WILLIAMSBURG, Va., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Couples looking for temperate winter weather can enjoy Colonial Williamsburg's Winter Stories Package at the Williamsburg Lodge. Guests can immerse themselves and engage in the true stories of America's first citizens and the trades they practiced; walk the streets of the Historic Area; visit the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum and the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, shop at Merchants Square, and be pampered at the Spa.
The Winter Stories package starts at $299 per couple and includes a three-day, two-night stay at the Williamsburg Lodge, a $100 gift card, daily breakfast in the Lodge restaurant and length-of-stay admission to Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area and museums. The gift card may be applied toward purchases such as spa services at The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg, golf at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, dining in Colonial Williamsburg taverns or restaurants, or at an official, on-site Colonial Williamsburg-owned store. Guests of the Lodge can enjoy the fitness quarters at The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg and the heated indoor lap pool at no additional charge. Those staying at the Lodge this winter have access to exclusive programming including The History of Theater in Williamsburg, a behind-the-scenes look at the role theater played in 18th-century Williamsburg along with An Audience with a Founding Father featuring George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, or Patrick Henry.
The Winter Stories package is based on a two-night minimum stay with Sunday through Wednesday arrival at the Williamsburg Lodge in a superior guest room. Package price is slightly higher for Thursday through Saturday arrivals. The offer is valid through March 25, 2010. The package may be booked by calling 1-800-447-8679 or online at colonialwilliamsburgresort.com/packages/winter-stories-package.
Opened in 1939, the Williamsburg Lodge is one of the first Colonial Williamsburg hotels constructed under the guidance of John D. Rockefeller Jr., the founder and first benefactor of the town's restoration. The recently renovated Lodge tells the story of its Virginia setting and the history of the town Rockefeller restored.
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is a not-for-profit educational institution and cultural destination dedicated to the preservation, restoration, interpretation, and presentation of 18th-century Williamsburg, VA. Visit www.colonialwilliamsburg.com for more information.
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