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Thursday, May 23, 2024



Welcome to King’s Creek. We hope that you’re looking forward to a relaxing and enjoyable stay.

Whether you’re here to appreciate the resort amenities, dining, shopping, theme parks or to experience our country’s history come to life, we’re sure you’ll find your online villa directory to be an excellent resource in planning your time in Williamsburg.

As always, your King’s Creek team is committed to ensuring you have what you need for your best possible vacation and will be happy to provide recommendations based on your vacation needs.

Have a wonderful vacation!

The Management and Staff

King’s Creek
191 Cottage Cove Lane,
Williamsburg VA 23185
(757) 221-6760


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In the event Security is needed our officers are available 24/7 daily and can be reached at extension 6723 or (757) 254-5307
King’s Creek does not provide a linen exchange during your stay.

Each unit is equipped with washers/dryers for laundering of towels/linens.

If additional towel sets are needed, they are available at a cost of $2.50 per set (bath towel, hand towel and wash cloth).

Hours of Operation

Front Desk 7 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Pool Hours 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Fitness Center 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Check out time is 10:00 a.m. Late checkouts are not available. This policy ensures courteous and timely service for the arrival of guests.

For your convenience, housekeeping will remove all soiled linens & towels.

Please load dishwasher with any used dishes and start the wash cycle. If dishwasher is unavailable please hand-wash.

Dispose of trash in the receptacles located outside of the unit.

Upon departure, please return all keys to the front desk.

Guests must be 16 years of age or older.

Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

ID is required prior to check in at the Aquatic Center.

Only re-sealable plastic bottles are allowed in the Fitness Center.

7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Men and Women’s Locker Rooms with showers, saunas and steam rooms complete your total body workout.

Located behind our spacious check-in lobby, the Aquatic Center features a beautiful junior-size Olympic swimming pool.

Lots of warmth, light and chaise lounges offer poolside relaxing throughout the seasons.

Whether you swim laps in the pool or unwind in one of our many hot tubs, water fun is everywhere at King’s Creek.

The ladies’ and men’s locker rooms feature their own saunas and steam rooms.

The large workout room features Cybex equipment for maximum exercise benefit.

The Aquatic Center adds convenience, fitness and relaxation.

Hours of Operation

Front Desk 7 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Pool Hours 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Fitness Center 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

King’s Creek is for the quiet enjoyment of our guests.

Minors must be reasonably supervised at all times.

We reserve the right to remove individuals who disturb, disrupt, or prohibit the enjoyment of other guests … potentially resulting in the forfeiture of all deposits made.

Local police may be summoned to assist in enforcing these standards.

Noise must be kept to a minimum.

In the event noise levels disturb others, our staff will take the appropriate action to address the situation promptly with the possibility of removing the guests from the resort; please contact the Front Desk: (757) 221-6760 or after hours call Security at (757) 254-5307.

No rollerblading or skateboarding permitted. Please have an enjoyable and safe stay here with us at King’s Creek!

Cards, board games, basketballs, tennis rackets, horse shoes and shuffle board equipment are available at the Activities Center located at the back of the Clubhouse/Preview Center.

Video Game Room: We’ve got a Playstation 4 and Xbox 360 with a variety of games to choose from. The room is first come, first serve.

Ask staff about availability prior to using.

  • One Bedroom/Sleeps 2 to 4
  • Two Bedroom/Sleeps 6
  • Three Bedroom/Sleeps 10
  • Four Bedroom Townes/Sleeps 12
  • Four Bedroom Estate/Sleeps 14
Gas grills are located throughout the property for your use.

Further assistance is available by dialing “0” from your unit.

Please remember to exercise caution when operating the gas grill and turn valve to the OFF position when finished.

King’s Creek does not offer assigned parking.

If additional parking is needed, we suggest using the parking area located behind the Aquatic Center.

Except for service dogs, pets are not allowed at the resort.

Our staff will be happy to recommend area facilities to accommodate your pet.

Emergency Service 911 (Police, Fire, Ambulance)

Please provide the emergency personnel with the room # and street name in order for the emergency team to locate you.

This information can be found on the front panel of your phone.

Once you have made the 911 call, please notify our front desk by dialing “0” in order to have our First Responder Team sent to your location.

8+ number

8+ area code and number

8+1+area code+number

8+011+country code+area code+number
$2.50 connection fee $.50 cents per minute.

Dial “0” for the front desk
Local Calls … No Charge
800 & Calling Cards … No Charge
Long Distance … $1.50 connection fee and $.25 per minute

1. Dial 2002 to access voicemail
2. Password is # key
3. Press 1 for messages
4. Press 9 to delete messages

Pools are exclusively available for the use of Resort Owners/Guests only.

Proper swimming attire is required. Infants and toddlers must wear appropriate undergarments.

Diapers only are not allowed. Diving, running,  horseplay, rude or offensive behavior is not permitted.

Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Guests must be 12 years of age to use Hot Tub.

