If you’re looking for the perfect combination of historic charm and modern amenities, look no further than Traveller’s Rest Farm in Virginia. This sprawling property offers not only a beautifully restored Equestrian Facility and Main House, but also a Guest House with a fascinating history all its own.
Built in 1760, the original portion of the Guest House served as a stopping point for none other than George Washington himself during his travels between Mt. Vernon and Williamsburg. Today, it continues to welcome guests as a successful Airbnb, offering all the comforts of home in a truly unique setting.
The Manor House, constructed in 1860, boasts two stories over a high English Basement and features stucco on brick construction, original pine floors, moldings, staircases and mantels, and 12’+ ceilings. Large windows throughout the house offer beautiful ambient light and breathtaking views of the surrounding pastoral landscape.
Outside, the property is just as impressive. A fully stocked farm pond with its own beautifully sited barn is the perfect vantage point for enjoying early morning sunrises, while the Equestrian Facility offers state-of-the-art amenities for horse lovers. And with easy access to Richmond, Williamsburg, and Fredericksburg, Traveller’s Rest Farm is a true oasis and historic treasure with so much to offer.
Whether you’re looking for a peaceful retreat, a unique vacation rental opportunity, or a functional equestrian facility, Traveller’s Rest Farm has it all. So why wait? Check out this incredible property today and experience the perfect blend of history and modern comfort for yourself!
4801 Newtown Road, St Stephens Church, VA 23148