Kilmarnock is a town in Lancaster and Northumberland counties in the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia. The population was 1,244 at the 2000 census. It is located near the mouth of the Rappahannock River and is located within the Northern Neck George Washington Birthplace American Viticultural Area winemaking appellation. There is a small hospital in the town. Lancaster Middle School, grades 4-8, is also located in town. Approximately 500 students attend the school.
Restaurants in Kilmarnock
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Good wines in a pretty setting, Friendly and knowledgeable lady did a wonderful tasting. Found the reds and whites to be of very good quality. Prices are average.
5 based on 6 reviews
LaSource Spa offers Chiropractor, Nutritional Assessment & Counseling, Massage, Facials & Skin Care, Dermaplaning, Body Treatments, Hair Removal, Aromatherapy and Health & Wellness Retail. We specialize in therapeutic and neuromuscular massage treating chronic pain from postural maladies, muscle spasms and active trigger points. We carry retail including Derma e, Now Solutions, & more...
Perfect place for a massage! With a welcoming staff, quiet location and a well-priced list of services. Excellent service and convenient parking.Thank you for taking time to post a positive review for LaSource Spa. Glynda Antonio, Owner, CMT
4.5 based on 45 reviews
We spent a fascinating hour here learning about the Chesapeake Bay's past with steamboat travel, both for passengers and cargo. The knowledgeable docent gave us a brief introductory tour, then left us on our own to watch videos, look at exquisitely detailed models, read info about steamboat building and individual captains. It was well worth the $5 admission charge.
4 based on 112 reviews
The Dog and Oyster is an extraordinary vineyard owned by The Hope and Glory Inn. Come sip some of America's best wine and savor the world's best oysters on site.
There are so many great things to say about The Dog and Oyster Vineyard. The setting is anything but pretentious! The hosts, Peggy and Dudley Patteson, along with their entire staff make everyone feel welcome and taken care of. Delicious wines along with AMAZING food prepared by Bryan Byrd, owner/operator of Byrd's Seafood Co. make this a "must go to" anytime you're on the Northern Neck. Let me tell you ~ I know soft shell crabs and Bryan prepares them better than any I've ever eaten! Additionally, his oysters are sublime ~ just about any way you like 'em, including tacos! The food and wine pairing are perfect. Sitting out under umbrellas, sipping wine, and enjoying a bite to eat is delightful and just too civilized in a world gone bonkers! Cheers! Proost! Na zdravi! Egészségére! À votre santé! Salute! Prost! Na zdrowie! Salud!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
We were introduced to the Golden Eagle by a 'local' and what a delightful parkland course this is. The course boasts many bunkers and a number of holes with water hazards but is a fair challenge to all levels of golfers. The tee areas, fairways and greens are well kept and 'true' but one minor quibble was the 'concrete' nature of the bunkers. But this did not spoil the day. I would recommend this course to anybody near Irvington.
4 based on 11 reviews
Tranquility is yours at the Tides Inn, one of Virginia's leading resort spas. This Chesapeake Bay spa offers a range of classic spa treatments, salon offerings and soothing spa products. Each treatment is designed to pamper, nourish and feed your mind, body and soul...with a variety of spa packages and treatments ranging from massages and facials to body treatments and specialty offerings.
We have been visiting the Tides Inn for about 5 years now, and I always try to leave time for a massage and/or pedicure at the spa. The spa has a welcoming, relaxing atmosphere, and offers a variety of delicious herbal teas for you to enjoy either before or after your treatment. The spa consistently hires very competent staff, who provide soothing facials, relaxing massages and gentle pedicures. If you book a massage, you have a choice between a male or female therapist, and in my experience, the therapists are careful to discuss your preferences, concerns and medical issues before beginning any massage. I especially recommend the hot stone massage for stiff and/or sore back muscles. The spa's prices are on the high side, but usually worth it. The spa also features an attractive gift shop with various skin products, books on meditation, music CDs, clothing and jewelry. This spa is one of my most favorite places to relax and pamper myself!
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Located in the heart of Kilmarnock, Specials Wine Seller has been voted Best Wine Store in Eastern Virginia by the readers of Virginia Living magazine. Featuring more than 3000 bottles of wine, starting under $10, there is something for everyone. We also bake bread fresh daily (except Mondays), and have the best handmade chocolate truffles around!
This is a special shop. The owners are so knowledgable and friendly and they have some unique finds in wine, gifts, chocolates and cheeses. The owner bakes delicious french bread, too! Definitely worth a step in even if you do not drink wine.Thank you very much for your lovely review! I apologize I haven't responded sooner as I haven't been getting emails from trip advisor, a problem I am going to work on promptly! Hope to see you back in the store soon!
5 based on 1 reviews
Cocktail and pleasure cruises aboard the elegantly restored and decorated FADED GLORY, a 42 ft Chesapeake Bay oyster boat. An authentic wooden dead rise and the designated State Boat of Virginia. USCG Inspected Vessel, ABC License, Capacity: 25 passenger guests (minimum 4 per cruise).
The cruise is worth every cent which is very cheap to take down the river. The Captain and the Mate are funny to listen too. Very nice time
5 based on 1 reviews
The Hope and Glory Inn is pleased to offer extraordinary spa treatments and therapies - 14 different modalities. Our boutique spa is comprised of reception, a treatment room and a changing room.
Patricio is the best masseuse I've ever had, hands down. A retired veterinarian, he knows anatomy, muscle structure from the inside out, and has no hesitancy of completely massaging every muscle deeply and thoroughly, with inventive use of the hot stones. He's responsive to what the client wants and has extremely strong muscles himself to deliver the level of massage as he does. And there was no solicitation at all (to buy oils, etc). If I lived closer, I'd have a standing appointment at least weekly with him.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
The first thing I learned while researching and planning our trip to Belle Isle State Park in Lancaster County, Virginia, that more than a few travelers have confused the 892-acre park with seven miles of shoreline on the Northern Neck's Rappahannock River with the island of Belle Isle in the James River in Richmond, Virginia. Visit them both but be aware which is which. Belle Isle State Park is located near the unincorporated towns of Litwalton, Morattico and Somers on Route 3 in Lancaster County. It is a peninsula surrounded by Tidewater coastal marshes. There are facilities for camping, fishing, boating and picnics. Wildlife observed include blue herons, osprey, hawks, bald eagles, white-tailed deer, turkeys, rabbits, groundhogs, squirrels, moles and various reptiles and amphibians. The property was acquired in 1692 by John Bertrand and Belle Isle mansion was built in 1760 and restored in the 1940s. The house, which is privately owned, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. However, there are two other houses in the park that can be rented for overnight stays. Meanwhile, the park has a campground with RV lots, tent sites and trailer rentals. A boat launch and rental boats also are available in the park. The trail system includes a mix of hiking-only and multi-use trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. There also are three picnic shelters. Bicycle, canoe, kayak and motorboat rentals are available. It is tricky to get there but you won't regret the trip. From Warsaw, take State Route 3 east to SR 354. Turn right and follow for three miles, turn right onto SR 683 at Somers to the park entrance. From Kilmarnock, take Route 3 West to Lively, then left on SR 201 for three times, then right on SR 354 for three miles and left onto 683 to the park entrance. Once you are there, you'll realize you aren't in Richmond.
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