Recycle bins are located behind the Aquatic Center.
Steam Room and Sauna are available to guests 17 years of age and older.
Showers and locker usage requires an ID or Owner card. Please sign in at the Aquatic Center Front Desk.
Upon arrival the resort will provide a starter pack of supplies that include soap, shampoo, (1) pack of laundry detergent and paper products.

Due to the ongoing challenges with the supply chain additional amenity packs are available at a charge of $20.00 per bag.

Your King’s Creek Concierge is your adventure guide.

Use his or her expertise to help you chart your course for adventure.

The Concierge Desk is located in the Aquatic Center adjacent to the Front Desk.


Our Activities Center is conveniently located at the back of the Clubhouse by the swimming pool. Each week an orientation for vacationers is offered providing information about the area, fun activities, as well as special coupons to shop and dine.

The Activities Center Social Room hosts movie nights, ice cream socials, bingo, chocolate-making classes, a Not-So-Newlywed game for married couples, and many seasonal social events.

The Arts & Crafts Room has crafts for all ages including painting, sand art, and coffee mug decorating to name a few. Make some art and leave with a keepsake! Our craft room will only be open during craft activities.

The Teen Room has an Xbox 360/Xbox Kinect, and vacationers can check out board games, cards, DVDs, and a variety of sport games.

Available at the Activities Center:

  • Board Games
  • Playing Cards
  • Puzzles
  • DVD Rental
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Teen Room

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Located behind our spacious check-in lobby, the Aquatic Center features a beautiful junior-size Olympic swimming pool. Lots of warmth, light and chaise lounges offer poolside relaxing throughout the seasons. Whether you swim laps in the pool or unwind in one of our many hot tubs, water fun is everywhere at King’s Creek. The ladies’ and men’s locker rooms feature their own saunas and steam rooms. The large workout room features Cybex equipment for maximum exercise benefit. The Aquatic Center adds convenience, fitness and relaxation.

Hours of Operation
Front Desk: 7:00 am ~ 11:00 pm
Pool Hours: 7:00 am ~ 10:00 pm
Fitness Hours: 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

Amenities: Steam room, hot tub, and sauna are available to those 18 years of age and older. Showers are provided. Locker usage requires an ID or owner card.

Pool Regulations: Pools are available exclusively for the use of Resort Guests and Owners. Proper swimming attire is required. Infants and toddlers must wear appropriate undergarments (swim diapers). Diapers only are not allowed. Diving, running, horseplay, rude and offensive behavior is not permitted. Children 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Guests must be 12 years of age or older to use hot tub.


Basketballs, tennis rackets, horseshoes, miniature golf, and shuffleboard equipment are available upon request at the Activities Center located at the back of the Clubhouse/Preview Center.

  • Outdoor Pool/Kiddie Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Playground
  • Men/Women Changing Facilities
  • Activities Center
For the convenience of our owners and guests, the King’s Creek Marketplace and Business Center is located in the Aquatic Center by the Check-in Lobby.

It provides our owners and guests with the conveniences of toiletries, gift items and snacks. Be sure to get your King’s Creek souvenir items here! Hours: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Call the front desk for details (757) 221-6760

  • Children’s Playground
  • Shuffle Board
  • Miniature Golf

(Equipment available at the Activities Center)


The One Bedroom Cottage is ideal for couples and includes a king and sofa bed.

The Two Bedroom Cottage sleeps 4 to 6 persons with a king bed, 2 twin beds and sofa bed.

The Three Bedroom Cottage sleeps 6 to 10 persons with 2 king beds, 2 twin beds and two sofa beds.

The Cottage features include pillow top mattresses, 3 ½ bathrooms equipped with towels and a hairdryer, gas log fireplaces (two- or three-bedroom only), in-suite washer / dryer, jetted tubs (one- or three- bedroom only), available

Wi-Fi, flat screen cable TV with DVD player in living room, TVs in all bedrooms, private decks and patios with chairs and/or rockers and barbecue grills throughout.

The Cottages kitchens include all cooking utensils and cookware, full-size refrigerator and electric range, microwave, coffee maker, toaster and blender.

Small amenities include linens, ironing board and iron, clock radio, phones and a vacuum sweeper.

The Townes offer two and four-bedroom units. The two-bedrooms with a sofa bed, sleeps 4-6 persons. Four-bedroom (double unit) sleeps 12 with two sofa beds.

The Townhomes feature lockout capability (in the four bedroom units), a sunroom, wet bar, electric fireplace, Each two bedroom features two full bathrooms, garden tub, in-suite washer / dryer, available Wi-Fi, flat screen cable TV with DVD player in living room, TVs in all bedrooms and barbecue grills throughout.

The Townes’ kitchens include all cooking utensils and cookware, full-size refrigerator and electric range, microwave, coffee maker, toaster and blender.

Other small accommodation amenities include linens and towels, ironing board and iron, hairdryer, clock radio, phones and vacuum sweeper.

