Article from Golf Vacations Online Magazine:
The Kingsmill Resort, a premier golf vacation destination in Virginia, is a place where your sense of history replenished while playing on three of the finest golf courses in the state.
When you realize that some of the Civil War battles were fought near the area, it’s difficult to think a 150-yard shot over a ravine to a tucked pin ranks very high on the meaningful shots fired on the hallowed grounds.
When you realize that the three 18-hole championship golf courses on the property are just downstream along the James River from Jamestown, the site of the first permanent English settlement in North America a little more than 400 years ago, it gives you a sense of the history that surrounds you.
When you realize that most of the property was once part of the historic Kingsmill Plantation, you not only realize where the Plantation Course got its name, you also get to see some of the remnants from some of the historic buildings on the plantation while playing that course.
But that was then, and this is now and visitors to the Kingsmill Resort are not only treated to a lesson in American history, they get to play on any or all three of the finest 18-hole golf courses in the state, work on their short game on a unique 9-hole par-3 course, dine at any of the five quality restaurants on the property, play on one of the 15 tennis courts, engage in any number of water sports down by the marina, get a relaxing massage at the spa, visit the roller coasters and other rides of Busch Gardens, take a short trip to historic Jamestown or Williamsburg, or just spend the day relaxing in one of the 425 elegantly designed one, two or three-bedroom condos.
I was worn out just trying to juggle those choices in my mind.
During my recent visit to Kingsmill, I stayed in a one-bedroom condo that had a full kitchen, a living room, a fireplace, two flat screen TVs and a wonderful view…..
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1010 Kingsmill Road • Williamsburg, VA
www.Kingsmill.com • 1-800-832-5655
Steeped in a tradition of gracious southern hospitality, Kingsmill Resort heralds a rich history dating back to Colonial America. The land along the banks of the James River was considered a permanent base by the English settlers on May 12, 1607. They decided to settle there the next day. Situated in the heart of Virginia’s Historic Triangle, the land was part of a bustling Virginia plantation from 1619 through the 1800s. Today, the resort retains those historic traits.
Kingsmill Resort is a Xanterra Parks & Resorts® property. The resort is an AAA Four-Diamond property and a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide – a global association of the world’s finest independent luxury hotels.