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Why Stay At Kingsmill Resort
Set along Virginia's James River, this 3,000-acre golf resort delivers plenty of amenities—plus easy access to historic Colonial Williamsburg.
Four miles east of Colonial Williamsburg and built on the grounds of a 1730's plantation, the family-friendly, 425-room Kingsmill Resort offers easy access to the living museum without being a step back in time. The updated resort has indoor and outdoor swimming pools and 15 tennis courts, and the lush grounds along the banks of the James River are perfect for golfers, who can tee off at one of three 18-hole championship golf courses designed by legends Arnold Palmer, Pete Dye, and Curtis Strange. After a day on the greens, unwind at the James Landing Grille, with Chesapeake-inspired dishes (crab bruschetta, anyone?) and river views.
The full-day spa experience includes a two-course, poolside lunch, dessert, and a non-alcoholic drink.
A round of golf on the Plantation Course passes some of the property's most historic sites, such as the original granite staircase located near the second hole.
Arrive at Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport (PHF) which is approximately 20 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.1010 Kingsmill Rd., Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Indoor Pool
- Outdoor Pool
- Three Golf Courses
- 15 Tennis Courts
- Spa on Property
- Salon Services
- Children's Programs
- Babysitting Services
- Gift Shops
- Private Balconies or Patios
- Complimentary Wifi
- Air Conditioning
- Heating Thermostats
- Coffee Makers
- In-room Safes
- Multi-line Telephones
- Three Restaurants
- Coffee Shop
- Riverfront Dining
- 2 person max occupancy in the King room, 4 person max occupancy in the Two Doubles. Please note room type cannot be guaranteed.
- Hotel Taxes
Why We Love Williamsburg
One of America's oldest cities, Colonial Williamsburg brings 18th-century history to life with its interactive Revolutionary City program, in which costumed interpreters reenact events that took place in Williamsburg leading up to and during the Revolutionary War.
410 W. Duke of Gloucester St.
Lunch for two $20.
Where to Drink: Opened in 1974, the Green Leafe is a local landmark known for its large selection of beers—64 drafts and 150 bottled varieties. Try the Williamsburg Coffeehouse Stout, a local brew.
765 Scotland St.
Beer for two $15.
Where to Shop: The 365-acre New Town complex has a mix of local shops and national retailers. Don't miss Williamsburg Cupcake for a sweet treat, like Nana's red velvet cupcake with cream cheese frosting.
4801 Courthouse St.
Best Day Trip: History buffs will want to explore Jamestown and Yorktown to visit a re-creation of the 1607 English colony, an archeological excavation of the original settlement, and battlefield trails.
Combination tickets from $20.50 for adults.
Why Go Now
Now through September 1, 2014
Fine Southern Style
An exhibit that showcases 18th-century southern artists and their works.
May 24 - 26, 2013
Virginia Arts Festival
Concerts by trumpet player Arturo Sandoval and jazz group the Hot Sardines at the Williamsburg Lodge.