At the Townes you will find:

  • 3 Tiered Outdoor Pool/Kiddie Pool
  • Men/Women Changing Facilities
  • Hot Tub
  • Picnic Tables
  • Grills
  • Horseshoes (Equipment available at Activities Center)
The Estates offer one-, two-, three- and four- bedroom accommodations.

The one-bedroom Estate is ideal for a couple and sleeps up to 4. The two-bedroom Estate sleeps 6 (with a king bed, queen bed and a sofa bed).

The three-bedroom Estate sleeps 10 (2 king beds, 1 queen bed, 2 sofa beds). Finally, our largest accommodation, the four-bedroom Estate sleeps up 14 people.

Estates features include pillow top mattresses, decks, jetted tubs in all master bedrooms, fireplace, in-suite washer / dryer, available Wi-Fi, flat screen cable TV with DVD player in living room, TVs in all bedrooms, private decks with chairs. And barbecue grills in picnic area.

The Estates kitchens include top-grade stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, toaster and blender. Small amenities include linens and towels, ironing board and iron, hairdryer, clock radio, phones and vacuum sweeper.

At the Estates you will find:

  • Outdoor Pool
  • Men/Women Changing Facilities
  • Hot Tub


We begin at Berkeley Plantation, Virginia’s most historic plantation. Step back in time to a bygone era and experience a genteel 18th century lifestyle.

Nowhere can you find a more unspoiled and tranquil environment. Our history begins in 1619 when settlers observed the first official Thanksgiving in America.

Berkeley’s 1726 Georgian mansion is the birthplace of Benjamin Harrison, signer of the Declaration of Independence and three times Governor of Virginia.

The estate is also the birthplace of William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the United States, and ancestral home of his grandson, Benjamin Harrison, the twenty third President.

During the Civil War, Berkeley was occupied by General George McClellan’s Union troops.

While at Berkeley, General Daniel Butterfield composed the familiar tune “Taps,” first played by his bugler, O.W. Norton.

12602 Harrison Landing Rd
Charles City, VA 23030
(888) 466-6018

(800) 343-7946

1 Busch Gardens Drive

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(5 minute drive)

Thrills, chills and heart-pounding adventure await visitors at Busch Gardens. Spring and summer are the popular times for children of all ages, but don’t forget the autumn chills of Howl-o-Scream or the enchanting Christmas Town opening the weekend before Thanksgiving and running through December. All-season festivals, parades, concerts, food and drink make this park a destination for the adventure lovers.

Busch Gardens is open year round – Click here for latest schedule.

(757) 220-7645

105 Information Center Drive

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(10 minute drive)

The world’s largest living history museum features intriguing exhibits, taverns, two world-class art museums and so much more — a truly inspirational experience of our country’s revolutionary times where you become part of America’s story.

(757) 253-5110

2207 Colonial Parkway

Williamsburg, VA 23187

(15 minute drive)

This cultural heritage site along the James River is the location of the 1607 James Fort and the later 17th century city of Jamestown. Visit the Memorial Church and Archaerium Museum which offers exhibitions on the first permanent settlers from England.

The Settlement brings to life the experience of those first permanent English settlers and the Native Americans they encountered. Through film, gallery exhibits and an outdoor living history museum including climb aboard replicas of the three ships that sailed from England to Virginia in 1607, you will relive the experience of America’s first permanent English colony.

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Cool off. Splash. Have a blast. Water Country USA is right next door! You have the perfect location to enjoy the park for a day or for your entire visit. Try the Colossal Curl, Nitro Racer and other thrill-seeking experiences, or enjoy the kiddy corners for a calmer visit.

Water Country USA is open Mid May to Mid September – Click here for latest schedule.

(757) 847-3151

100 Water Street

Yorktown, VA 23690

(15 minute drive)

Walk the site of the last major battle of the Revolutionary War on the beautiful York River. The new Yorktown Tour Guide app is available for free and leads you through 300 years of American history on a walking tour of Historic Yorktown or choose a driving tour that takes you on a journey of the events of the Siege of Yorktown. Historic Yorktown is home to the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, The Watermen’s Museum, riverfront boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Swim or sunbathe at the public beach and catch seasonal farmer’s markets, live music and more.


At Yorktown. America’s struggle for independence, from the beginnings of colonial unrest to the formation of the new nation, is chronicled through the stories of citizens and soldiers in gallery exhibits, films and outdoor living history.

Muster with the troops in a recreated Continental Army encampment, and help with chores at a recreated Revolution-era farm. Open Daily.

Gift Shop & seasonal café. Ticket required.

Fort Monroe, Hampton, has displays mounted inside the walls of the largest stone fort ever built in the nation.

The museum features the cell where Confederate President Jefferson Davis was imprisoned and tells the story of historic Fort Monroe.

Yorktown Beach provides opportunities for boating, swimming, and fishing.

A Mobi-Mat is in place to accommodate walkers and wheelchairs to allow everyone to have accessibility.

