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Our Studio suite provides king size bed, living room, work desk, dining table and full kitchen. Just the space you need to stay productive or relax.
Enjoy the privacy of our One-Bedroom Suite. You will enjoy a private bedroom, living room, dining table and fully-equipped kitchen.
Our Two Bedroom Suites provide the ideal space when traveling together. Private bedroom with flat screen TV and a private bathroom. Common space includes living room and fully equipped kitchen in each suite.
Two-Bedroom Suite Kitchen
Two-Bedroom Suite Bathroom
In our Two-Bedroom Suites, each bedroom has its own private bathroom, making it perfect for two people or an entire family.
Our suites include a fully-equipped kitchen with full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, cook top, plates, utensils and cookware.
Our guest bathrooms provide you with a large vanity and storage space for your personal items.
Roll-in showers are available in select accessible room types.
Chatham is part of Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. The buildings and grounds are open daily 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Five of the ten rooms contain exhibits and the rest of the building as well as the outbuildings are park offices.This magnificent Georgian mansion, its various outbuildings and dependencies, and the historic ground which surrounds it represent a small preserve in which the entire scope of Virginia heritage from Colonial times to the 20th Century.
Fredericksburd Confederate Cemetary
Six Confederate generals and more than 3,300 Southern soldiers lie buried here; 2,184 of them are unknown.
Ferry Farm - George Washington's Boyhood Home
Visit George Washington Boyhood Home Site or Ferry Farm Site during your historic journey.
The Mary Washington House
The Mary Washington House is the house in which George Washington's mother, Mary Ball Washington, resided towards the end of her life.
Walk the trails and explore the history behind The Battle of Chancellorsville was a major battle of the American Civil War, and the principal engagement of the Chancellorsville Campaign.