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Beginnings of the Northern Neck Virginia

Captain John Smith, who visited in 1608 referred to the Northern Neck Virginia "as a place heaven and earth never agreed better to frame man's habitation," and President George Washington, born at Pope's Creek, called it "the garden of Virginia." Within easy driving distance of Virginia Beach, Washington, D.C., Richmond and southern Maryland, "the Neck" is one of the most historic regions in Virginia. It was even known as the “Athens of the New World” during Colonial times because of the nation’s founding families who lived here, such as the Washingtons and the Lees. The region supported and attracted English settlement. They built stately homes and farmed tobacco for export to England. This became the cornerstone of the area economy.

During the "Steamboat Era" (1813 to 1927) the Northern Neck Virginia utilized a network of roughly 600 steamboats to move people and trade products (local produce, seafood and tobacco for manufactured goods, spices, and fruits) throughout the Chesapeake Bay area. The steamboat made the region more accessible to Baltimore, Maryland and even provided residents with entertainment from the James Adams Floating Theater that brought plays and vaudeville-type shows to area ports of call.
Bordered by the Potomac River, the Rappahannock River and the Chesapeake Bay, this peninsula was originally inhabited by eight Indian tribes. The waters of the rivers, bay and their tributaries provide a haven for boaters and water enthusiasts, and have supported a fishing industry for generations. Colonial architecture, small-town charm, bed & breakfast inns, wineries, museums and historic sites, marinas and retail shops are what attract visitors to the Northern Neck Virginia.

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Northern Neck Virginia Counties

Four counties make up the peninsula called the Northern Neck Virginia which is bounded to the north by the Potomac River, to the south by the Rappahannock River, and to the east by the Chesapeake Bay, the counties include Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland. King George County's welcome sign states that they are the Gateway to the Northern Neck Virginia, so they are often unofficially included.

Lancaster County | Northumberland County | Richmond County | Westmoreland County

Lancaster County

The Lancaster County Visitors Center 800-579-9102 is in the Chesapeake Commons Shopping Center. On VA 200 between White Stone and Irvington you'll find Historic Christ Church, a National Historic Landmark completed in 1735. This Colonial Episcopal church with a native walnut altarpiece, wainscoted pews and triple-decker pulpit with dome top is about 1 1/2 miles north of Irvington. Also on the church grounds are a museum, small gift shop, and restrooms. On Carter’s Creek at Irvington is The Tides Inn (800-843-3746 or 804-438-5000), recognized by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the world’s premier resorts. Tennis, biking, sailing, canoeing, fishing, or relaxing on the sandy beach are some of the activities to be enjoyed here. Golf Digest has rated the resort’s Golden Eagle course one of Virginia’s top ten golf courses. For many years, moonlight, lunch, and dinner cruises were available aboard the 127-foot classic 1926 yacht, the Miss Ann who moved to Colonial Beach in the fall of 2008 and then to the Gangplank Marina in D.C. She's currently back in Colonial Beach and listed for sale. At Lancaster on VA 3 in the Northern Neck Virginia is the Mary Ball Washington Museum, honoring George Washington’s mother, who was born in Lancaster County. In the museum complex are the Old Clerk’s Office from the 1790's and an 1820 jail. The self-guided walking tour of the Lancaster Courthouse Historic District highlights 350 years of Lancaster County history.

Northumberland County

The fishing village of Reedville is located on the northeastern tip of the Northern Neck Virginia in Northumberland County. This picturesque village of grand old Victorian homes were built at the turn of the century by ship captains and wealthy industrialists. Some of these homes have been converted into Bed and Breakfast Inns. I love the village atmosphere of this place. Once when I visited, I spotted a sign that said something like, "Reedville, VA - population: 84, dogs: 3" The Reedville Fishermen’s Museum is located on Cockrell’s Creek in the center of the historic district. Here you'll see a variety of typical Chesapeake Bay workboats such as a crabbing skiff, a menhaden striker boat (there's a thriving menhaden industry here) and a 1929 buyboat pilothouse. Grab a brochure of the Reedville Walking Tour as a guide to the turn-of-the-century Victorian homes on Main Street. Reedville is a premier destination for saltwater anglers. Many charter boats operate out of Cockrell’s Creek. The annual Reedville Bluefish Derby in mid-June draws hundreds of boaters in pursuit of fish and cash prizes. Reedville is also the site of the Blessing of the Fleet on the first Sunday in May. From May through October 15 cruise boats depart Reedville at 10a.m. daily for Tangier Island, which is 17 miles out in the Chesapeake Bay east of Reedville. The Northumberland County Visitor’s Center (804-529-5031) is located at 410 Northumberland Highway at Callao in the northwestern part of the county.

Westmoreland County

Westmoreland County has several attractions of interest. The historic deep-water harbor of Kinsale is a boaters’ community between two branches of the Yeocomico River in the southeastern corner of the county on VA 203. The town was a commercial shipping hub until the early 1900's when steamboats were no longer utilized. Colonial Beach is the second longest public beach in Virginia, and a favorite riverside recreation area for over a century. Since the days of steamer ships bringing in vacationers and weekenders from D.C. and Northern Virginia, this "Playground on the Potomac" continues to attract many beachgoers and tourists with it's historical sites, beaches, boating, fine restaurants, shops, and thriving art community. The birthplaces of George Washington, Robert E. Lee, and 5th U.S. President James Monroe are only about 10 miles apart, as the crow flies, near the southwestern side of the Potomac River. Lee was born at Stratford Hall Plantation, a huge H-shaped manor house built in the late 1730's, and home to many prominent members of the Lee family. On the grounds are a formal garden outlined in boxwoods, a reconstructed gristmill turned by a giant waterwheel, and three miles of nature trails that wind through woods where General Lee once rode horses. From the bluffs overlooking the Potomac River is a magnificent view of the river cliffs where fossils from ancient seas are embedded. It's possible to find fossilized shark's teeth here. Visitors who arrive in the middle of the day can enjoy a plantation lunch served in a log cabin. Stratford Hall is maintained and operated by the nonprofit Robert E. Lee Memorial Association. Thanksgiving Dinner at Stratford is a sell-out every year and reservations must be made early. From Route 3, head east on VA 214 about 2 miles to the entrance on the left. 804-493-8038.

