Stratford Hall Meeting

DSDI Spring 2018 Meeting
April 20-22
Stratford Hall, VA

Staying at Stratford Hall


Stratford Hall, VA—We wish we could stay in the Great House, but that’s not possible. However, within the plantation there is a small hotel (“Cheek House”), a large cabin (“Astor House”) and many small individual cabins available to rent. All of these photographs are from Stratford Hall lodging called “The Inn of Stratford Hall” and the Council House for meetings and the dining room. There is a waiting list for the hotel, but a few cabins are still available. Each bedroom in each cabin has its own private bath, so it’s possible to share with other DSDI members. For more information about Stratford lodging, call (804) 493-1967,


Staying away from Stratford Hall, but within 30 miles


Dahlgren, VA—Four hotels are close together.

  • Within 30 miles of Stratford Hall
  • One hour from Reagan National Airport
  • Breakfasts included
  • It is possible to arrange transportation

Holiday Inn opened Fall 2017. 540-625-2034

Hampton Inn 540-625-2333

Quality Inn 540-663-3060

Country Inn and Suites by Carlson 540-644-1500


Montross, VA— There are several interesting bed and breakfasts in the area, including

The Inn at Montross– Five guest rooms about 10 miles from Stratford. Pub in the basement. 804-493-8624

Shop around for other B&Bs in Northern Neck of Virginia


Colonial Beach, VARiver Edge Inn-804-410-2024


Westmoreland State Park– Like Stratford, don’t wait to book these cabins! Westmoreland State Park a few miles away from Stratford-804-493-8821


Tappahannock, VA

Several hotels and a bed and breakfast that:

  • 30 miles away from Stratford Hall
  • One hour from the Richmond airport
  • Close to Francis Lightfoot Lee’s home, “Menokin”

Holiday Inn 804-445-1200

Days Inn  804 443 9200

Super 8  804 443 3888


Bed and Breakfast at Tappahannock:

Essex Inn– 804-443-9900


Fredericksburg, VA_ For another 10 miles from Stratford (40 miles), you have Fredericksburg, Va. with dozens of hotels and B&Bs. Several of the Stratford Hall staff live there and make the drive every day. The city is loaded with history from many generations, like George Washington’s mom living there, James Monroe’s law office and many Civil War battles in and around Fredericksburg. Take a look at:

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