Hotel’s Location in Chester near Henricus Historical Park
Explore an area of great natural beauty and historical significance when you stay at the Country Inn & Suites. The hotel’s location in Chester is minutes from Dutch Gap Conservation Area, a spectacular nature reserve that surrounds Henricus Historical Park, a living history museum that educates and entertains visitors with scenes of what life was like in 1611. Take the kids for a fun afternoon of go-karts, laser tag and mini golf at Iron Bridge Sports Park, or give them a glimpse of the past with a tour through Magnolia Grange or Castlewood Plantation House. You are also just a short drive from Richmond Fort Lee, Petersburg National Battlefield and Virginia State University when you stay at the Country Inn & Suites in Chester. The hotel is near the following attractions:
- Castlewood Plantation House (6.5 miles)
This Palladian-style residence exhibits unique architectural features and serves as headquarters for the Chesterfield Historical Society.
Phone: +1 (804) 777-9663
- Fort Lee Military Base (10 miles)
About 34,000 people live on this U.S. Army base, the primary purpose of which is to train sustainment soldiers.
- Henricus Historical Park and the Dutch Gap Conservation Area (3.9 miles)
Visitors to this living history museum can learn what life was like in 1611 in the Citie of Henricus settlement. The park is located in the beautiful Dutch Gap Conservation area, which features miles of trails and views of diverse wildlife.
Phone: +1 (804) 706-9690
- Iron Bridge Sports Park (5.4 miles)
The whole family can enjoy mini golf, batting cages, a driving range, go-karts and laser tag. Best of all, the hotel offers discounts to Iron Bridge at the front desk.
Phone: +1 (804) 748-7770
- Magnolia Grange (6.9 miles)
Built in 1823, this Federal-style plantation home has been owned by many public officials and offers visitors a glimpse of 19th century daily life.
Phone: +1 (804) 796-1479
- R. Garland Dodd Park at Point of Rocks (6.3 miles)
Take a walk on a floating boardwalk through a freshwater tidal marsh at this 176-acre park or picnic in one of several open-air shelters.
Phone: +1 (804) 530-2459
- Richmond, Virginia (17 miles)
Be sure to check out Virginia’s capital and enjoy top-notch sightseeing, shopping, dining and nightlife options. From beautiful gardens to art museums, there’s always something to do or see in this lively city.
Phone: +1 (804) 782-2777
- Virginia State University (9 miles)
Overlooking the scenic Appomattox River, this public university has a student population of 5,200 and offers 55 baccalaureate and masters degree programs.
Phone: +1 (804) 524-5200