Buckroe Beach in Hampton is a family-friendly beach on the Chesapeake Bay.

And of course, for the Atlantic Ocean experience, Virginia Beach is only a cool hour away.

Treasures from three centuries, the James River Plantations are situated along scenic Virginia Route 5 in Charles City County.

They were established between the James and Chickahominy Rivers, close to the colonial capitals of Jamestown and Williamsburg.

They include Sherwood Forest, home to our 10th President John Tyler; Westover built by William Byrd II; Shirley Plantation with 11 generations of one family; and perhaps the most well-known, Berkeley Plantation, the site of the first official Thanksgiving in 1619.

Newport News, is a 1769 Georgian-style house and plantation that is open for tours and hosts Civil War-themed events, living history programs, summer camps, a ghost walk and Christmas programs.
Enjoy live performances, plays, orchestras and featured films at The Kimball Theatre on Merchants Square.

A rich season of performances is held at the College of William and Mary’s Phi Beta Kappa Hall on Jamestown Road, and don’t miss the Shakespeare Festival held each summer.

Enjoy the Williamsburg Players, you can see community theater at its best.

For a grand experience, check out Christopher Newport University’s Ferguson Center for the Arts, and for more intimate theater try The American Theatre in Phoebus, Hampton.

Downtown old Hampton, focuses on the history of the city, with exhibits that include displays on Native Americans, the city’s role in the Civil War and modern artifacts.

Yorktown Market Days and Merchant Square Market Days — April Onward Saturday mornings during the spring, summer and fall mean one thing in both Williamsburg on Merchants Square and Yorktown at Riverwalk Landing: the Farmer’s Markets.

These are the places to discover locally grown produce, baked goods, crafts, and hear local musicians and learn time-honored culinary techniques from the area’s top chefs. The markets close midday, so get there early.

Get onto the roads and trails to discover the countryside and rivers on the gorgeous Colonial Parkway extending from Jamestown to Yorktown — King’s Creek lies right at one of the entrances to the Parkway. Spend the day walking trails, fishing or paddling the waters on rented canoes, kayaks or pedal boats found at one of multiple parks located within less than 10 miles of The Creek. York River State Park and Waller Mill Park are local favorites and Newport News City Park, one of the largest municipal parks east of the Mississippi.

This magnificent 7,711 acre-oasis is home to an incredible variety of native wildlife, flowering meadows and two lakes.

There are 30 miles of hiking and biking trails, bicycle (and helmet) rentals, playgrounds and picnic shelters. Way more than just zip lines, Go Ape is an exhilarating journey through the forest canopy as you take on suspended obstacles and breathtaking zip lines — all with an incredible view.

The Williamsburg Botanical Garden at Freedom Park showcases native plants in different environments. Wander the paths and experience the butterfly garden, wetlands, herbs, native grasses and wildflower meadow.

Is Virginia’s oldest church, dating back to the 17th century. Although no longer an active church, Historic St. Luke’s now functions as a museum and historic site offering daily guided tours and gifts from our boutique gift shop.
Located at Newport News, the Lee Hall mansion is a large antebellum plantation house used as a Confederate headquarters in 1862 before Union forces overtook the area.

The restored mansion documents the Civil War’s 1862 Peninsula Campaign.

Enjoy a guided Segway tour through Historic Yorktown or rent a bicycle for a self-guided tour.

Beach provisions, snacks and various sundries are also available in this cute little shop.

Relax and rejuvenate with a spa treatment to soothe your body, mind and spirit.

Vacations are for relaxation.

Go home feeling better than you did when you arrived. Massages, facials, manicures and pedicures are just the start…

Experience the smell of lavender, lemon grass, orange and ginger, feel the scrub of seaweed, the exfoliating polish of raw sugar and fine salts.

Your King’s Creek concierge will help you book a day of rejuvenation at one of Williamsburg’s deluxe spas.

The Concierge Desk is located in the Aquatic Center adjacent to the Front Desk

Sail into history aboard Yorktown’s homeported tall ship, the Schooner Alliance! Book a sightseeing day sail as you navigate past the Battlefield — the same spot where our country won its independence.

Enjoy a romantic sunset sail, as you sip on a glass of wine and scan the horizon for dolphins.

Cheer on your kids as they raise the sails, steer the schooner, and learn to tie knots on a Pirate Adventure Cruise.

This special attraction runs April through November, with three daily sails that depart from the Riverwalk Landing Pier.

Seats fill quickly! Reserve yours now by calling (888) 316-6422

In Newport News, the Mariners’ Museum houses one of the largest maritime history museums in the nation.

The “Age of Exploration” exhibit will take you through the shipbuilding and ocean navigation of the first explorers of America.

At Fort Eustis, this museum offers transportation-related materials presented in a series of dioramas.

Outside there is a yard with road vehicles, amphibious craft, an aircraft pavilion, and another rail exhibit yard.

