Originally constructed in 1824, the Kenmore Inn offers nine beautifully appointed guest rooms, a historic Pub and Restaurant, and is the perfect venue for a wedding, reception, and other special events. Situated among stately 18th and 19th century homes in Fredericksburg, Virginia, the Kenmore Inn is just blocks away from fascinating historic sites like Mary Washington’s House, Fredericksburg Museum, the Rising Sun Tavern, and a myriad of antique shops, restaurants, and the Rappahannock River.
Whether one is looking for the perfect romantic getaway or a place to relax after a long day of work, the Kenmore Inn offers luxury and deluxe accommodations that are perfect for all. Each guest room features a private bathroom, flat screen television, and high speed wireless access and is decorated with period antiques. An exquisite complimentary breakfast served from 7:30am – 10:00am in our Main Dining Room allows our guests to depart in full satisfaction and relaxation.
Let us know you're coming to a Night Of Fallen Stars at The Kenmore Inn on October 29th! Dress like your favorite deceased celebrity for a chance to win the grand prize, a six pack of wine! ... See MoreSee Less
Some of the new Kenmore Inn menu options include this delicious new scallop dish, pappardelle pasta with meatballs (an upscale comfort food for the impending cold weather), and beet "tartare"! Come on over for dinner! ... See MoreSee Less
For today's FINAL edition of "Meet Our Staff" Monday, we're proud to introduce you to our very own Executive Chef and General Manager, Jacqueline Dormer-Hartman.
Although she had been experiencing a great deal of success in a software sales career, Jacquie pursued her passion (and her palette) by attending the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center) in New York City. She absorbed all she could regarding fine French techniques as well as traditional Farm-to-Table methodology. After leaving The Center, she developed menus and honed her skills for many prestigious eating destinations before alighting at the Kenmore Inn.
Her idols and mentors include Thomas Keller and Jacques Pepin (the Dean of the Institute where she learned her craft). She is passionate about mentoring the talented, young chefs who find themselves under her guidance.
When not mentoring, preparing meals for our guests, or attending to Inn business, this humorous animal lover can be found spending time with her dog, Jackson, and her husband. She has a deep love for travel and enjoys sampling regional fare.
Every time you come to the Kenmore, you can be assured that she has had a hand in your experience, whether you are an Inn guest, a dining guest, or attending an event! Be sure to say hello if you can catch up to her while she's on the go at the Kenmore. She will certainly be attending the Kenmore Inn Night of Fallen Stars on October the 29th so maybe she'll see you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Don't even hesitate when booking this B&B! It's a hidden treasure! I loved all the antique decorations and furnishings, but what I enjoyed most was the front porch swing. This place feels like home and we can't wait to return.
A Sweet Retreat! - Tripadvisor.com
The rooms are large and comfortable and we did not hear any noise from the other guests coming and going in the hallway. The breakfast was excellent and plentiful. Having a coffee maker in the upstairs hall was a welcome touch.
Lovely Overnight Stay! - Tripadvisor.com
Food was excellent. Excellent place, amazing atmosphere with stone walls and floors, food was incredible. Plus there was a beautiful garden area to see outside after. Definitely recommend.
Very cool Restaurant downstairs - Opentable.com
The Kenmore Inn
1200 Princess Anne Street,
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401