Richmond County

Founded in 1692, Richmond County is located in the heart of the Northern Neck Virginia. Throughout its existence, farming, fishing, and forestry have formed the backbone of the county's economy. Serving as the crossroads of U.S. Route 360 and State Route 3, the county seat of Warsaw is currently the headquarters for many regional government agencies as well as a regional community college, vocational center, and jail.

Northern Neck Virginia Attractions

Beaches | Birding | Boating | Bowling | Cycling | Horse Riding | Nature Trails | Flying | Shooting | Art | Movie Theatres | Music | Golf | Skating | Hunting | Fishing

Northern Neck Virginia Beaches

  • Colonial Beach - the second-longest public beach in Virginia is found in this fun riverside resort town.
  • George Washington's Birthplace - a beach area can be found past the picnic grounds.
  • Vir-Mar Beach - a small, sandy beach in Northumberland County with an observation platform offering beautiful views.
  • Westland Beach - a remote beach in Lancaster County at Windmill Point.
  • Westmoreland State Park - swimming is not allowed at the beach here, but there's an olympic-sized pool.

    Northern Neck Virginia Birding

  • Bird watching in the 21-site Coastal Northern Neck Loop of the Northern Neck Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail allows for viewing of wide diversity of songbirds, wading birds, waterfowl, majestic bald eagles and more in a variety of habitats like salt and freshwater marshes, croplands and open fields.

    Northern Neck Virginia Boating

  • Belle Isle State Park - beautiful 733-acre park with seven miles of Rappahannock River shoreline that rents canoes, kayaks, and powerboats. 1632 Belle Isle Road, Lancaster. 804-462-5030 or 800-933-PARK.
  • Calm Waters Rowing - an all-inclusive bed, breakfast & rowing package is geared towards all types, from the complete novice to the experienced sculler. If you’ve ever wanted to learn the sport or just want to brush up on your skills, spend a few days here! 10155 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster. 804-435-6887 or 800-238-5578
  • Captain Billy's - boat, canoe and kayak rentals. 545 Harvey's Neck Road, Heathsville. 804-580-7292
  • Colonial Beach Yacht Center - kayak rentals. 804-224-7230
  • Westmoreland State Park - guided "kayaking below the cliffs" tours. 1650 State Park Road, Montross. 804-493-8821 or 800-933-PARK
  • Yankee Point Marina - daily and hourly rentals of Sunfish, kayaks and canoes. Dinghy dock launching, great location on scenic Myer Creek. Lancaster. 804-462-7018

    Northern Neck Virginia Cruises and Ferries
  • Bethpager Rivah Cruises - fish or just cruise on the Bethpager, a traditional Chesapeake Bay Deadrise vessel. Cruise out to the Rappahannock River and into the historic harbor of Urbanna. 679 Brown's Lane, Urbanna. 804-758-4349
  • Chesapeake Bay Camp-Resort - day cruises to quaint Smith Island in Chesapeake Bay from May through October. Tour the island museums, shops, and enjoy lunch. 382 Campground Road, Reedville. 804-453-3430
  • Faded Glory - take a cruise all the way to Tangier Island or around Carter's Creek! Beach Cruise, Crab Cruise, Cocktail Cruise, Discovery cruise. Irvington. 800-497-8228 or 804-438-6053
  • Merry Point Ferry - free ferry on Route 604 near Lancaster, over the Western Branch of the Corrotoman River.
  • Potomac River Charters - headboat, charter fishing, dinner cruises, boat rides.
  • Skipjack Claud W. Somers - cruise aboard a 1911 restored skipjack from Cockrell's Creek. Observe wildlife, watermen and beautiful shorelines while learning about the Northern Neck Virginia. 804-453-6529
  • Sunnybank Ferry - free ferry on Route 644 near Reedville, over the Little Wicomico River.
  • Tangier Island and Rappahannock River Cruises - day cruises to Tangier Island from Reedville or up the Rappahannock River from Tappahannock. Reservations required.

    Northern Neck Virginia Fishing

  • Bayquest Sport Fishing Charters - fish or cruise the Potomac River and mid-Chesapeake Bay aboard the 43' BayQuest. Evening dinner cruises to waterfront restaurants, and Day trips to Smith or Tangier Islands. USCG-licensed for 23-passengers. Captain David Rowe. 153 Rowe Lane, Lottsburg. 804-529-6725
  • Captain Billy's Charters - sunset, Tangier Island, bachelor party, or birthday cruises for up to 41 passengers. 545 Harvey's Neck Road, Heathsville. 804-580-7292
  • Chuck's Charter Fishing -bay or ocean, featuring two boats to get you to the most productive Virginia fishing locations in speed and comfort. 108 Island Lane, Lottsburg. 804-529-6450 or 804-450-4012
  • Crabbe's Charter Fishing -charter full-time guide Captain Danny Crabbe aboard the 43-foot KIT II for private fishing trips, custom cruises, and special occasions. USCG licensed up to 28 passengers (16 in ocean). Full-time resident guide for over 30 years. 51 Railway Drive, Heathsville 804-761-0908
  • On the Water Custom Power Charters - call Captain Gene at 804-436-3898
  • Pittman's Charters, Inc. - charter fishing, day and evening dinner cruises. Over 25 years experience. 2998 Fairport Road, Reedville. 804-453-3643
  • R.W.'s Sport Shop - fishing and hunting supplies, custom-built rods, rod and reel repair, fishing licenses, bait. 1434 Northumberland Highway, Callao. rwsports.net804-529-5634

    Northern Neck Virginia Horse Riding

  • Northern Neck Horse and Pony Club

    Northern Neck Virginia Cycling

  • Northern Neck Virginia Heritage Trail Bicycling Route - ride past the fishing villages and historic sites of uncluttered land. Part of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail, four relatively easy bicycle trails are available to tour which represent the essence of the area. There's a fun annual bike ride each September. More information can be found at and there's a loosely-organized bicycle riders club at Cyclists on a Dirt Track in Virginias Northern Neck Region
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    Northern Neck Virginia Flying

  • Parasailing instruction - 804-724-1804

    Northern Neck Virginia Skating

  • Stan's Skateland - roller skating. Route 3 in Montross. stanskateland.com804-493-9890

    Northern Neck Virginia Shooting

  • Rappahannock Pistol & Rifle Club, a National Rifle Association Gold Medal Club - 640 Blueberry Point Rd., White Stone.

