Directions to our Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg, Virginia
From Richmond, traveling I-64 East take exit 234 and turn right onto Rt. 199 East. Travel approximately 7 miles on Rt. 199 East to the second stoplight which is Jamestown Rd. turn left. Travel 1/4 mile past one stoplight, Liberty Rose will be on the left hand side after that light and before the church which is also on the left.
From Virginia Beach, traveling I-64 West take exit 242A, second exit, which will be Rt. 199 West. Travel Rt. 199 West approximately 5 miles to the 4 stoplight which is Jamestown Rd. turn right. Travel 1/4 mile past one stoplight, Liberty Rose will be on the left hand side after that light and before the church which is also on the left.
From Merchants Square where Jamestown Road starts travel 1 1/3 mile out past the College of William & Mary on the right, Lake Matoka on the right to Liberty Rose on the right, directly after the church on the right.
Our Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg, Virginia is 1 and 1/3 mile (on the right) from the corner point of W&M College and Colonial Williamsburg’s Merchant Square. Landmark… large Walnut Hills church. We are up on a hill directly beside it. Watch for long white picket fence and brick columns at the entrance.
Take the Train to our Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg, Virginia
With family up and down the east coast, the innkeeper and cook at The Liberty Rose know and enjoy the benefits of taking the train. The best Amtrak service into and out of Williamsburg are three services daily that run the entire northeast corridor from Boston, without changing trains. The Williamsburg Amtrak station is a quaint restored small town depot just three blocks from Duke of Gloucester street and the College of William & Mary. There are always plenty of taxis waiting each train’s arrival, with a quick 6 dollar fare to the Inn. Or if you prefer, our special pick up service can be requested. Train is a great way to travel. If you need to rent a car for more freedom while in the area, there are several auto rentals with pick up services from the station, or one that will drop the car off at the inn when you arrive. The area has well established and reasonably priced taxi service, allowing guest to avoid parking issues and enjoy this very walk and bike friendly town. If you haven’t tried the train before, or are already a seasoned rail adventurer, contact Amtrak.com and book your train to Liberty Rose today. Some of the cities with direct service to Williamsburg include: Boston, NYC, Newark, Trenton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, Alexandria, and Richmond. Round Trip economy prices range from $200 to $40 per person with ride times from 12 hours (Boston) to 3.5 hours (Washington).