1882 Colonial Manor Inn

"The privacy of a fine hotel, in a grand park-like setting, with the full breakfast of a traditional B&B."

Located in the historic Eastern Shore of Virginia harbor town of Onancock, ("Coolest Small Town in the South"-Budget Travel), the elegant country manor is a short stroll to the Onancock Harbor, world class restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and antique stores. Enjoy all of the beauty and activities the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean offer. Whether you care to take a ferry to Tangier Island, a Chesapeake Bay Tour, visit Chincoteague Ponies, go charter fishing, kayaking, bike riding, bird watching or simply sit back and relax, the Eastern Shore of Virginia has it all. We also make a great rest stop on the way to the Outer Banks.

The Manor was awarded a "Certificate of Excellence" by Trip Advisor and has been inspected and approved by the Virginia Bed and Breakfast Association.

Ask about our "Family Friendly Accommodations" and our "No Dog Left Behind" policies.

The Colonial Manor Inn, centrally located on Virginia's Eastern Shore, was built as a private home in 1882 by George Kelly. It was purchased in the 1930's by Mrs. Leola Horsey who saw the need for lodging suitable for the working men and women coming into the area. She set up the boarding house, the Colonial Manor Inn. Her reputation for fair prices, warm hospitality and great cooking kept her house full. Her daughter, June Evans, carried on the tradition of warm hospitality from the 1970's on.

Still family owned, we serve a full hot gourmet southern breakfast daily, family style, at our huge dining table that seats 14. There you will meet fellow guests, share stories of your previous day's adventures or the present day's plans. Through the decades Colonial Manor Inn has kept its doors open to Eastern Shore of Virginia business travelers, visitors, vacationers, and honeymooners providing warmth, friendliness, and genuine hospitality to all those in an elegant affordable atmosphere.