    Northern Neck Virginia Bowling

  • Evans Bowling Center - Kilmarnock. 804-435-3950

    Northern Neck Virginia Movie Theatres

  • Essex 5 Cinemas theater 1653 Tappahannock Blvd, Tappahannock. 804-445-1166

    Northern Neck Virginia Golf

  • Bethpage Miniature Golf and Ice Creamery - 4817 Old Virginia Street, Urbanna. 804-758-GOLF (4653)
  • Cameron Hills Golf - King George. 540-775-
  • Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort - 480 King Carter Drive, Irvington. 804-438-5000
  • King Carter Golf Course - Lancaster County’s newest 18-hole championship course. 804-435-7842
  • Metro Golf Carts/Potomac Recreation - Golf cart sales, rentals and service. Dealership is currently for sale. 804-224-CART (2278)

    Northern Neck Virginia Hunting

    Before modern game management practices evolved, many game animals were nearly wiped out on the Northern Neck Virginia and around the rest of the Commonwealth. These days, though, wild turkeys are abundant and turkey hunting is excellent. The Fall season also brings deer, quail, and waterfowl hunters to Northern Neck Virginia counties.
  • Belle Isle State Park -
  • Dameron Marsh & Hughlett Point - limited waterfowl hunting available.
  • Litwalton Lodge - a hunting Bed and Breakfast lodge with all meals! Duck and goose hunting, upland game hunting, gill netting, oystering and crabbing. The complete Northern Neck Virginia experience. Lively. 804-462-9973
  • Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge
  • R.W.'s Sport Shop - hunting and fishing supplies. 1434 Northumberland Highway, Callao. 804-529-5634
  • Thomas' Hunting Preserve - licensed preserve. e-mail: 8305 Historyland Highway, Warsaw. 804-761-4592

    Northern Neck Virginia Marinas

  • Buzzard's Point Marina - 50 slips are deep water. Reedville/Fairport. 804-453-3545
  • Carter's Cove Marina - 347 Carter's Cove Road, Weems. 804-438-5273
  • Chesapeake Bay-Smith Island Marina - Transient and annual covered slips. 30 amp electric and water. Pumpout for boats. Hot showers, swimming pool, ice, groceries, laundry, mini-golf. Sunnybank Road to 382 Campground Road, Reedville/Little Wicomico River. 804-453-3430
  • Chesapeake Boat Basin -1686 Waverly Avenue, Kilmarnock. 804-435-3110
  • Coan River Marina - full service marina on 6 acres. 55 Wet Slips, 40 of which are sailboat depth at 7 to 9 ft. MLW. 3170 Lake Road, Lottsburg. 804-529-6767
  • Colonial Beach area Marinas include Bayside, Colonial Beach Yacht Center, Monroe Bay, Stanford's Marine Railway and more!
  • Cockrell's Marine Railway, Inc. - Slips up to 70ft. with metered electric and 16,000-lb. lift slips available. 50-ton railway and 25-ton travel lift. Fiberglass and wooden hull repair. Full-service marine contractor for bulkheads, docks, boathouses, boat lifts and jetties. 309 Railway Drive, Little Wicomico River. 804-453-3560
  • Cole's Point Plantation Marina - gas dock with unleaded and diesel, ship's store including nautical gifts, beer, soda, snacks, ice and more. Boat ramp. Transients welcome, 307 Plantation Drive, Coles Point. 804-472-3955
  • Fairport Marina - 804-453-5002
  • Great Wicomico River Marina - Glebe Point. 804-453-3351
  • Ingram Bay Marina - Great Wicomico River, Towles Creek. 804-580-7292
  • Jennings Boat Yard - 169 Boat Yard Road, Fairport. 804-453-7181
  • Kinsale Harbor Yacht Club - Hwy. 203, Kinsale. 804-472-2514
  • Krentz Marine Railway - 3048 Harryhogan Road, Callao. 804-529-6851
  • Lewisetta Marina - 410 Church Lane, Lottsburg. 804-529-7299
  • Olverson's Lodge Creek Marina - Open and covered slips, covered boat bays and land storage, fuel and ice, pump-out, laundry, heated pool, boat brokerage and real estate brokerage. 1161 Melrose Road, Lottsburg. 804-529-6868 or toll-free 800-529-5071
  • Pittman's Marina - Cockrell's Creek, Reedville. 804-453-3643
  • Port Kinsale Marina - Western Branch, Yeocomico River, Kinsale. 804-472-2044
  • Rappahannock Yachts - Full service on Carter's Creek for sail and power vessels from a 35-slip marina and boatyard. Classic yacht restoration. 70 Rappahannock Road, Irvington. 804-438-5353
  • Reedville Marina - 12 transient slips, four dockside slips, restaurant, an Authorized Northern Neck Virginia dealer for Connect-A-Dock Products. Cockrell's Creek, Reedville. 804-453-3047
  • Smith Point Marina - full service Virginia Clean Marina, located off the Little Wicomico River. Slips, power, fuel, boat haulout and repair, ship's store, ice, bait, propane, laundry, wi-fi, ramp, camping. Reedville 804-453-4077
  • The Tides Inn Marina - full service 60 slip marina, creekside pool, wi-fi, tennis. Irvington. 804-438-6400
  • Tiffany Yachts - Jessie Ball Dupont Memorial Highway, Burgess. 804-453-3464
  • Whelan's Marina - 3993 Hales Point Road, Farnham. 804-394-9500
  • White Point Marina - Kinsale. 804-472-2977
  • Windmill Point Marina - 150-slip marina on the Chesapeake Bay with beach, swimming pools, nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, nature trails, restaurant. Resort, 804-435-1166. Marina, 40 Windjammer Lane, White Stone. 804-436-1818
  • Yankee Point Marina, Inc. - Rated 2009's "Best in the Bay" in four categories in Chesapeake Bay Magazine's Reader's Poll. 103 slips with 30/50 amp power, full service boatyard with 40-ton lift, complete yacht restoration, 65' indoor paint barn, cabinet shop, Yanmar Gold Plus Dealer ramp, pool, cafe, wi-fi, ship's store, rental cottage, laundry, non-ethanol fuel, pump-out. Lancaster. 804-462-7018

