LODGING, DINING, & VENUES

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. 

Cheek Guest House

Each of the twelve 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.

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. 

To inquire about availability, please call (804) 493 – 1967 or email reservations@stratfordhall.org. Our Reservations department is available daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call by 5 p.m. for same day reservations. 

 

Dining & Venues at Stratford Hall

Whether you are looking for a dining venue, large meeting space, or an intimate meeting area, Stratford Hall has a variety of options for your group. Our warm and welcoming spaces are the perfect spot for your next meeting or event, weddings, reunions, corporate retreats, or birthday celebrations. 

To inquire about our event spaces and custom packages, please contact Alex Withers, Event Coordinator at (804) 493-1979 or awithers@stratfordhall.org