Colonial Williamsburg Hotels


310 South England St.
Williamsburg, VA 23185
(757) 253-2277


Hotel Website








Special Room Rate:

Williamsburg Lodge Superior rooms: $129 (single or double)

Williamsburg Lodge Deluxe rooms: $149 (single or double)


For Online Reservations

You can make your reservations online through You will be able to access the website to make, change, or modify your reservations.


For Call in Reservations


You may call the toll-free number 1-800-261-9530 to make reservations. Please use the Booking ID 19657 when calling.



Cut-off Date


The cut-off date for that special rate is February 7, 20112




Complimentary self-parking for all guests

Free shuttle access to visit all historical sites


Area Airports


Convenient access via major airlines is possible with more than 200 flights, including nearly 30 non-stops, arriving daily to three international airports just 25 to 45 minutes away: Newport News-Williamsburg (PHF), Norfolk (ORF), and Richmond International (RIC). Each has rental car and limousine services.


Driving Directions


From Interstate 64, take exit 238 onto Route 143 East. Follow Route 143 to the second traffic light and bear right onto Route 132 (Henry Street). Continue on Henry Street through the Historic Area. At the third traffic light, turn left onto Francis Street. Turn right on the second street (South England); the Lodge is immediately on the right. Turn into the circular drive on the right and check in at the Williamsburg Lodge Lobby. (757) 220- 7976 .


Street Address: Williamsburg Lodge, 310 South England Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185



Other Transportation


By Car
Williamsburg is midway between Richmond and Norfolk on I-64 (exit 238). After exiting, look for the America’s Historic Triangle directional signs (blue with red-and-white “ribbon”), where you’ll notice the Colonial Williamsburg logo. The signs will direct you to the Visitor Center (address: 101A Visitor Center Drive [Hwy 132Y]). Once you purchase your admission pass, you can either take the complimentary shuttle bus or walk to Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area.


By Train or Bus
Amtrak serves the Williamsburg Transportation Center with a connecting train from Washington, D.C. The center is just blocks from the Historic Area and provides car rentals, a cab stand, and Greyhound Bus connections.





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