    Northern Neck Virginia Nature Trails

  • Master Gardeners - An organization of volunteers with a common interest in gardening and community service. As an educational program of Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE), they bring the resources of Virginia’s land-grant universities (Virginia Tech & Virginia State University) to the people of the Northern Neck.
  • Master Naturalists - a local chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists.
  • Beekeepers - Learn the art of beekeeping. This club offers classes, meetings, honey and more.
  • Caledon Natural Area - one of the largest concentrations of bald eagles on the East Coast. Bald eagle observation tours, picnicking, hiking trails, educational programs. Route 218, King George. 540-663-3861 or 800-933-PARK.
  • Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail follows Captain John Smith's voyages in and around the Chesapeake Bay. There was a reenactment of his voyage on the 400th anniversary of the original expedition in 1607.
  • Colonial Beach area Nature sites include Voorhees Nature Preserve, Westmoreland State Park and more!
  • Rappahannock River National Wildlife Refuge - an 1,100-acre wildlife sanctuary on Cat Point Creek. Trails follow several miles of old farm roads through woods and marshes. No facilities are on the refuge, located on VA 634 off US 360, about 5 miles southwest of Warsaw. 804-333-5189

    Northern Neck Virginia Museums

  • Armstead Tasker Johnson High School Museum - one of the first African-American high schools in the Northern Neck Virginia. Serves as a repository of historical artifacts and memorabilia. Montross. 804-493-7070
  • Essex County Museum and Historical Society - in Tappahannock's historic district. Exhibits feature Rappahannock Indians, Colonial and Confederate eras, African-Americans, Rappahannock River steamboats, archives of family papers. Gift Shop. Tappahannock. 804-443-4690
  • George Washington Birthplace National Monument - historic core of the Washington family plantation on which our first president, George Washington, was born. Oak Grove. 804-224-1732
  • Historic Christ Church - the best preserved of Colonial Virginia’s Anglican parish churches. Features history of the church and Robert “King” Carter. Irvington. 804-438-6855
  • Kilmarnock Museum - displaying exhibits of business and commerce of Kilmarnock and recalling the early days of the bustling town, settled in 1719. Kilmarnock. 804-436-9100
  • Kinsale Foundation and Museum - chronicles life in a vibrant port. 449 Kinsale Road, Kinsale. 804-472-3001 or 804-450-7651
  • Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library - named in honor of George Washington's Mother, this is a county history and genealogy center featuring a variety of exhibits in the 1797-1830 buildings. 8346 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster. 804-462-7280
  • Menokin - the home of Declaration of Independence signer Francis Lightfoot Lee. Visitors center depicts architectural conservation. Hiking trails to Cat Point Creek available through a 325-acre wildlife refuge. Warsaw. 804-333-1776
  • Morattico Waterfront Museum - in the 1901 Morattico General Store building with views of the Rappahannock River and Lancaster Creek, there are exhibits here on the cultural history of a working watermen’s village. 6584 Morattico Road, Morattico. 804-462-0532
  • Museum at Colonial Beach - operated by the Colonial Beach Historical Society. It traces the town’s history from Captain John Smith's visit in 1608 to the present.
  • Northern Neck Virginia Farm Museum - exhibits on agriculture. 12705 Northumberland Highway, Burgess. 804-761-5952
  • Northern Neck Virginia Historical Society - information and material of every kind relating to the history, antiquities, and literature of the counties making up this region. Montross. 804-493-1862
  • Northumberland County Historical Society - founded in order to preserve the 1844 Old Jail. The Ball Memorial Library and Museum next door includes genealogy and a local history library, meeting rooms, and upstairs museum. 86 Back Street, Heathsville. 804-580-8581
  • Reedville Fishermen’s Museum - dedicated to preserving the heritage of the lower Chesapeake Bay and all the watermen who have plied their trade here for centuries. Historic skipjack. 504 Main Street, Reedville. 804-453-6529
  • Rice’s Hotel/Hughlett’s Tavern - a restored 18th century tavern now operating as a restaurant and store. Heathsville, 804-580-3377
  • Richmond County Museum - hear the story of rural Richmond County through displays, events and school programs. 1872 jail houses exhibits on the Rappahannock Indians, Jones Memorial and Menokin. Warsaw. 804-333-3607
  • Steamboat Era Museum - created to preserve, educate and interpret the era of the steamboats that plied the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Theater, interactive video stations, dioramas, artifacts, models, paintings, photos and gift shop. Irvington. 804-438-6888
  • Stratford Hall - the birthplace of Robert E. Lee and home of the only two brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence (Richard Henry and Francis Lightfoot Lee.) Visit the Great House and the Mill. See the rare Miocene Cliffs formation (found in only three other places in the world!) Hike your choice of several nature trails through wooded areas of these 1900-acre grounds on the Potomac River. 483 Great House Road, Stratford. 804-493-8038
  • Westmoreland County Museum - the oldest one in the region, is the permanent home for Charles Willson Peale’s portrait of William Pitt (1768). Montross. 804-493-8440

    Northern Neck Virginia Wineries

  • Athena Vineyards & Winery - beautiful country setting. 3138 Jessie Ball Dupont Hwy (Route 200) between Burgess and Wicomico Church. 804-580-4944
  • Belle Mount Vineyards - handcrafted wines from vineyards overlooking Cat Point Creek. 2570 Newland Road, Warsaw. 804-333-4700
  • General's Ridge Vineyard - two large short-term rental homes with large porches overlooking the vineyard are available. 1618 Weldons Drive, Hague. 804-493-0226
  • The Hague Winery - fine wines in an historic setting. 8268 Cople Highway, Hague. 804-472-5283
  • Ingleside Plantation Vineyards - one of Virginia's oldest and largest. Great spot for weddings. Overnight accommodations available. 5872 Leedstown Road, Oak Grove.
  • Oak Crest Vineyard and Winery - flower gardens and picnic areas in an old world atmosphere. Post-and-beam tasting room and gift shop. 8215 Oak Crest Drive, King George. 540-663-2813
  • Vault Field Vineyards - on historic Vault Field Farm. 2953 Kings Mill Road, Kinsale. 804-472-4430

    Northern Neck Virginia Art and Galleries

  • The Art of Coffee - features local artists and Northern Neck-inspired watercolors, oils, jewelry, pottery, photography, fine woodcrafts and more. 15722 Kings Hwy., Montross.
  • Bill Martz Impressions - paintings, reproductions and notepapers by artist Bill Martz at his Shop and Gallery on Hwy. 360 in Lottsburg by appointment. 804-529-7486
  • Colonial Beach area Art Galleries include Jarrett Thor, WideRiver, Visions by Shirl and many more!
  • Left Bank Gallery - custom framing, originals, limited and open edition giclee, lithographic prints by local, national & international artists. Located in Eaheart Excavating building, opposite Murphy Seed Service in Mt. Holly. 804-472-4408 or toll-free 866-472-4408
  • Mike Antonio Graphics - a resort map of the Northern Neck Virginia
  • Rappahannock Art League Studio Gallery - largest collection of original art by local artisans for sale in the Northern Neck. 19 N. Main Street. Kilmarnock, 804-436-9309
  • Zekiah Glass - custom architectural stained glass for residential, commercial, church. Free consultations with glass artist Barney Harris by appointment, glass workshop with accommodations. Morattico Creek 804-394-3142

    Northern Neck Virginia Music

    Northern Neck Orchestra, based in Kilmarnock, this ensemble group plays three concerts per year. Established 1991.


