Stay near Old Town Fredericksburg, Virginia at This Hotel
The Country Inn & Suites Fredericksburg puts guests in proximity of the best attractions in the area, from charming Old Town Fredericksburg to Kings Dominion. For a special evening, cruise down the Rappahannock River or visit the Riverside Center Dinner Theater and Conference Facility, within walking distance of the hotel. Prospective students and parents visiting to see the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia will love that the hotel is so convenient to the campus.
Don't miss out on these attractions:
- Riverside Center Dinner Theater & Conference Facility (0.25 miles)
Have an elegant evening out to a Broadway show and an upscale dinner within walking distance of the hotel.
Phone: +1 (540) 370-4300
- Mary Washington House (4.2 miles)
This beautiful historic home and grounds once belonged to George Washington's mother.
Phone: +1 (540) 373-1569
- Kenmore Plantation (4.3 miles)
Built by George Washington's sister, Betty Washington Lewis, this Georgian-style mansion provides a glimpse of life in Fredericksburg before the Revolutionary War.
Phone: +1 (540) 373-3381
- James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library (4.5 miles)
This museum will take you through the life and times of James Monroe.
Phone: +1 (540) 654-1043
- University of Mary Washington (4.5 miles)
This public liberal arts university is home to a number of beautiful neoclassical buildings and annual campus events.
Phone: +1 (540) 654-1000
- Fredericksburg River Cruises (5 miles)
For a romantic evening on the Rappahannock River, book a dinner cruise on the City of Fredericksburg paddlewheel boat. The cruise departs from the City Dock on Sophia Street.
Phone: +1 (804) 453-2628
- Old Town Fredericksburg (5 miles)
This 40-block historic district features original 18th-century architecture and quaint, tree-lined streets. Spend the day browsing more than 100 boutiques, bookstores, antique shops and art galleries.
Phone: +1 (540) 373-1776
- George Washington's Ferry Farm (5.8 miles)
Explore ongoing archaeological excavations at the site of George Washington’s childhood home. You can also tour the beautifully landscaped grounds overlooking the Rappahannock River.
Phone: +1 (540) 370-0732
- Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park (7.5 miles)
Known as the “Bloodiest Landscape in America,” this military park contains four Civil War battlefields: Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness and Spotsylvania.
Phone: +1 (540) 373-6122
- National Museum of the Marine Corps (19.7 miles)
Dedicated to the United States Marines, this captivating museum features more than 60,000 uniforms, weapons, medals and flags, including the second American flag raised atop Iwo Jima’s Mount Suribachi.
Phone: +1 (877) 635-1775
- Kings Dominion (37 miles)
Don’t miss the thrilling rides at this outstanding amusement park, which include the Intimidator 305, the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the area.
Phone: +1 (804) 876-5000