In Newport News, includes a walkway along with the building’s galleries, that meanders through animal habitats, an underground gallery that takes visitors into a limestone cave and through the state’s fossil record, and the “World of Darkness,” which brings viewers face-to-face with nocturnal creatures.
Located in Newport News, this museum  has artifacts that include uniforms, weapons, posters, photos and vehicles from the Revolutionary War to the present.
Located in Downtown old Hampton, this museum takes you on a journey to the next chapter of exploration with exhibits, events and an IMAX theater.

Visitors can see the Apollo 12 Command Module and a DC-9 passenger jet, peer into the nose of an F-16 jet, try their hands at flying with a Boeing 717 Simulator, climb into the cockpit of an F/A-22 Raptor and look at a meteorite

Located in Yorktown, this museum helps visitors learn the role Chesapeake Bay watermen played in molding our nation — from pre-colonial to modern times through historical displays, demonstrations, and special events.
The Trolley is one of the best ways to see Historic Yorktown.

Friendly drivers will give helpful information about each stop so you can focus on the scenery, the history, and where you want to have your next meal.

The FREE air-conditioned service will take you from the Yorktown Battlefield Visitor Center all the way to the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, making several convenient stops along the way.

Each trolley is ADA accessible.


Museums, theatres and concert halls around the area offer opportunities for discovery.

Bassett Hall was the home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. during the restoration and reconstruction of Colonial Williamsburg.

The DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum on Francis Street are open year round.

The Kimball Theatre in Merchants Square presents a variety of programs throughout the year. Our community theatre company, the Williamsburg Players, offers acclaimed plays and musicals each season.

The Williamsburg Winery lets you taste the culture of Williamsburg.

Williamsburg has world-class golf courses that surround you with the beauty of the area.

During the time of your stay, owners at King’s Creek can play a round of golf at one of our partner award-winning Golf Clubs, including Kingsmill’s River Course and Plantation Course.

Other course access include Kiskiack Golf Club, Colonial Williamsburg Green Course and Colonial Heritage.

We have special offers that are valid for up to a group of four people per reservation.

To book your round of golf, please contact your King’s Creek Concierge during your stay.

The Concierge Desk is located in the Aquatic Center adjacent to the Front Desk

For the history buffs, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center take you back in time, and interaction with costumed interpreters brings history to life.

Historic Jamestowne and Yorktown Battlefield, as well as Colonial Williamsburg, place you in the actual structures and environment of the settlers, colonists and revolutionary armies.

We have minature golf right here at “The Creek” or take the kids to Go-Karts Plus and enjoy watching them maneuver around the 18-hole Gold Rush themed course.

Watch out for the “Dynamite Shack” blowing it’s top!

We don’t know about you, but we think the world could use more parks. Check out some of the great parks of Williamsburg, Virginia — there are some great ones for you to enjoy.

Parks offer us incredible gifts to fully enjoy nature in peace, to meet people, to exercise, enjoy the solace of a shady spot on a hot day, to allow our children a safe space to play and explore—and that’s just the short list!

Here’s a quick rundown of all of the parks in our beautiful community, so the next time you book a stay with us, you’ll feel just like a local.

Community Parks

If you’re looking for a day of leisure, head to one of these great parks of Williamsburg. They are beautiful community parks:

Kiwanis Park

With ball fields, a tennis court, a picnic shelter and playground, this 27-acre park is on our list of favorites. The playground is top-notch for your climbing kiddos, and the walking path that circles the playground features shaded sitting areas for parents. There is even an exercise area with equipment that lets park-goers do full-body exercises.

Quarterpath Park

This 23-acre park provides endless opportunities for recreation. Softball fields, a tennis court, and a sanded volleyball court are pristinely maintained so that your next game can go off without a hitch. There are also picnic shelters and a playground if you want to bring your kids for lunch, and of course, there is plenty of space for your dog to get some exercise, too.

Waller Mill Park

This incredible space is 2,705 acres situated around a reservoir that was opened to the public in July 1972. The 360-acre lake is open for fishing, boating, pedal boating, and kayaking with a tunnel connecting the upper and lower sections of the lake. Numerous picnic tables, picnic shelters, playing fields, and playground equipment are nestled among the trees, providing a serene picnic area.

Passive Parks

A “passive park” usually lacks an active play component. These parks are natural areas maintained by the city, and provide fantastic opportunities for getting closer to nature.

Bicentennial Park

An excellent choice for dog owners and joggers, this beautiful park sits at the corner of Nassau Street and Newport Avenue, a quick walk from Downtown Williamsburg. We love this green park’s lovely brick walkway, and it’s the perfect spot to picnic with a friend, soak up some rays, or read a book after a long day enjoying the historic area.

City Square Park

City Square Park is situated between the Williamsburg Regional Library and the Stryker Center. This lovely green space features a beautiful plaza with a fountain, trellis, and artwork. People love to gather here to picnic on the lawn or use the cafe-style seating to eat, read, or people watch.