    Northern Neck Virginia Farms, Farmer's Markets and Fairs
  • Garner's Produce - On Route 3, seven miles east of Montross. Fruit, vegetables & flowers. 22645 Kings Hwy, Warsaw.
  • Westmoreland Berry Farm - in season, pick your own or buy pre-picked fruits and vegetables. Visit their snack bar for fruit shortcakes and other goodies, and see the goats on the Goat Walk.
  • Market Days in Colonial Beach on the 4th Saturday of each month from May through September. On Town Hill from 9am - 3pm. Free Bluemont Concert on Town Stage beginning at noon.
  • Heathsville Farmers Market - 3rd Saturday of the month during April through October from 9am-1pm. Located behind Rice's Hotel/Hughlett's Tavern in Heathsville.
  • Irvington Farmers Market - 1st Saturday of the month during May through November from 9am-1pm on Irvington Town Commons.
  • Kilmarnock Farmers Market - 4th Saturdays of the month from May thru October. Corner of N. Main Street & Town Centre Dr. 804-435-6092
  • Reedville Winter Market - in March at the Reedville Fishermen's Museum
  • Richmond County Fair - an annual celebration of community and life in Northern Neck Virginia. It is held the last full week of August each year. Animals, crafts, exhibits, rides and much more!
    Northern Neck Virginia Antiques
  • Burgess House, Inc. - antiques, gifts, jewelry, furniture and home and shore décor. Everything old, new, & in between! 80 Jessie Ball Dupont Memorial Hwy., Burgess. 804-453-5900
  • Colonial Beach area Antique Shops include The Red Barn, Gitie's, Compulsive Cravings and more!
  • Commonwealth Antiques & Appraisals - 18th & 19th century American & European antiques and decorations. Tall clocks, orientalia, rugs and fine art. 5150 Jessie Ball DuPont Memorial Hwy., Wicomico Church. 804-580-0514
  • Elderly Treasures - country antiques, furniture, glassware, tools, toys. 7424 Kings Highway, on Route 3 between George Washington's Birthplace and Stratford Hall, Montross. 804-224-8895
  • Kilmarnock Antique Gallery - furniture, oyster plates, persian rugs, collectibles. 22,000 square feet! 144 School St., Kilmarnock. 800-497-0083 or 804-435-1207
    Northern Neck Virginia Gift Shops
  • Carrot Cottage - nautical, seasonal, garden, and home decor! 5,000 feet of down-home family shopping. 15804 Kings Highway, Montross. 804-493-1320
  • Colonial Beach area Shops include Wishes & Dreams, Raggs, Grandma's Jewelry Box, Populuxe and more!
  • Colonial Collectibles - fine home decor, seasonal wreaths, tervis tumblers. 5757 Richmond Road, Warsaw. 804-333-0581
  • Ingleside Gift and Wine Shop - perhaps the best gift shop at a Virginia winery. Sauces, dressings, salsas, preserves, dining accessories, unique gift items, and wine, of course!
  • Mary Ball Washington Museum Gift Shop -specializing in history and heritage gifts, Virginia-made products, regional books, local research publications and other unique items. 8346 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster. 804-462-7280
  • Steptoe's Store - Celtic imports from Ireland and Scotland. Furniture, gifts, decorations and more. 49 South Main Street, Kilmarnock. 804-435-7632
  • Stratford Hall Store - gifts including books, music CDs and seasonal items. Gift baskets and shipping available. Stratford. 804-493-9796
  • The Tavern Store at Rice’s Hotel/Hughlett’s Tavern - tavern collectibles, food items, hats, shirts, jewelry, and much more. 73 Monument Place, Heathsville. 804-580-3536
  • Reedville Fishermen's Museum Gift Shop - nautical books and novelties, gifts, handmade jewelry. Main Street, Reedville. 804-453-6529


