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I am renting out my deluxe Williamsburg Plantation suite this year during the week of the “Grand Illumination” in Colonial Williamsburg. This is THE premier resort in Williamsburg with every amenity you can imagine.
This luxury suite is available for a full week; Saturday, the 5th of December (check in after 4PM), until Saturday the 12th (checkout at 10AM)
I am charging $500 for the week.
This is a GREAT opportunity for anyone who wants to experience the many attractions of Williamsburg VA. Since I own the apartment outright I can rent it to you cheaper than anyone else, gaining you access to The Plantation for a fantastic price! This two bedroom two bathroom suite has its own private entrance and sleeps six (there is a comfortable sleeper sofa in the living room).
This apartment has a full modern kitchen with everything you'll need to make you feel at home including: Stove with Cooktop, Full Size Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Microwave, Toaster, Coffeemaker, Cutlery/Dishes/Glasses, etc. One bedroom has a king size bed and the other a queen, and both have cable television (with HBO) and their own bathroom. The master bedroom bathroom includes a large Jacuzzi tub along with the shower, sink, and modern fixtures. The living room has a comfortable sleeper sofa, armchair, gas fireplace, and tv with dvd player. Outside the suite there is a lovely patio with table, chairs and a small yard. There is plenty of parking directly outside and it even includes a washer and dryer! All linens are also provided.
Even though there are so many things to do around the Williamsburg area, you won't even need to leave the resort to have a fantastic time. Some of the in house amenities include indoor and outdoor pool, video game arcade, outdoor playground, clubhouse with computer room, tennis courts, volleyball court, basketball court, game room with corn hole and ping pong, day spa, exercise room, and a concierge service to shuttle you to all the fantastic attractions in and around Williamsburg.
Terms and Conditions:
I require a 50% non-refundable deposit of $350 to secure your stay. Payment must be made in full by 5:00 PM on November 25th.
You must be 25 to rent this condo
No Pets Allowed!
Upon check in you will need to provide a valid ID (drivers license) and give a credit card to be put on file in case you break or damage any items in the room
This is a time share and so there is no daily maid service. You will be provided with towels that you can wash in the washer dryer or have the laundry service clean them for you (for a fee). You will need to bring all toiletries (soap, shampoo, etc).
Williamsburg Area Attractions:
Williamsburg and the surrounding area boasts a wide variety of attractions for you and your friends and family to enjoy:
The Grand Illumination Weekend in Colonial Williamsburg will take place the first three days of your stay (Friday through Sunday) and is a highlight of the holiday season. Musical acts, special seasonal food, revolutionary military fife and drum parade, and fireworks make this a weekend to remember. I have listed more specific event information below.
Discover Colonial Williamsburg and become a citizen of the Revolutionary City, and a part of our community at war. Meet the townspeople, tradespeople, shopkeepers, political figures, women, and the enslaved that call Williamsburg home--and learn of their hopes, struggles, and fears in these uncertain times. As you explore the challenges of daily life set against the backdrop of revolution, look for the many opportunities to play your role as a citizen of the Revolutionary City.
2014 GRAND ILLUMINATION WEEKEND SCHEDULE
Sunday, December 7th,
In the 18th century, illuminations--the firing of guns and lighting of fireworks--were held to celebrate major events such as the commemoration of the birth of the reigning sovereign, great military victories, or the arrival of a new colonial governor. Come early to view the decorations and enjoy musical performances from multiple stages throughout the Historic Area.
4:15 pm Grand Illumination Dinner - Shields Tavern
A wonderful way to begin a spectacular evening! Join us for traditional tavern fare and 18th-century entertainment. Reservations required. $60.95 adults, $24.95 children; includes tax and gratuity
5:15 pm Grand Illumination Entertainment
Before the fireworks, gather for musical performances from multiple stages throughout the Revolutionary City. You're sure to find something to keep you entertained as you anticipate the evening's spectacular highlight.
