Lodging at Stratford Hall
Nestled in the woods between the Great House and the Potomac River, Stratford Hall’s rustic and comfortable lodging provides a unique opportunity to stay on the property of one of the great historic houses in America.
Astor Guest House
The Astor Guest House was named after Lady Astor who served as Stratford Hall’s first director from Great Britain. Perfect for families, friends or a group traveling together, Astor has three rooms with three king-sized beds and three with twin beds with private baths. Giving a sense of home, guests enjoy the convenience of the quaint kitchen, comfortable living room or the tranquility of the woodland deck when not exploring Stratford Hall.
Cheek Guest House
Each of the fifteen Guest Rooms in Cheek offers either a king or two twin-sized beds with a private bath. The Great Room offers a spacious area for conversation, a cup of coffee, an afternoon card game, or the perfect spot to unwind. The guest house features a large, wraparound deck set among the treetops for enjoying the serene environment and the sights and sounds of the historic property. Handicapped accessible room available.
Complimentary access to tour the c. 1738 Great House through one of five self-guided audio tours are included with reservation (two tickets per room)
Phone reservations are taken daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rooms are available to book online 24 hours a day. All rooms are non-smoking. During festival weekends in May & September, we require a two-night weekend.
We offer a special discount of 10% off standard lodging rates for military & veterans, AAA members, Friends of Stratford members, and non-profit groups.
Rates (beginning April 1, 2023)
Astor & Cheek Guest Houses: $149 per night
One bedroom cabins: $200 per night
Two bedroom cabins: $300 per night
Three bedroom cabins: $400 per night
Government rate: $98 per night
Our cozy log cabins offer the ultimate retreat in a serene and secluded setting. Appointed with comfortable furnishings and modern amenities, these cabins evoke the feeling of the past meeting the present. Each cabin has an outside seating area to enjoy the landscape and natural beauty of the Northern Neck.
To inquire about availability, please call (804) 493 – 1967 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Reservations department is available daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call by 2 p.m. for same day reservations.
Our hospitality team is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable overnight experience. Please read through our Health & Safety Protocols to learn about pandemic-related changes to your experience including updates to arrival and departure procedures.