    Northern Neck Virginia Bed and Breakfast Inns
  • Back Inn Time B&B - classic, turn of the century located in the heart of Lancaster County in walking distance to downtown for shopping and dining. Antique furnishings and modern day conveniences like A/C, private baths, wireless internet access, and a gourmet breakfast. Kilmarnock. 804-435-2318
  • Calm Waters Rowing - Bed, Breakfast & Rowing. Each day you’ll enjoy the elegant accommodations of the Inn at Levelfields while receiving three coached on-the-water sessions with a talk and demonstration before the row, videotape analysis and three hearty and delicious meals. Lancaster. 804-435-6887 or 800-238-5578
  • Cats Cove Cottage - private waterfront cottage for two off West Yeocomico River, with in-ground swimming pool. Crab, fish, rowboat or tie up to their pier. 2273 Mundy Point Road, Callao 804-529-5056
  • Chestnut Cove B&B - offers a unique stained glass package. Create your own glass panel in a two-day workshop with B&B accommodations. Waterfront ambience and delicious meals. Morattico Creek 804-394-3142
  • Colonial Beach area B&B's include The Bell House (former summer home of Alexander Graham Bell), The Breakers, The Tides Inn, The Plaza and more!
  • Creekview Farm Bed & Breakfast - share the farm’s tranquility, gardens, art collection, books, antiques and wildlife with your English hosts, Margaret and Jerry. 735 Norwood Church Road, Morattico. 804-462-7427
  • Dragon Run Inn - a 1913 farmhouse, named after the dragon Run Swamp, which has the largest stand of cypress this far north. The house was built with cypress from that swamp. 35 Wares Bridge Rd., Church View. 804-758-5719
  • The Essex Inn - Greek revival inn built in 1850. Four rooms and four suites, all with in suite bathrooms, luxurious amenities and DSL or wireless internet access. 203 Duke Street, Tappahannock. 804-443-9900
  • Fleeton Fields Bed & Breakfast - elegant waterfront home on the Chesapeake Bay. Kayak, canoe and bicycles available. Convenient to Tangier and Smith Island cruises. 2783 Fleeton Road, Reedville. 800-497-8215 or 804-453-5014
  • Flowering Fields Bed & Breakfast - four rooms, a one-mile walking trail, pier for fishing and crabbing. 232 Flowering Fields, White Stone. 804-435-6238
  • The Gables, A Victorian Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn - 5-story brick sea captain’s mansion on Reedville’s historic Main Street. 1800's schooner mast is built into the home. Additional rooms and private baths in 1880's coach house. Waterside cottage with two luxury suites ideal for special occasions. 804-453-5209
  • GrandView - cozy 4-room inn near the quaint fishing village of Reedville. Every room offers an unrivaled view of The Chesapeake Bay. Wheelchair accessible, pet friendly, boat slip. 114 Riverside Lane, Reedville. 804-453-3890
  • Greenwood Bed & Breakfast - an 1882 Georgian-style home furnished with antiques. 99 Maple Street, Warsaw. 804-333-4353
  • The Guest Houses at Stratford Hall Plantation - stay at either the Cheek Guest House or the Astor Guest House on the 1,900 acre plantation that four generations of the Lee Family called home. 483 Great House Road, Stratford. 804-493-8038
  • Hope and Glory Inn - a historic schoolhouse and cottages with Victorian gardens, complimentary bicycles. Travel & Leisure ranks it one of their ‘30 Great Inns in the U.S.’ and USA Today and CNN agree. Thirty rooms, pool, dinners, a bar, spa treatments, a vineyard and cruises. 634 King Carter Drive, Irvington. 800-497-8228 or 804-438-6053
  • The Inn at Levelfields - an 1859 Antebellum mansion on 54 acres. One of the last Ante-bellum mansions to be built in the Commonwealth. Walking trails, swimming pool, rocking chairs on front porch. Spacious guest rooms with king beds, ceiling fans, air-conditioning, private baths and fireplaces. 10155 Mary Ball Rd., Lancaster. 800-238-5578 or 804-435-6887
  • The Inn at Montross - five beautifully-appointed guestrooms. 21 Polk Street, Montross. 804-493-8624
  • The Inn at Tabb’s Creek - 6 bedrooms with private baths. Some water views. 2 luxury suites on ground level with large sitting areas, Jacuzzi tubs, and private entrances. Full breakfast of local food with fresh organic ingredients. 384 Turpin Lane, Port Haywood. 804-725-5136
  • Kilmarnock Inn B&B - celebrating Virginia's Presidential history in the renovated Wilson House, circa 1884. Adjoining structures in the compound hold many more guest rooms and suites. 5-hole putting green, free wi-fi, pet-friendly, complimentary bikes. 34 East Church Street, Kilmarnock. 804-435-0034
  • Lancaster Tavern Bed and Breakfast Inn - unwind in one of the suites with antique furnishings and modern amenities. Established 1790. A State and National Historic Landmark. 8373 Mary Ball Road, Lancaster. 804-462-0194
  • Ma Margaret's House - lovingly restored grandmother's home originally built in 1914 expanded to meet the needs of the 21st century with spacious rooms, country vistas, TV's, internet, private baths and southern-style country breakfast. The facility is also available for reunions, weddings, and church events, 249 Greenfield Road. Reedville. 804-453-9110
  • Rosebud Bed & Breakfast - conveniently located near several of the area's finest day-trip destinations on the Northern Neck Virginia Loop of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail. Near restaurants, shopping and small town strolling. 15353 Kings Highway, Montross. 804-493-8324
    Northern Neck Virginia Campgrounds
  • Belle Isle State Park - 30 secluded campsites, water and electric hook-ups, bathhouse, pop-up campers for rent, fire ring, grills, and picnic table. Camp store and gift shop. Reservations 800-933-PARK (7275). Lancaster. 804-462-5030
  • Bethpage Camp-Resort - five star rated, nationally recognized camp-resort, Bethpages offers exceptional amenities and outstanding recreational opportunities. Four different pools, three different waterslides, an activity pool with basketball and tumble buckets, or the large splash pad. There is something 679 Brown's Lane, Urbanna. 804-758-4349
  • Chesapeake Bay Camp-Resort - waterfront camping, slips, boat ramp, crabbing pier, pool, mini golf, canoe rentals, Air-conditioned cabins & lodges. Big rig 50 amp sites. Smith Island cruises. 382 Campground Road, Reedville. 804-453-3430
  • Coles Point Plantation - tent and RV camping. Entrance into the RV loop has plenty of space to bring even the largest RV's in. Tent area with a screen pavilion welcomes campers 307 Plantation Drive, Coles Point. 804-472-3955
  • Colonial Beach area Campgrounds include Monroe Bay, Harbor View Outdoor World, Leedstown Campground and more!
  • Grey's Point Camp - located on the banks of the Rappahanock River offering five star rated amenities and recreational opportunities like fishing, crabbing, boating or swimming. 3601 Grey's Point Camp, Topping. 804-758-4349
  • Heritage Park - 78 wooded campsites on Cat Point Creek. Five year-round cottages for nightly or weekly rental. Pool, hiking trails, canoe rentals, on-site winery and vineyards. 2570 Newland Road, Warsaw. 804-333-4038
  • Westmoreland State Park - 133 wooded campsites, water and electric hook-ups, bathhouse, fire ring or pedestal grill, picnic table. Six camping cabins. Includes access to seasonal swimming pool. Camp store and gift shop. Boat ramp. For reservations, call 800-933-PARK. Montross area.
    Northern Neck Virginia Cottage Rentals
