Interested in history, wine tasting, museums, or enjoying a few rounds of golf?  There are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you on the go in Central Virginia and the surrounding areas.  The Inn at Woodmont makes an excellent and convenient base for all your activities, whether they are local attractions or day trips.


New Kent County has six rural bicycle routes ranging from just over 13 miles to just over 77 miles. Each route starts and ends at the New Kent County Visitors and Commerce Center at I-64 Exit 211. There is no better way to enjoy the bucolic scenery in the area than by bicycle.


In addition to Gauthier Vineyard winery which is located beside the Inn, New Kent County has three other wineries 15-20 minutes away.

Golf: Excellent and challenging golf courses in the area include:

*These club houses offer lunch and dinner service.

History:  Virginia’s “Historic Triangle” offers a view of colonial American history from its founding at Jamestown to where it ended at Yorktown.

Richmond has a rich history, was the capital of the Confederacy, and is now the state capital of Virginia. The capitol             was designed by Thomas Jefferson.

Norfolk, Hampton, and Newport News offer a wide variety of sites of interest.

Southside is that area of Virginia between the James River and the North Carolina state line. The free Jamestown                Ferry provides easy access to Southside where the first American revolution took place in 1676.

Fredericksburg and the surrounding area are rich in Colonial and Civil War history.

Central Virginia and areas beyond provide a variety of historic sites and other sites of interest that make excellent day          trips. We can help you plan an interesting and exciting day trip.

Dining out:

New Kent County and Charles City County have several very good restaurants. Richmond and Williamsburg offer too many restaurants to provide a complete list.  Here are some.