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January 21, 2012

The Brick House Tavern Guest House, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia





The Brick House Tavern is one of the guest houses available to rent by the public in Colonial Williamsburg. It is conveniently located on Duke of Gloucester Street; the main street in the historic district. It was rebuilt on its original 1720 foundation. The Brick House Tavern provided rooms as late as the end of the War of 1812 when an American cavalry troop quartered there.  Click here to learn more about the guest houses. 

11 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful building, love all the little attic windows up top and the sign is brilliant, ONLY good rooms, thank goodness for that! Hope you are having a good weekend Darryl and Ruth.

Birdman said...

I could pull a stool up here no problem.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

16 good rooms - I wonder how many bad rooms they have.

Linda G. said...

Lovely building. I like the orange trim.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I remember seeing the Brick House Tavern when we were there and making a comment that it would be neat to stay in one of those rooms sometime. Bet they are expensive though...

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs to you both,
Betsy

eileeninmd said...

It is a pretty building and it would be cool to stay overnight there. Great shot. Have a wonderful weekend!

Tanya said...

beautiful...as is all of williamsburg!

Deb said...

They are still building houses that look like this close to where I live, some things never change!

Robert Geiss said...

As seen from here, this comes close to a dream.

Please have you all a good Sunday.

Pat Tillett said...

Love that old building!

Jeff said...

Beautiful building. I imagine it's a bit more $ to stay there versus the motel down the road...but possibly worth it if one wants to immerse themselves in the atmosphere.

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