Whether you’re with us overnight, planning a weekend escape or joining us even longer, we want you to wake up refreshed. Our lodging options range from an old fashioned B&B to established hotel and motel chains.
Budget InnMotel Budget Inn is conveniently situated in 823 Church Ln in Tappahannock just in 68 m from the centre. The most proximate Richmond International Airport is in 61.6 km from the hotel. You can consult the round-the-clock reception desk with any inquiries you might have. Guests can pick up fishing as their leisure activity. Rooms for non-smokers are provided at the hotel. You can purchase beverages in a vending machine. Those who travel by car are provided with parking lots. You shall find both sport and entertainments on the golf field (within 3 km). There is a garden planted nearby the hotel. Guests have acess to the Internet. Tourists can use these types of payment cards: American Express, Visa, Mastercard, Diners Club, JCB, Maestro, Discover, Carte Blanche.
Essex InnThe Essex Inn was built in 1851 by Dr. Lawrence Roane and is an imposing Greek-Revival style structure of white stucco over brick atop a high English basement. The home has twelve original rooms, each with its own fireplace, surrounding large central hallways on each floor. The front & back porches are original, with fluted columns also in the Greek style. Inside, original heart-of-pine hardwood floors can be found throughout the first and second floors. A two-story brick structure behind the main house was built in the 1840's as servants' quarters and housed the property's original kitchen and laundry. The fireplace and hearth in each of these rooms has been preserved, including the old swinging iron bar used to hang pots over the fire. The home has a rich history. It is rumored that during the Civil War, when Union forces were firing on Tappahannock from the Rappahannock River, a young man climbed one of the chimneys and fastened a white bedsheet to signal neutrality, saving the home from the bombardment. In April of 1862, Union gunboats destroyed a Confederate fort on the Rappahannock, just south of Tappahannock. Union troops occupied the home for about a month. In June of 1864, the home was again occupied by Union forces during Draper's Raid and would be held until after the end of the war, when it was occupied by Dr. Roane's son, Captain Lawrence Roane, Jr., of the Confederate 55th Infantry. The property changed hands many times over the following years, but remained a private residence until when it underwent significant renovations and opened as the Essex Inn.
Southside Motel & MarinaWelcome to Southside Motel & Marina, your Tappahannock “home away from home.” Southside Motel & Marina aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Southside Motel & Marina makes getting online easy as free internet access is available. You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the motel, including a 24 hour front desk. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.