College Landing Park

As you may have already guessed, College Landing Park is adjacent to William & Mary’s campus. This park provides excellent site-seeing opportunities, from the marsh walkway that offers views of College Creek to the lookout tower. This is a great place for fishing, kayaking and canoeing, or simply sitting at the water’s edge to take in the peaceful view.

Minor Park

We love this park’s name! At a “minor” 0.17 acres, this gem offers a lovely respite from the hustle and bustle of life with cozy benches, thoughtful landscaping, and even a Little Free Library!

Redoubt Park

This 22-acre park was dedicated in May of 2007 to honor the 145th anniversary of the Battle of Williamsburg. A redoubt is a type of fortification, and this park preserves two of these original structures that were built by soldiers and enslaved people to guard Quarterpath Road and nearby Tutters’ Mill Pond. Over 160 years ago, this site was the scene of a battle that resulted in over 3,800 Union and Confederate deaths. Only the two redoubts remain, reminding us all of those who sacrificed themselves to write America’s future. If you visit, take a walk on Tuttle Trail, a one-mile path dotted with Civil War markers, placards and redoubts one and two. 

Feel the wind in your hair and take the family to Go-Karts Plus on Richmond Road, near the Williamsburg Pottery.

Four tracks for go-karts, 18 holes of miniature golf, bumper cars, bumper boats and an arcade will keep everyone entertained.

For a cool night excursion, sign up for a ghost tour through the streets of Williamsburg.

Check with your King’s Creek Concierge on their recommendations for your family.

The Concierge Desk is located in the Aquatic Center adjacent to the Front Desk

Take it to the River — ride the FREE Jamestown Ferry across the James River to the small town of Surry.

Visit Bacon’s Castle (built in 1665) — one of the oldest homes in English North America.


Residents from Northern Virginia and Richmond are known to make a shopping excursion to Williamsburg.

Insider Tip: Saturday mornings during the spring, summer and fall means the Williamsburg Farmer’s Market in Merchants Square.

One of the largest draws in the area for shoppers is Premium Outlets on Richmond Road.

With 135 outlet stores including Hugo Boss, Coach, Dooney & Burke, Burberry, Brooks Brothers and Michael Kors, the bargain hunter in your group will discover a trunk full of deals.

On Duke of Gloucester Street, you will find Williamsburg treasures in Merchants Square. Art, high end clothing, jewelry, books, eccentric and traditional home furnishings.

High Street and New Town is a new concept of a community embracing retail, restaurants, residential and is a bustling area of shops, dining, activities and townhomes.

Williamsburg Antique Mall is a browser’s paradise.

Yorktown has the Riverwalk Landing on the banks of the York River. Enjoy lunch and an afternoon of shopping along the waterfront.

(757) 253-0182

1470 Quarterpath Road

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(5 minute drive)

Turn left out of King’s Creek onto Route 199 West. Take I-64 West to exit 238. Turn left at end of ramp onto Route 143.

Turn right at second light onto Route 132 and follow for one mile.

Turn right onto Route 60/ Bypass Rd.

Take a right onto Richmond Rd.

(15+ minute drive)

(757) 259-3020

200 Marquis Parkway

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(2 minute drive)

(757) 220-2772

731 East Rochambeau Drive

Williamsburg, VA 23188

(15+ minute drive)

(757) 565-0702

5715 Richmond Road

Williamsburg, VA 23188

(15 minute drive)

(757) 229-0999

5800 Wessex Hundred Road

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(15 minute drive)


Subs, Mexican food, coffee, chocolate, even dine while you watch a movie — High Street has a nice selection from which to choose.
The restaurants in and around Merchant’s Square are local favorites and popular with visitors exploring Colonial Williamsburg and their famous taverns and the College’s hot spots.
New Town offers many dining experiences from upscale steakhouses and seafood restaurants to local taverns and sports bars.

You will find something for everyone in the family at New Town. Explore the shops around Main Street to walk off the after dinner ice cream.

A dining advantage of King’s Creek is the proximity to Yorktown via the Colonial Parkway.

A few minutes’ drive will have you dining on the York River.

The variety makes choosing difficult, even for the locals, so consult with your Kings’s Creek Concierge to find the perfect place for your culinary cravings.

The Concierge Desk is located in the Aquatic Center adjacent to the Front Desk

Closest to King’s Creek, you will find places to eat near Busch Gardens or go west towards Colonial Williamsburg to find other great restaurants.

Kingsmill hosts several restaurants as well as a few across the street in the McLaws Circle area.

You will find superb locally owned restaurants.

Here you will find the reliable chain restaurants and a few surprises.

The road stretches from the College of William & Mary to the edge of town (and beyond).

Downtown Yorktown includes several one-of-a-kind eateries with vast menus featuring fresh seafood, artisan pizzas, gourmet cakes and desserts — even sushi.

Whether you’re searching for a fine dining experience or a casual pub atmosphere, you’ll find a little of everything.

The best part is no matter where you turn, you’re surrounded by beautiful views of the York River!


