathroom especially impressed me with its huge tub and steam bath/shower.) The B&B is right across the street from the VMFA which is wonderful...More
A lovely property with a gracious hostess! Amazing breakfasts to fortify the traveller for a day at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art or the Historical Museum, both easy walking distance. In the evening Anna offers wine, cheese, and great conversation in the dining room....More
The Museum District B&B is very special. The hospitality, thoughtfulness, organization, and eye for quality of the proprietor, Anna Currence, is nonpareil. The location is superb, as is the quality of the furnishings, linens, books, and delicious breakfast—served on a white linen table cloth with...More
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Hi! The owner, Anna, is very honest and straightforward. You can feel comfortable asking her. Still, I'll share what I remember. The Judge Rhea Suite has one bed (on the sleeping porch), and a cosy living room. The John... More
Hi! The owner, Anna, is very honest and straightforward. You can feel comfortable asking her. Still, I'll share what I remember. The Judge Rhea Suite has one bed (on the sleeping porch), and a cosy living room. The John Lane Suite is actually 3 separate bedrooms, each with one bed, that open onto the upstairs hall. Any other B&B I've stayed at would have rented them individually, not as a suite. None of the bedroom doors have locks on them. I personally wouldn't feel comfortable having my child sleeping alone in a room that opens onto a public hall. It's worth asking Anna if she has a cot or air mattress that can be set up in the Judge Shea Suite, or the John Lane Suite bedroom you are staying in.
The main living area of the house (living and dining rooms) are spacious, so no worries about bumping into things. And even though Anna has decorated the house to the "9's", it still feels comfortable and welcoming. The Carriage House, separate from the main house, is very small. It's the only place I'd advise against staying. Does that help?