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Braehead Manor Bed and Breakfast

Circa 1859 historic manor home located in the Fredericksburg National Battlefield Park. Sitting on 27 acres of beautiful park land, Braehead served both north and south during the Civil War. Gen Lee took breakfast here at Braehead the morning of the 1st battle of Fredericksburg. Three rooms with private baths - Two suites and have adjoining sitting rooms. Gourmet breakfast served & many extras. Braehead Manor is minutes from Old Town Fredericksburg, known for antique stores and unique gift shops.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Public Wifi
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting Rooms
Non-Smoking Hotel
Breakfast Available
Room features
Non-Smoking Rooms
Air Conditioning
Family Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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Full view
Getting there
Ronald Reagan National Airport74 km
Dulles Intl Airport75 km
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Reviewed 7 October 2018 via mobile

We attended a wedding and it was gorgeous. The wedding party stayed 2 nights and had a fabulous time. The Manor is historic and is beautifully maintained. They have a covered pavilion for receptions. The bedrooms are quaint, but you do have shared bathrooms.

Date of stay: October 2018
Thank 208christineg
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

We had been looking for a place midway from our home to a family reunion. We found a gem. From the moment we arrived Mary Windsor made our stay a pleasant one. Almost like we were part of the family. The accommodations we excellent and...More

Date of stay: July 2017
Thank j9k9
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Three brothers in their 60s came to Fredericksburg to trace the steps of a Gr Gr Grandfather in the Battle of Fredericksburg. Turns out he fought just up the road from this wonderful inn. Mary, the Innkeeper, did everything she could do to make us...More

Date of stay: May 2017
1  Thank Charley A
Reviewed 2 May 2017

We came to Fredericksburg on our way from Charlottesville to Pennsylvania. Had liked the town when passing through before ad wanted to stay for a couple of days to explore. Picked Braehead Manor as a result of TripAdvisor reviews. They were accurate! The inn itself...More

Date of stay: April 2017
Thank marthae
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Can't say enough about our 2 night stay at Braehead Manor! It's a beautiful 1859 Manor home decorated to the period. It's warm, comfortable and smells absolutely delicious the minute you walk in the door. Mary, the Innkeeper, was definitely the highlight of our stay....More

Date of stay: March 2017
1  Thank Phyllis B
Response from Mary Windsor C, Manager at Braehead Manor Bed and BreakfastResponded 22 March 2017

Thank you for your kind words and compliments! Glad you all enjoyed your stay at Braehead Manor, I certainly enjoyed your company and look forward to you all returning. Hope the furball had a wonderful stay at his resort 😊

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5 October 2014|
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Response from Robb A | Property representative |
Hi, Thank you so much for your inquiry regarding pets at Braehead Manor. We do allow pets on a case by case basis with a $25 per night pet fee. The Innkeepers have two toy poodles themselves and a cat that stays... More
Room Tips
"Try the Grapes and Grains Trail as well as Fahrenheit 132 for lunch or dinner"
14 Feb 2017
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"For two friends, the Jane Howison Beale Suite is hard to beat."
26 Oct 2016
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"You get the entire property to yourself for 48 hours if you have a wedding here"
27 Aug 2016
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"Jane Howison Beale suite: spacious, overlooks the famous black walnut tree General Lee tied his horse to."
14 Jul 2016
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