Experience: Linden Row Inn


There’s something charming about colonial era townhomes in an old-as-the-nation but bustling and modern city. Richmond’s Linden Row Inn has managed to capture the historic feel of the 1600’s with the updates and modern luxurious touches of the 21st century. All that and it’s equidistant to the downtown area as well as the bustling and hip Careytown. Walking up to the brick buildings you can’t help but think you’re in a time warp; that is until you step into the bright lobby with it’s clean white check in desk and friendly staff.
Up to our room we went, past modern local art and the lovely dining room, to our fourth floor temporary abode overlooking the garden courtyard where a wedding was to take place the next night.




Our room was beautiful; full of classic furnishings, ultra soft bedding, and a super luxe bathroom. If you know me, that’s the kicker with anywhere I stay! With each room boasting an original fireplace and exceptionally tall ceilings, with windows to match, the space was as cozy as a dream. Perfect for mid-day naps, as well as late night sleeps after the long days.


After a day of eating, shopping, and exploring our way through Richmond there was nothing better than going back to our room to kick off our shoes and relax! And total perk that the old brick is a great noise buffer to the sounds of a wedding happening just beyond our walls!

Have you been to Richmond? What do yo think of my stay? Be sure to see more of my travels here and check out the Linden Row Inn on InstaGram and Twitter (I hear they’re offering great summer travel deals exclusive to their followers!).

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5 responses to “Experience: Linden Row Inn

  1. I have never been here but now I want to go . . . that hotel alone makes me want too. I also adore anything colonial so the mix of the two hmmm BUCKET LIST!

  2. how beautiful is this! I’d love to spend a few days in a historic hotel such as this!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

  3. I love older historic buildings and this hotel sounds so inviting. I was impressed that the brick walls reduced the noise of the wedding happening outside. The orchid in the bathroom is a very nice touch. http://Www.thebusinessref.com

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