  • Barbara’s Cozy Cottage - fully furnished with daily/weekly/monthly availability. Sleeps 6, air-conditioning, 2 baths, TV. Decked patio, grill, large pool. Contact Barbara Anne at 1269 Fleeton Road, Reedville. 540-347-4705
  • Bel Air Overnight Area at Belle Isle State Park - a Georgian-style mansion and guesthouse at the mouth of Deep Creek off of the Rappahannock River. Rent houses together or separately. Great site for weddings. Docking facilities. Reservations 804-462-5030
  • Bethpage Camp-Resort's Riverbirch Cottages - family vacation ventals at Bethpage offer a unique opportunity to experience the great outdoors with all the amenities of a five star resort. All cottages include a fully equipped kitchen, cable TV, wireless internet, and central heat and air conditioning. One, two, and three bedroom models available. 679 Brown's Lane, Urbanna. 804-758-4349
  • The Blue House - a charming and romantic 2 bedroom, 2 bath vintage house. Walk or bike to shops, restaurants, a vineyard and more! Weekend/weekly/monthly rentals available year round. Irvington. 571-331-2877
  • Chesapeake Bay Beachhouse - on 200 feet of beachfront. Estate with 5 bedrooms and 4 full baths. Kayaks, bikes, outdoor shower. Reedville. 703-851-6063
  • Chesapeake Bay Camp-Resort - air-conditioned camping cabins and cottage lodge in a beautiful waterfront setting. Clubroom available for gatherings. 382 Campground Road, Reedville. 804-453-3430
  • Colonial Beach area Rental Cottages include Blue Pearl, Yellow Door, Mariner's Cottage, Beachcomber, Marina Sunset and many more! There are also quite a few Northern Neck Virginia cabin rentals at Westmoreland State Park, Ingleside Winery, Stratford Hall and more!
  • Crab Point Manor - a 12 bedroom villa on 14 acres located on the Rappahannock River and Carter’s Creek. Includes pool, private beach, deep water dock, use of motorboat, sailboat, and canoe. 1398 Crab Point Road, White Stone. 804-436-1200
  • Heritage Park - five year-round cottages for nightly or weekly rental. Pool, hiking trails, canoe rentals, on-site winery and vineyards. 2570 Newland Road, Warsaw. 804-333-4038
  • Nomini Hall Plantation - make your own history where Northern Neck Virginia history was made! Perfect for family celebrations, weddings, corporate events, hunting and fishing parties. 189 Fithian Lane, Hague. 540-907-5309
  • Riversbend - on the Great Wicomico River near Reedville. Marina community guest cottage for up to 8 people. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fully equipped kitchen patio with gas grill, cable TV, private community pool, pier & launch ramp. For pictures and rates e-mail Wicomico Church. 804-580-4883
  • Saltwater Cottage Rentals - on the Little Wicomico River. Fully-equipped cottages with deck and ramp. Use of canoe, kayak, and paddle boat. Charter fishing on “The Big Easy.” 732 Wicomico Point Rd., Heathsville. 804-453-6829
  • Sloop Creek Lodge - on the waterfront. Daily, weekly, monthly availability. Fully equipped with A/C, heat, cable TV, lighted dock/boat ramp. Sleeps up to 10. Email Reedville. 804-402-9701
  • Vineyard Manor House - charming three bedroom, two bath will sleep up to seven. Full kitchen and dining area. Perfect retreat for a quiet, weekend getaway, a vacation or any special occasion. 1618 Weldons Dr., Hague. 804-493-0226
  • Yankee Point Sailboat Marina - daily, weekly or monthly. Fully furnished with two bedrooms plus foldaway cot, one bath, on beautiful Myer Creek with private dock, deck. Includes pool privileges. 1303 Oak Hill Road, Lancaster. 804-462-7018
  • Watermen's Cove - on Cockrell's Creek near the historic fishing village of Reedville. Offers fishing, boating, kayaking, crabbing, golfing, and cycling. Fully equipped. Dock and pool privileges included. Sleeps up to 16 in 6 bedrooms. Reedville. 757-618-7618
    Northern Neck Virginia Hotels
  • The River Edge Inn at 30 Colonial Avenue in Colonial Beach sits right on the Boardwalk with wonderful Potomac River views, 60 rooms, wi-fi/internet, a pool and easy walking distance to many fabulous shops and restaurants.
  • Northern Neck Inn (formerly Best Western Warsaw) - 38 rooms, including luxury suites, swimming pool, continental breakfast, fitness room. AARP and senior discounts. 4522 Richmond Road (Route 360 East). Warsaw. 804-333-1700
  • Holiday Inn Express - 68 rooms and luxury suites, swimming pool, full hot breakfast, in-room coffee. 599 North Main Street, Kilmarnock. 804-436-1500
  • The Tides Inn - luxury accommodations in a spectacular setting, fine dining, world class golf at the Golden Eagle Golf Club, full service marina, spa. Irvington. 800-843-3746 or 804-438-5000
    Northern Neck Virginia Conference Rooms, Meeting Space and other Gathering Areas
  • Belle Isle State Park - Bel Air Overnight Area has two facilities that can be rented together or separately. The Georgian-style mansion and guesthouse are on 33 acres overlooking the Rappahannock River. Lancaster. 800-933-PARK or 804-462-5030
  • Bethpage Camp-Resort - business meeting, holiday party, or wedding reception the Conference Center at Bethpage Camp-Resort can accommodate any type of gathering. The facility offers a covered veranda, large stage with a complete audiovisual system, and full complement of catering services. 679 Brown's Lane, Urbanna. 804-758-4349
  • The Carriage House at General's Ridge - 1,000 sq. ft. conference room with many rooms above which can be used for receptions, dinners and smaller meetings. 1618 Weldons Dr., Hague. 804-493-0226
  • Colonial Beach area Conference Rooms include The Bonus Room, Bank of Lancaster's meeting room, the Cooper Library and other great gathering spots, perfect for your next corporate retreat, wedding, reunion or other function!
  • Festival Halle - perfect for meetings, gala occasions, dances, weddings, receptions, office parties, family reunions, community or fund-raising events. Facility rental includes tables and chairs for 200, complete kitchen, large movie screen and audio/visual equipment, curtained stage and podiums, baby grand piano and dance floor. Ample parking. 804-453-3004
  • Hewick Plantation - 17th-century manor house perfectly suited for the most memorable of ceremonies and receptions! 5123 Old Virginia Street, Urbanna. 804-758-1678 Holiday Inn Express - holidayinnexpress/ 804-436-1500
  • The Meeting House at Hope and Glory Inn - newly renovated conference facility is a unique setting for your next small meeting and retreat. 634 King Carter Drive, Irvington. 800-497-8228 or 804-438-6053
  • Stratford Hall - variety of meeting and reception facilities including the DuPont Library, the Council House, the Cheek Guest House Living Room, and the Log Cabin Dining Room. Overnight accommodations also available. 483 Great House Rd., Stratford 804-493-8038
  • Tides Inn Resort - a private peninsula on the Northern Neck Virginia and waterside setting provide exciting opportunities for groups. 480 King Carter Drive, Irvington. 800-843-3746 or 804-438-5000
  • Westmoreland State Park - the Potomac River Retreat, situated on the sandy beaches of the Potomac River is perfect for any occasion - reunions, meetings, retreats, conferences or a relaxing getaway. 1650 State Park Road, Montross. 800-933-PARK or 804-493-8821
    Northern Neck Virginia Caterers
  • Northern Neck Gourmet - lunch cafe. Wine, cheese, gourmet foods and accessories. Baskets and catering platters available. Warsaw. 804-333-3012
  • Tavern Restaurant - cuisine with flair. Only the finest ingredients used. Heathsville. 804-580-7900
  • Willaby's Catering - full catering services for over 12 years. White Stone 804-435-0000

