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The 323 rooms in Williamsburg Lodge take decorative inspiration from Colonial Williamsburg’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Museum. Patterns and designs from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries are seen in the quilts, draperies and pillows used in the lodge’s guest rooms, which are furnished with pieces constructed from warm woods. Folk-inspired artwork and tapestries line the cedar-paneled walls in the guest rooms and hallways of the lodge. The room options at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel range from 325-square-foot superior guest rooms with queen-sized beds to 500-square-foot lodge suites with a queen bed, separate sitting quarters and kitchenette area. Four new guesthouses, the Ashby and Curtis houses with 30 rooms, and the Nicholas and Tyler houses with 38 new rooms, were added to the lodge in a recent addition, and are connected to the main lodge by a series of covered walkways.