Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
In Williamsburg's James River Plantation Country, 24 miles west of the Historic Area, you can step back in time with a visit to PINEY GROVE AT SOUTHALL'S PLANTATION - 1790. The Gordineer family graciously welcomes you to their National Register landmark: This historic site is actually an enclave of authentically restored buildings which includes Piney Grove (1790), Ashland (1835), Dower Quarter (1835), Ladysmith (1857) and Duck Church (1917). Each building is furnished with family heirlooms, antiques and artifacts that chronicle the history of the houses and the entire plantation country.You will arrive to Mint Juleps or Hot Toddies, depending on the season. Turn-down service includes, nightcaps, romantic music and wood-fires (in cooler months). Each morning the farm bell announces the candlelight breakfast served in Piney Grove (Complete self-serve breakfast on select holidays). The grounds include a pool, nature trail, lawn games and barnyard of animals. Spacious guest rooms with private baths are situated in Ladysmith. Modern conveniences, such as air-conditioning, refrigerators, coffeemakers, and hair dryers, are inconspicuously placed in each room. Fine regional dining is available nearby at the Courthouse Grille and the Blue Heron Restaurant. On many Saturday afternoons guests may join the JAMES RIVER PLANTATION PROGRESSIVE CANDLELIGHT TOUR: This two-hour guided tour is given by a family member and concludes with goodies and