The Brewery Taproom has 16 taps available for our classic year round recipes, the newest releases and, if you’re lucky, some exclusive pours.

We’ve got games and non-alcoholic beverages for families, bottles or growlers to-go, plus stuff to take with you such as shirts, hats, glasses, and much more.

189B Ewell Rd

Williamsburg, VA 23188

(757) 220-3670

While there take in the picturesque views of the James River while sipping a flight of their 4 best offerings. They also offer a tour of their state of the art Brewing facility exclusively for our Owners and guests upon arrival.

Come hungry, as this stop also boasts some of the best in food trucks, the latest craze here in the Burg.

2054 Jamestown Rd

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(757) 926-0981

Gauthier Vineyard, LLC, is a family-owned working farm, equestrian center, vineyard and winery located in scenic New Kent County near the intersection of the LaFayette and Washington-Rochambeau trails to Yorktown.

5000 Farmers Dr

Barhamsville, VA 23011

(703) 622-1107

A family-owned and operated farm winery specializing in true southern hospitality as well as providing an unparalleled selection of estate-grown, handcrafted wines that showcase their dedication to quality from vine to bottle.

8400 Old Church Rd

New Kent, VA 23124

(804) 932-8240

Whether it be trying radical new processes, celebrating local produce in our culinary-inspired beers, or attempting perfection through more traditional styles, we are always challenging ourselves and pushing for creating amazing moments, flavors, textures, and stories.

They enjoy challenging the status quo and doing the unexpected. And making really, really bad jokes.

110 S Henry St

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(757) 808-5104

They offer a wine room showcasing magnificent views of the vineyard from a tasting room made of 160 year old timbers rescued from tobacco warehouses. Surrounded by lush gardens, the craftsman-style winery has 3,000 square feet of covered porches and a towering stone fireplace whose log fires gently illuminate the interior.

16230 Cooks Mill Rd

Lanexa, VA 23089

(804) 966-5896

VBC is host to a variety of food trucks and live events on a weekly basis. They have a family friendly taproom and pet friendly beer garden.

401 2nd St

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(757) 378-2903

At Wessex Hundred, inspired by Europe’s finest estates, the legendary Winery is presided over by two generations of the Duffeler family — united by a single goal: to make wines with great character.

5800 Wessex Hundred

Williamsburg, VA 23185

(757) 229-0999

Next we take time for a wine tasting and lunch at Upper Shirley Tasting Room, a one of a kind estate, winery and restaurant located on the scenic James River.

Following lunch, we travel over the bluff to Shirley Plantation offering stunning views of the James River and a history like no other attraction in America.

Encompassing over 700 Riverfront acres, Shirley Plantation is America’s oldest farm and family-owned business, and is lived in and actively managed by direct descendants of the original builders.

Shirley’s “flying staircase” is considered an architectural treasure.

600 Shirley Plantation Rd

Charles City, VA 23030

(804) 829-9463

Important Phone Numbers

Emergency Service 911 (Police, Fire, Ambulance)

Please provide the emergency personnel with the room # and street name in order for the emergency team to locate you.

This information can be found on the front panel of your phone.

Once you have made the 911 call, please notify our front desk by dialing “0” in order to have our First Responder Team sent to your location.

8+ area code and number
8+011+country code+area code+number

$2.50 connection fee + $.50 per minute.

8+ number
Dial “0” for the front desk

Local Calls … No Charge

800 & Calling Cards … No Charge

Long Distance … $1.50 connection fee and $.25 per minute

8+1+area code+number
1. Dial 2002 to access voicemail

2. Password is # key

3. Press 1 for messages

4. Press 9 to delete messages


Please read the following information and be familiar with your surroundings. Make note of the location of all fire extinguishers and alarm pull stations. Knowing this information could make the difference in a life or death situation. Don’t forget to inform your guests or family members of the information provided on this page and choose a specific location to meet in case of a separation once you have exited the building.

If you have a fire in your villa or you notice smoke or flames in another area:

1) DIAL 9-911 on your villa phone or use a fire alarm emergency pull station located on all floors at each end of each hallway and next to each elevator area.

2) If you call 911 you may be asked for the address. It is 191 Cottage Cove Lane, Williamsburg VA 23185, please give the dispatcher the location of the fire.



Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac

  • From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
  • Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
  • Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join. Before you can join the network, you might be asked to enter the network's password or agree to terms and conditions.

Connect to Wi-Fi networks on your Android device

To use Wi-Fi the way you want, you can change how and when your phone connects.

When you have Wi-Fi turned on, your phone automatically connects to nearby Wi-Fi networks you've connected to before. You can also set your phone to automatically turn on Wi-Fi near saved networks.

  • Turn on & connect
  • Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Touch and hold Wi-Fi .
  • Turn on Use Wi-Fi.
  • Tap a listed network. (Networks that require a password have a Lock .)

Tip: After you connect, the network is "Saved." When your phone is near and Wi-Fi is on, your phone automatically connects to this network.

