The Manor

A little piece of colonial history in Williamsburg, Virginia

The Manor

The Manor

The Historic Powhatan Resort offers a taste of Colonial history, with an expertly restored Manor House that dates back to 1735. Nestled among 256 acres of beautiful wintery woodland, the resort is loaded with things to see and do. Originally designed and built by prolific Williamsburg-based architect Richard Taliaferro, who also designed the Governor's Palace, the elegant Manor House is the perfect place for you and your family to step back in time.

Virginia is a history buff’s dream destination, with seemingly endless opportunities to learn more about the country’s beginning. Settled on the east coast of the state is Williamsburg, a 170-acre historic town that has been restored to its original English condition. Colonial plantations, historical landmarks and interpretive sites provide a glimpse into the birth of the nation. In Williamsburg, you have an invitation to explore the past through the ancestral homes of the Native Americans and discover the significant colonization of the first English settlements of the "New World".