Editor's Note: Formerly Fairfield Williamsburg at Kingsgate
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by two cruisers
November 28, 2007
From journal Beyond Colonial Williamsburg
Glen Burnie, Maryland
July 23, 2007
This resort was a pleasant surprise. We are a family of 6 and we all stayed in a one-bedroom deluxe because we were only staying for two days and we weren't hanging out in the room. The room had a king-sized bed that was comfortable, a pull-out bed that looked fairly new, and a kitchen that was stocked. There was also a TV in the bedroom and one in the living room. It had a washer/dryer machine, which we used and the items to operate it.
The resort also had two pools, a playground, and a grill outside the units. The game room was the best as it had high quality video games for all ages and it was all FREE (you pay a $5 daily fee mandatory). The putt putt was in good condition and was also FREE. The pool bar served drinks and the exercise room was fully equipped. We left and went to Kings Dominion on the way home, it's cheaper than Busch Gardens and includes an amusement park and waterpark.
From journal Kingsgate - A Great Family Time!
Lady Lake, Florida
June 11, 2006
Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and many other places of interest are within a 15-minute drive. Traffic is steady, but not bad. We used the kitchen and dining room for breakfast and a couple of lunches. There are so many wonderful local restaurants, along with some of the usual chains. There are lots of places to shop for not only yourself, but all your friends. Take an extra suitcase. This is a wonderful resort and Williamsburg is a great place for people of all ages.
From journal History at your Leisure, not just at a Glance
November 7, 2005
Because we stayed busy all day long, our evenings were usually quiet, either reading or watching TV. The layout of the two-bedroom condo helped each of us have our own resting time. The fully equipped kitchen and dining room were very well laid out and comfortable. The bedrooms both had comfortable beds, large baths (one had a large whirlpool tub), and TVs. Plenty of towels were provided. The linens were especially nice in this resort. The living area had doors leading to a deck which we used for our morning coffee and chats. The resort also had a great excercise room and pools. The grounds were very well kept and provided a great place for a morning walk.
We were very satisfied with the accommodations. So satisfied, that my husband and one of our adult sons who are history buffs went for a trip the following year, they also stayed at the same resort.
From journal Celebrating Friendship
Travelers Rest, South Carolina
August 14, 2005
From journal History Road Trip in Virginia
July 10, 2005
From journal Family Fun in Williamsburg
June 13, 2005
There are gas grills outside of each building. They have lots of activities, discounted tickets, tours, etc., to keep you busy. The adults-only pool is a nice plus!
From journal Williamsburg, VA, Coaster Trip
merrick, New York
May 23, 2005
The outdoor pools are beautiful, with a private adults-only pool that is gated and located behind a larger pool with a children's pool. There is a small indoor pool with a very small deck area--I found it a little claustrophobic, and the fumes of the chlorine were strong. I did not find the indoor pool appealing, although my children swam in it. There is a small gameroom located next to this, a small library area with computer/Internet access, and games can be borrowed at the desk. There is also a video rental machine.
Nearby there are lots and lots of family-friendly restaurants and fast-food places. There is a Kmart withn a few minutes, and there are outlet malls just down the road--maybe 20 minutes away.
From journal Awesome theme park/water park
May 10, 2005
From journal Virginia Delights
December 27, 2004
The units are beautifully decorated and well-maintained. There was no need to purchase any additional equipment for the kitchen and we only ate out for one meal during our entire weeks' stay - even though we could have, we chose not to.
There is so much to see and do in the area that we didn't take the time to enjoy the activities and amenities at the resort. We could see that they had a wonderful swimming pool, miniature golf, an arcade and games room, and videos to rent. There was a whole schedule of activities for all ages. Upon checking in, they try to get you to attend a "presentation," which we are very tired of being approached about. It seems very hard to find a resort that doesn't. I would definitely like to visit again in the future!
From journal A Week in Historical Virginia