7:00 Grand Illumination Fireworks
Fireworks displays from three different locations within the Historic Area--the Capitol, Magazine, and Palace--make this a highlight of the Colonial Williamsburg holiday season.
THE WILLIAMSBURG PREMIUM OUTLETS offers 150 designer and brand discount stores, making for a shopping trip that won't disappoint
BUSCH GARDEN’S CHRISTMAS TOWN is open December 5, 6, 7, 12, and 13th and boasts fun holiday attractions such as:
'Mistletoe Marketplace' Merriment and cheer abound in Germany amid thehustle and bustle of local artisans and crafts in a traditional outdoor German market
'Polar Pathway' turns Escape from Pompeii into breathtaking waterfalls of light
'Highland Stables' travel back to simpler times and explore the Scottish countryside under a star-filled wintery sky during Christmas Town
'Ice Palace: A Penguin Paradise' Come to France to explore an ice-themed world with dazzling lights, snow and an up-close encounter with live penguins
'Santa's Fireside Feast' The grand dining room of Castle O'Sullivan springs to life as Santa and Mrs. Claus host the most intimate and exclusive event of the season, Santa's Fireside
'Santa's Workshop' Create memories that will last a lifetime at Christmas Town. This Christmas town also has many rides from train rides to roller coasters!
At Jamestown Settlement, prepare to embark on a journey to 17th-century Virginia. The world of America's first permanent English colony, founded in 1607 -- 13 years before the Pilgrims landed in Massachusetts, comes to life through film, gallery exhibits and outdoor living history.
Expansive gallery exhibit and introductory film describe the cultures of the Powhatan Indians, Europeans and Africans who converged in 1600s Virginia and trace Jamestown's beginnings in England and the first century of the Virginia colony.
Outdoors, board replicas of the three ships that sailed from England to Virginia in 1607, and explore life-size re-creations of the colonists' fort and a Powhatan Village In the outdoor areas, costumed historical interpreters describe and demonstrate daily life in the early 17th century.
Dine at the Jamestown Settlement Café and shop in museum stores. A variety of admission tickets and vacation packages are available with Williamsburg area attractions.
This unique museum of 17th-century American history and culture is located adjacent to the entrance of the original site, Historic Jamestowne administered by the National Park Service and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (on behalf of Preservation Virginia).
YORKTOWN VICTORY CENTER
Next to the battlefield where allied American and French forces won the decisive battle of the American Revolution in 1781, the Yorktown Victory Center chronicles the entire Revolutionary period, from colonial unrest to the formation of the new nation.
At this museum of the American Revolution indoor exhibition gallery portray the Declaration of Independence as a revolutionary document that attracted international attention, recount the war's impact on 10 ordinary men and women who left a record of their experiences, highlight the roles of different nationalities at the Siege of Yorktown, and explore the story of the Betsy and other British ships lost in the York River during the siege. Exhibits also describe how people from many different cultures shaped a new society and the development of a new government with the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Outdoors, visitors can explore a re-created Continental Army Encampment where historical interpreters describe and depict daily life of American soldiers at the end of the war. A re-created 1780s farm complete with a house, kitchen, tobacco barn, crop fields, and herb and vegetable garden, shows how many Americans lived during the Revolutionary era.
Work is now underway on a new facility, new exhibition galleries and enhanced outdoor interpretive areas. The Yorktown Victory Center will remain open to visitors throughout construction. When the project is complete in late 2016, the site will be known as the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
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I am a 30 year old from Harleysville PA, which is about 45 minutes outside of Philadelphia. I love all things real estate and also enjoy music, painting, and hanging out with my family, especially my sisters new identical twin baby boys!
owner/property manager purchased this condo in 2004
I grew up going to Colonial Williamsburg on family vacations and so I love the history and ALL the great stuff to see and discover around the area. I am proud to be able to allow you to get in on all the fun!
I specialize in the Williamsburg area and so my knowledge of it can be of huge benefit. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions or to get recommendations on shops, attractions, restaurant, etc.
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