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This comfortable hotel can be found in Fredericksburg. This null offers a total of 34 34. The establishment's common areas include Wi-Fi internet connection.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Lovely, historic atmosphere and friendly staff
Reviewed 5 august, 2021
Some family members were passing through town, so we booked a "suite" for them. They enjoyed the Washington suite--with a separate room and bed. We joined them for breakfast the next morning--a very elegant setting, good food and friendly staff.
Beautiful B&B in Fredericksburg, VA
Reviewed 1 july, 2021
We spent 2 nights at this location. First of all, let me begin with the two Susan's. They were amazing every step of the way - they remove all the stops to make sure guest are taken care of. This B&B is just gorgeous, on a historic street, surrounded by many homes like this. Walking is unlimited throughout the area. The Historic downtown is just up the street with lots of shops and restaurants to choose from. Civil War battlefields are very close by. Breakfasts both mornings were delicious. Can't say enough about this beautiful home and would never hesitate to stay here again and recommend. As far as I know all sleeping rooms are upstairs.
Reviewed 20 june, 2021
we have been to over 100 bed and breakfasts in the US and Europe. Many were old and historic. The kenmore was disappointing, not because of the building but the lack of acceptable expectations. upon arrival after 5:30 pm on a Friday, the building no longer had staff. We had to see ourselves in, no staff, no cold drink, no tea or coffee available. Nothing ! Just find your own way to your room. The French room was small but adequate , but unfortunately there was 1/4 roll of toilet paper and no one to ask for more. An extra roll was not left in the room. Staff were no where to be found The toilet actually was up against a wall so use meant leaning against the wall and the towel rack. A very tight squeeze especially for one with wide shoulders. It meant leaning on the towels while using the toilet. the bathroom sink was falling off the wall and unsteady and shaky. The shower curtain had mold on it. The bathroom cabinet was rusted and disgusting. The carpets were quite dirty and stained. They were not vacuumed as there was small debris on the floor. There was no place to get anything to drink, but there was two warm bottles of water in the room. The next morning breakfast was somewhat meager for a Bed and breakfast . One had to choose between things normally offered, such as if you chose eggs you could get either bacon, sausage or fruit or yogurt with the eggs. That's it other than toast. There was nothing special , less inviting than a Denny's or I Hop. You could not get yogurt or fruit is you got a slice of bacon. The bathroom door squealed so loud it sounded like an angry donkey. Anyone using the bathroom in the middle of the night not only woke up their partner but also the people next door. I noticed the staff about this the next morning, a little WD-40 would have resolved the problem, but no one came and another night of loud, very loud bathroom door, like from a scary movie. Really enough to wake up neighbors. Throughout our two days there was not a morsel of drink or snack, tea or coffee offered other than breakfast. Breakfast, which is normally served in a very inviting dining room was served instead in a dark dingy musty basement room. The reason first time was an afternoon party scheduled for that room, however no explanation as to why on the second day. This Bed and breakfast was not up to the standards advertised. Other than our breakfast server, we never saw any staff and there were no one suggesting restaurants or where to go to enjoy the area. The bed was wonderful, but the experience was disappointing.
If there were 6 starts to give . . . .
Reviewed 10 june, 2021
. . . we would award to this great property! 5 for the Inn and an extra star for the host Susan. Perfectly situated at the edge of old Fredericksburg (George Washington's Mother's house is just around the corner), it is an easy walk from the Amtrak station and fit our criteria for a 'no car' getaway. Fredericksburg itself is a a very walkable historical gem including the feature civil war battlefield (also within walking distance) and the Kenmore Inn definitely kept the feeling throughout our visit. The Kenmore (if you will) is a nice blend of classic historical Inn and full service B & B. Once a Fredericksburg mansion, it retains the feeling of the time. Carefully restored and yet up to date amenities. A FULL breakfast included and a very helpful staff (held bags while extending our day until train departure time) made our stay easy. Always hesitant to over-rate a place, but we would rate this one exceptional and we've stayed at a bunch of them. Thank you Susan, staff, and proprietor for a very nice experience.
Great Experience and Value
Reviewed 4 october, 2020
We stayed at the Kenmore Inn for our wedding anniversary and had a great experience. The inn is within close walking distance from the downtown area and is virtually surrounded by historic buildings. Our room was elegant. The complimentary breakfast was delicious and made to order. We highly recommended the Kenmore Inn.