Welcome to the Kenmore Inn
Intimate. Romantic. Elegant.
Once a private residence, our Princess Anne Street inn effortlessly pairs the intimacy of a bed and breakfast with the services of a boutique hotel and the memorable venue for events. With its lush tranquil bricked patio, original hardwood floors and breezy front porch, the Kenmore Inn invites a historically rich Fredericksburg experience. Encounter our romantic retreat in the heart of Fredericksburg, delighting first-time visitors and charming return guests.
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This Week at The Kenmore Inn
Thursday, September 20th
Live Music by The Davis Bradley Duo
“Kathy Davis and Bradley Bishop joined forces, combining their bluegrass, old time, and swing influences to create the unique musical experience that is Davis & Bradley. They combine a medley of strings and harmonies to create a dynamic sound that is both cutting edge while remaining true to their roots
Music starts at 7:30. Call 540-371-7622 to reserve a table near the music.
Happy Hour from 4:30 to 6:30
Beat the heat at the Kenmore Inn's Happy Hour. Discounted drink specials and rotating food deals every day from 4:30 to 6:30. Dinner service begins at 5:30.
What People Are Saying
About Staying With Us
"Beautiful older home..."
Large archways to dining room. Rooms are small but very comfortable. Breakfast was nicely presented. (Great French toast.) Receptionist most helpful and gave us an upgrade to luxury room.... Plenty of parking available. Restaurant on site has nice menu if staying in. We would definitely stay there again. Great visit! 5/5
"Great Historic Inn"
The Inn was very nice. Everything you need is right in the Inn itself. The staff in the basement bar is very nice. It is a great location to tour old town Fredericksburg. My wife and I had a great time just touring the inn itself. I would recommend it to any couples.
I was in Fredericksburg for an overnight business trip. Could have stayed at a chain hotel--but why? The Kenmore Inn sits in a lovely part of town--one block from the Mary Washington's house, a few blocks from the banks of the Rappahannock. Lovely bedrooms and common areas. Ah, yes, and that exquisite French Toast in the morning. Quiet, peaceful, dare I say Zen-like? Did I really want to spend my evening hours listening to semis pulling into a freeway exit motel/all night diner/gas station? Take my advice: go into town and stay at the Kenmore Inn. You just might not leave, though...