These are most likely your best bet if you want to get a group together or look for a cozy spot on the water. The wedding is in White Stone, Va. Some nearby towns include Kilmarnock and Irvington which are totally drive-able, all within 5-10 minutes of one another.
Please note, on the night of the wedding, we will have a shuttle providing rides to flexible locations, If you plan on using this service (please do if you indulge, no drinking and driving!!), please stay within a reasonable range.I would recommend using google maps to drop a pin at your desired house location and the wedding location (2553 Ocran Rd, White Stone, Va) to see the distance.
This place is super cute and has good reviews. It is in a great location in downtown Kilmarnock. Check out the website and marvel at their 'presidential theme' rooms.
This is a Best Western in Kilmarnock, Va. We have reserved a block of rooms here. Mention 'Clark/Kramer' wedding to get a discount rate.
Decent reviews, looks like your average hotel experience.
Old school rooms, quaint little cottage options, and vineyard "tents" which are little houses tucked back on a vineyard that sleep 4-6 people. This spot is in the heart of Irvington.
This is a classy, classic spot to stay. Spa, golf course, dining options.
This is a low-budget, no frills motel. It is located close to the wedding location, at the head of Ocran Rd, a short car ride. We suggest requesting a renovated/new room. $89/night.
This is the second closest airport to White Stone, Va. There are car rental options here. From the airport, it is about an hour and ten minute drive to White Stone.
This is the closet airport to White Stone, Va (by a whopping five minutes!). From here, it is an hour and five minute drive to White Stone.
Probably the cheapest places to fly into on this East Coast of ours. From these airports, it is about a 3 hour drive to White Stone, Va. Bring toll money.
This vineyard has a nice outdoor space to 'sip and slurp', as they put it on their website. Sip wine from the vineyard, slurp oysters from the oyster stand. Open daily 11am-5pm.
Good burgers and spiraling curly fries.
Very legit po boys and crab cakes. Very legit spot for a very legit lunch.
Lunch spot (sandwiches, burgers), dinner spot (burgers, seafood), and a good spot to grab drinks. Outdoor seating with a great view of The Rappahannock River and The Robert O. Norris Bridge spanning across it.
Easy, breezy spot for coffee, smoothies, salads, and sandwiches.
A lovely daytime outing if you want some sun and sand and water. --Hughlett Point Natural Area Preserve contains several excellent examples of tidal and non-tidal wetlands, as well as exemplary undeveloped beaches, dunes, and upland forests.
Give The Tides Inn a call to book a spot for frisbee golf or good old fashion regular golf. They offer some other activities as well, check out the website!