Venues

Historic Jasmine Plantation

4500 N. Courthouse Rd, Providence Forge, VA
23140
Historic Jasmine Plantation, located in New Kent County, Virginia, was originally patented by George Morris in 1680. Morris was a surveyor and a friend of George Washington. He was also a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses from New Kent County.

Historic Jasmine Plantation, located in New Kent County, Virginia, was originally patented by George Morris in 1680. Morris was a surveyor and a friend of George Washington. He was also a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses from New Kent County.

The existing house, built in 1750, is located in front of the original Morris home site and was used as a headquarters for Gen. Washington’s Revolutionary Army on Oct. 8th, 1781. Exercises were performed in the front pasture. Two regiments were documented as performing specific exercises from 9:00 to 11:00 AM and from 3:00 to half past 4:00 PM each day. George Washington and the Revolutionary Army proceeded to Yorktown, winning the final battle of the Revolutionary War.

Historic Jasmine Plantation at one time consisted of 1,100 acres, being virtually self-sufficient. It stayed in by the Morris family for more than 100 years, until 1850.

Henry and Matte Brenneman purchased the property in 1918. Matte was an accomplished artist. A mural in the front stairwell, as well as many paintings produced by Matte, adorn the walls of Jasmine.

http://jasmineplantation.com/
804-966-9836

Gracefield Hall, L.L.C.

3351 Mt. Pleasant Road
Providence Forge, VA
23140-3616
Gracefield Hall Bed & Breakfast is situated in a clearing on 23 beautiful, wooded acres. Drive up our country lane and you step back in time.

Gracefield Hall Bed & Breakfast is situated in a clearing on 23 beautiful, wooded acres. Drive up our country lane and you step back in time. Experience the hospitality and grandeur of Gracefield Hall, a historically accurate representation of a colonial Chesapeake plantation house.

Colonial plantations were remote and many miles apart; there were no hotels or motels, just taverns offering a space in a bed. Travelers were invited to spend the night, refresh, and enjoy a hearty breakfast before continuing their journey. We offer the same friendliness and hospitality.

http://www.gracefieldhallbnb.com/
804-966-2193

Criss Cross Properties LLC

600 Travis Street Suite 400 Houston, Texas
77002
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The Epitome of Southern Hospitality and Charm!

Today’s convenient and superbly managed event and tomorrow’s lasting memories start at Cumberland Plantation.

http://info@cumberlandplantation.com
804 698-9928

New Kent Winery

8400 Old Church Rd, New Kent, VA
23124
Here at New Kent Winery at Dombroski Vineyards, we are a family business in every aspect of our operation. From the vineyards to the tasting room, we all work together to deliver delicious wines and superior service. We invite you to take a minute to read our story and learn what we are all about. We look forward to meeting you!

A passion for fine wine and a lifestyle surrounded by family and good friends is the reality created by Joe and Jo Anna Dombroski at New Kent Winery.  Since purchasing the New Kent Winery in September 2014, the entire Dombroski family has been involved in the success of the winery. Youngest son, Jacob, oversees the development of our many varietals as Vice President of Winery Operations.  His wife, Lindsay, is in charge of marketing, and their three young children, Berkley Lane,  Jacob Coleman, and Talley Grace, bring their smiles and joy each day. Eldest son, Joseph, designed the new label and handles information technology, Jessica tastes and enjoys with her husband, Kevin Keller, and Joshua helps during harvest time.

https://newkentwinery.com
(804) 932 -8240

Saude Creek Winery

16230 Cooks Mill Rd, Lanexa, VA
23089
Welcome to Saude Creek

A scenic winding drive leads travelers to Saudé Creek Vineyards.  Prior to the purchase of this land by winery, the acreage belonged to the Eames’ family for hundreds of years.  An 18th century cemetery, surrounded by a black iron fence marks the final resting place and early passing of Edward Lee Eames (1871-1873).  Saudé Creek’s historic acreage was the site of a colonial tavern named John Frank’s Ordinary, a meeting place for early travelers.  Until the creation of Saudé Creek Vineyards, the land was farmed and then lay dormant.  Saudé Creek’s goal is to renew and revive the land by growing present day grapevines.

With the purchase of the 100-acre property in 2008, 20 acres of grapes and 1000 apple trees.  Grape varietals include Vidal Blanc, Traminette, Viognier, Petit Verdot, Petit Menseng and Chambourcin.  Today, visitors to our wine room are offered magnificent views of the vineyard from a tasting room made of 160 year old timbers rescued from tobacco warehouses.  Surrounded by lush gardens, the craftsman-style winery has 3,000 square feet of covered porches and a towering stone fireplace whose log fires gently illuminate the interior.

http://www.saudecreek.com
804.966.5896

Wallace Manor

3821 N Courthouse Rd, Providence Forge, VA
23140
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(804) 966-2858

Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center

9275 Barnes Rd, Toano, VA
23168
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Partner with us to provide a place for fellowship, growth and renewal!

300 peaceful, wooded acres in Toano near Williamsburg, Virginia. Come visit our Christian Retreat Center with your family, 
church group, or other organization. We would love to provide you with a time away in nature to experience spiritual renewal! 

https://www.wcrc.info
(757) 566-2256

Colonial Downs

10515 Colonial Downs Parkway
23124
Welcome to the all-new Colonial Downs Racetrack in New Kent, Virginia! Visit us to experience the excitement of pari-mutuel wagering, in addition to HHR electronic gaming devices.

Colonial Downs, located in New Kent, Virginia off interstate 64 between Richmond and Williamsburg, has a legendary history of thoroughbred flat racing with the best turf track in the country. Now, the interior will be as exciting as the horses charging the Colonial Down’s track as we undergo renovations and provide new and exciting benefits.

https://www.colonialdowns.com/