    Northern Neck Virginia Dining

  • The Art of Coffee (coffeehouse, art gallery & bistro) - serves homestyle breakfast, unique lunches, homemade soups, pastries, gourmet coffee, lattes, frappes, smoothies. wi-fi, meeting room and live music events. 15722 Kings Hwy, Montross. 804-493-9651
  • The Chesapeake Club - the Tides Inn’s signature restaurant with views of the Tides Marina and Carters Creek. 804-438-4489
  • Coles Point Tavern - 850 Salisbury Park Rd, Coles Point. 804-472-3856
  • Colonial Beach area Restaurants include Dockside, High Tides, The Lighthouse, Sea-Side Thai-French, Riverboat, Fat Freda's, Hunan Diner, Ledo Pizza and Pasta, Nancy's Ice Cream, Espresso Station, Wilkerson's Seafood, Papa John's Pizza, Willey's Ribs, Bowie's Diner, Ola's Country Kitchen, Domino's Pizza, Top's China, Lenny's Restaurant, Denson's and more!
  • The Corner - 5360 Mary Ball Road, Lively. 804-462-0110
  • The Crazy Crab - try the "Crab on Crab" or a steak topped with lump crabmeat. Daily Specials. 902 Main Street, Reedville. 804-453-6789
  • The Daily - breakfast, lunch sandwiches, salads, paninis, coffee. 130 Court Circle, Warsaw. 804-333-3455
  • Fusion Coastal Grill - seafood, pizza, burgers, salads and more! Features a 600-degree brick pizza oven. 16 Town Center Drive, Kilmarnock. 804-435-FIRE (3473)
  • Good Eats Café - casual, upbeat, delicious dining. Fresh locally-sourced seafood and produce. 12720 Cople Hwy., Corner of Route 202 & Route 203, Kinsale. 804-472-4385
  • Lancaster Tavern Restaurant and Bed & Breakfast - serves lunch and dinner in Lancaster's historic tavern like crab cakes, oysters, and shrimp alongside homestyle favorites. Across the street from the Mary Ball Washington Museum & Library, Lancaster. 804-462-0080
  • Hope and Glory Inn - Irvington. 804-438-6053 or 800-497-8228
  • Hunan Village - 453 Main Street, Warsaw. 804-333-1688
  • The Inn at Montross - dinner Friday and Saturday evenings, Sunday Brunch featuring Chef Stations. Reservations are encouraged. 21 Polk Street, Montross. 804-493-8624
  • KC's Crabs and Cues - crabs, fresh quality seafood, reasonable prices, karaoke, DJ, pool tournaments. 10428 Jessie Dupont Memorial Highway, Kilmarnock. 804-435-CRAB (2722) or 804-425-POOL (7665).
  • Kilmarnock Entertainment Center - arcade Lounge featuring Karaoke. No charge! Just bring your singing talent and join in for some fun! 16 Town Centre Drive, Kilmarnock. 804-435-7529
  • Luna Restaurant - features Steak and Seafood with a touch of Italy in the Northern Neck Virginia! Separate bar area features Happy Hour, specialty drinks, sandwiches, & traditional bar fare. The outside covered veranda seats 70, has live entertainment overlooking beautiful golf course vistas. Private dining room with comfortable seating for 45. 17390 Richmond Rd., Callao 804-529-5862
  • Nate's Trick Dog Cafe - the place to dine for extraordinary food & ambiance. Come pet the trick dog for good luck! 4357 Irvington Road, Irvington. 804-438-6363
  • Newsome's Restaurant - home of the Northern Neck Virginia Ultimate Food Challenge: "The Farm" 235 Jessie Dupont Memorial Hwy, Burgess. 804-453-9071
  • The Oaks Restaurant - featuring blackened Prime Rib and Ribeye Steaks. 5434 Mary Ball Road, Lively. 804-462-7050
  • The Oak Tree - on the picturesque grounds of Quinton Oaks Golf Course. Fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere with just the right touch of elegance. 262 Quinton Oaks Lane, Callao. 804-529-2200
  • Rocket Billy’s - out of this world food with down to earth prices. Homemade BBQ, seafood, crabcakes, oysters, and more! 851-B Rappahannock Avenue, White Stone. 804-435-7040
  • T-Bones Dockside Restaurant - at Fairport Marina has waterfront dining in a friendly Northern Neck Virginia atmosphere. Steak, seafood, pasta and more. 249 Polly Cove Rd., Reedville. 804-453-5002
  • Sandpiper Restaurant - specializing in fresh seafood and hand-cut charbroiled steaks. 850 Rappahannock Drive, White Stone. 804-435-6176
  • Stratford Hall - log cabin dining room, can seat groups up to 150. 483 Great House Road, Stratford. 804-493-8038
  • The Tavern Restaurant - comfort food and homemade desserts in a newly restored historic tavern. Heathsville. 804-580-7900
  • Tommy's Restaurant - a Northern Neck Virginia icon, setting the standard for prime beef, the freshest seafood and mouthwatering specials. 729 Main Street, Reedville. 804-453-4666
  • Willaby's Cafe - in White Stone by the Bridge. 804-435-3669
  • Yesterday's Family Restaurant - friendly staff & fresh seafood. Owned by the same Northern Neck Virginia family since 1986. 15220 King's Highway, Montross. 804-493-0718


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