What are the best places to stay in Williamsburg?

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Steeped in colonial charm and, along with nearby Jamestown and Yorktown, part of Virginia’s Historic Triangle, Williamsburg is home to some of the most well-regarded luxury hotels in the country.
 
Adjacent to the city’s historical center on East Francis Street is the opulent Williamsburg Inn, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel with 62 elegant guest rooms and suites that authentically capture the spirit of colonial America. Located in one of the best areas of the city, this Williamsburg hotel offers a slew of upscale amenities, including a spring-fed swimming pool, a full-service gym, clay tennis courts and a world-class restaurant.
 
If a quiet country respite is what you’re after, look no further than Wedmore Place. Located three miles from downtown Williamsburg on a 300-acre farm with a history dating all the way back to 1615, this sprawling, old European-style estate is highlighted by acres of wine vineyards, a luxury spa, an excellent fitness center, a pool terrace and a wood-burning fireplace in every room.
 
Finally, golfers might look towards scenic Kingsmill Resort, which is situated on the stunning James River and features three championship courses, a golf academy, a golf school for kids and a full-service pro shop. When you’re not hitting the links, you’ll enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, access to a world-class spa and dining at five onsite restaurants.

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