Fredericksburg, Virginia Bed and Breakfasts
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- Your host(s):
- Karen and Warren Bane
- Web Site:
- 123 Lee Drive
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
- Guest Rooms:
- 3Bathrooms: 3
- $175 - $195
- Check In/Out:
- 2:00 - 6:00 PM - 11 AM
- Extra Person Fee:
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Located within the bounds of the Fredericksburg Battlefield National Park, when one stays at Braehead they are staying in the midst of the history.
Braehead was a popular spot for those making their way in and out of Fredericksburg during the Civil War and was "in the country" during that period. On the morning of the 1st Battle of Fredericksburg General Robert E. Lee took breakfast at Braehead, tying his famous horse "Traveller" to the black walnut tree on the south lawn. This particular scene has been adapted as the Braehead "logo" as depicted at the upper left corner of your screen. During the 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg the Union Army occupied the house killing chickens and cows, breaking dishes and engaging in much mischief. The Union Army would use the house as a hospital. Grafitti, bayonet marks, bullet holes, and carvings all remain that these visitors passed through.
If your travel plans change and you must cancel your reservation, please call us at least 10 days before your arrival date to cancel your reservation. You will receive a full refund less a $25 cancellation fee.
If you must cancel with less than 10 days notice you may receive a prorated refund based on the number of days before your intended arrival in which you cancel.
If you need to shorten your stay or check out early, please understand that we must ask you to take responsibility for your entire reservation.
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