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Romantic Bed and Breakfasts in Newport News

Newport News is filled with memorabilia of our countryÂ’s development with the founding of Jamestown. Sitting on the shores of the Hampton Roads Harbor you have can explore the history of maritime connection to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Boxwood Inn Bed and Breakfast is a historic landmark and one of the few bed and breakfasts in Newport News area, located at 10 Elmhurst Street, Historic Lee Hall Village, Newport News, VA 23603 Telephone: 757.888.8854.   The guest rooms are filled with antiques and moments of yesterday, offering romantic dinners, and relaxing views from the porch swing.  As a southern mansion the hospitality of the Boxwood Inn keepers match the charm of the times.  

Sites to Visit

The Boxwood Inn is in the heart of the Lee Hall Village; dating back to the Victorian period.  The Lee Hall Manor is the last of the prewar houses on the Virginia Peninsula.  The Lee Hall Train Depot was built in the late 1880s, intending to connect the Ohio River Valley to the sea.

The Mariner’s Museum is the largest International Maritime Museum in the world. The museum is home to the Monitor and the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary, which protects the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor; famed for its encounter with the Confederate ironclad Virginia in 1862.

Newport News is filled with memorabilia of our country’s development with the founding of Jamestown. Sitting on the shores of the Hampton Roads Harbor you have can explore the history of maritime connected to the Atlantic Ocean. Colonial Williamsburg portrays the U.S. 18th century lifestyles and what would become the center of a new nation. Be sure to visit the museums, take a stroll through the avenues of antiques, experience the cuisines of the area, revisit our nation’s past and celebrate the birth places of some of our most noted individuals.


General “Black Jack” Pershing Suite

The Inn has been host to some famous military personalities starting with the General “Black Jack” Pershing.  General Pershing led the American Forces during WWI.  Room rate: $145 per night

The Politician's Room

Received its name due to the numerous political gatherings and social events. The Boxwood Inn continues with its historical tradition of entertaining, offering the Inn for your own gatherings and events.  Room Rate: $135

Miss Nana's Room

Take a step back into time in this room with its own set of antiques and memorabilia from the area. Room Rate: $115

The Traveling Salesman

In appreciation for the teas and spices left by a salesman, this room carry’s the name of “The Traveling Salesman”.  The room has an antique tub, perfect for a warm soak after a day of site seeing.  Room Rate: $105 per night


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Comments (3)

Very interesting read..thanks

This is very sweet and cute...

I, agree with PG. Newport News hs always been my most favorite place in Virginia. I was stationed there for two years..voted