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In colonial Williamsburg, you can get lost in old-time grandeur at hotels near the Governor’s Palace or pay a visit to the public armory to learn about the Revolutionary War. If you need a little more adventure, then look for a hotel near Busch Gardens, home to rollercoasters, water rides, and animal encounters.
From historic colonnades to pristine golf courses, and refined spas, the resort hotels in Colonial Williamsburg are calling your family’s name. Kingsmill Resort is an incredible place to stay, fulfilling dreams for each person in your family—the waterslide, kids pool, and playground is a win for the littluns while the spa, 36 holes of golf, and sport galore sets bigguns up for a truly sensational stay. For classic European charm, the understated elegance, comfy four-posters, and vineyard views at Wedmore Place draw you into all things Williamsburg.
To find great deals on Williamsburg getaways for your family, just enter your travel dates and hit search. From here, apply the family-friendly filter to see a selection of the best available accommodation. You can add more kid-friendly filters to refine your results: Think resorts with pools, waterparks, hot tubs, and more.
Williamsburg family resorts work hard to give guests big and small a genuine Virginian welcome. As well as fabulous amenities, like kids clubs, waterslides, playgrounds, you can find hotels that offer free parking, included breakfast to set you up for a day of exploring, and extra beds to accommodate the whole family. There are some resorts where kids stay free, too.
Comfortable, clean, and welcoming, Bassett Motel fits the bill with in-room microwaves and refrigerators. It also offers free WiFi and free parking. With breakfast and parking included, an outdoor pool and picnic area, and laundry for peace of mind, Travelodge by Wyndham Williamsburg Colonial Area is a great option for a cheap vacation in Williamsburg.
Williamsburg is a fantastic family-friendly location all year round, though naturally it is busier the summer months. There’s plenty more for kids to do at this time of year, too, with waterparks, theme parks, and outdoor adventure at every turn. For a quieter retreat, consider a visit during spring or fall.
Of course, kids love Busch Gardens Williamsburg. But it’s not the only adventure park in this neck of the woods. Water Country USA—with 40-plus water rides and attractions with a 60s surf theme—is Virginia’s largest water park. For a more peaceful pastime enjoying that feeling of times past, take a stroll around Merchants Square, packed with shops, cafes, and markets.
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