Connect to a Wi-Fi network to Windows 

Select the Network icon on the taskbar. The icon that appears depends on your current connection state. If you don’t see one of the network icons (or a similar one) shown in the following image, select the Up arrow to see if it appears there.

Choose the Wi-Fi network you want, then select Connect.

Type the network password, and then select Next.

Technical Support

If you are in need of Technical Support, contact Hargray Technical Support at 888-289-5239 or dial “20” from your villa phone.



Busch Gardens/ Water Country USA

From thrilling coasters to world-class entertainment, there is something for everyone at Busch Gardens® Williamsburg. Pantheon, the world’s fastest multi-launch coaster is now open. Fun is always in season at Busch Gardens®For more information, visit

Colonial Williamsburg

With over 300 acres of iconic sites, historic taverns, and world-class art museums, at Colonial Williamsburg, history truly comes to life. See our talented tradespeople practicing authentic 18th-century crafts, meet a Nation Builder, influential men and women who were critical to the founding of our country and visit working archaeology sites, where our experts are uncovering the past to better inform our future. Here, you’ll make memories that last a lifetime.

Spooks and Legends – Ghosts, Witches and Pirates Tour

Your 18th century tour guide will take you back in time to the most interesting locations in colonial Williamsburg while visiting haunted houses and hearing fascinating details of the witch trials, captured pirates, and Blackbeard’s demise. Learn about the strange rituals and customs of our forefathers. Come meet our very own witch, pirate, and Petey the Parrot, all part of our costumed crew. Fun For all ages!! Kids come out and get a prize from Mr. Pirate’s chest!

Visit Yorktown / Riverwalk Landing

Travel back in time, then savor the present at this year-round destination full of history, shopping, outdoor fun, dining, and special events. Relive the pivotal battle of the Revolutionary War. Visit historic homes, museums, and battlefields by foot or enjoy a guided Segway tour through town. Set sail aboard Yorktown’s home-ported schooner, the Alliance for a sunset sail or take the kids on a pirate adventure cruise. Shop in specialty stores; enjoy live music, festivals, and outdoor markets; swim and sunbathe at the beach and dine in one-of-a-kind riverfront restaurants. With so much to see and do – we invite you to stay a while! Check into our waterfront hotel, quaint bed & breakfasts, or even your own private cottage.

The Precious Gem

Since 1981, The Precious Gem has played a part in celebrating life’s extraordinary occasions with handcrafted jewelry by owner/designer Reggie Akdoagan. Delight in his custom designs, many one-of-a-kind pieces, and dazzling colored gemstones. Whether it’s your engagement or anniversary, first job or retirement, new baby or birthday, The Precious Gem wants to be your jeweler for life.

Whitley’s Peanuts

Since 1986, Whitley’s Peanut Factory has been producing the finest gourmet Virginia Peanuts on the market. Each batch is roasted slowly and carefully, the old-fashioned way to ensure their peanuts are the best you’ve ever tasted. Whitley’s Virginia peanuts, specialty nuts, and confections are perfect to give as gifts or simply to enjoy on your own.

Williamsburg Winery

Experience the Flavors of the Williamsburg Winery at Wessex Hundred Farm. Williamsburg Winery, one of Virginia’s most acclaimed wineries, established in 1985. Visit us for a great wine experience, delicious farm to fork dining experience at Gabriel Archer Tavern or for a relaxing afternoon at the Wine Pavilion”.

Southern Pancake and Waffle House

Southern Pancake and Waffle House is one of the top five pancake houses in Williamsburg, Virginia. A family-owned restaurant located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg and minutes away from Busch Gardens and Water County serves delicious southern breakfast and lunch entrees every day. Curbside pick-up, in-door and outside seating is available. Delivery is available through Grubhub. Call (757) 220-5542 to order.

Opus 9 Steak HousE

At Opus 9, we have a commitment to exceeding your expectations every time you dine. From our extraordinary wine list to our melt in your mouth steaks, we offer something to appeal to every palate. One of casual elegance, our dining room is perfect for a meal away from home. We look forward to offering you the best steak in town.

Second Street, an American Bistro

A casual upscale restaurant that serves home-crafted “comfort food” with a culinary twist. For over 3 decades, Second Street consistently offers unbelievable food and beverages, in a comfortable atmosphere, with friendly service. Rare will you find a restaurant these days that will remain popular, or relevant after 35+ years. Second Street’s menu features a selection of WilliamsBURGERS that has been pleasing guests for years. Fall-off the bone, Baby Back Ribs are a staple. Chicken and Pasta dishes help round out the diverse menu. For those with a more eclectic palate, we offer trendy foods that are fashionable, yet not too “foo-foo”. From American regional cuisine like Chesapeake Bay Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, to hand-cut prime steaks, and mouth-watering Atlantic Grilled Salmon. Other menu items include a star-studded list of appetizers and culinary created flat bread pizzas. Our menu is diverse enough for the whole family and a separate menu is available for the Kids and those interested in Gluten Free options.