Fleeton Fields Bed & Breakfast is located in the Northern Neck of Virginia, by the Chesapeake Bay, near historic Reedville. Three waterfront suites with all modern amenities invite you for a romantic retreat. The peaceful and idyllic setting makes Fleeton Fields the perfect destination for adventure, reunions, weddings, or vacations. Kayak, canoe, relax on a beach or by the water's edge at Fleeton Fields. Follow the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail, with four local wineries. Visit historic landmarks relating to George Washington, Mary Ball, King Carter, the Lee family and more. Play golf, go antiquing, hike and birdwatch in the beach reserves. Enjoy the freshest seafood right in town or boat to Tangier Island for their famous crab. Fleeton Fields is a wonderful setting for anniversaries as well as wedding ceremonies and receptions, a great place to start an exciting new chapter of life! Let us welcome you.


Fresh flowers welcome you

At the water's edge, Fleeton Fields is nestled in a park like setting by the historic hamlet of Fleeton. The inn features fine Victorian and period antiques and accessories while still unobtrusively providing modern amenities like DirecTV, wireless internet, unlimited phone, and private baths.

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view of the pond

Stroll through the flower gardens, especially the roses. Strategically placed garden chairs invite you to sit and look over Big Fleet's Pond and on to the Chesapeake Bay, perhaps glimpse a passing eagle. Perhaps cross a footbridge and sit on the beach or take a bicycle and ride through the countryside.  One of my favorite things is to sit under the stars.?If the sky is clear, did you know there are shooting stars every night?

After a day of enjoying the natural and historic attractions of the Northern Neck and Tangier Island, or the kayaking and canoeing available at Fleeton Fields, you can choose a nearby waterfront restaurant for a delicious dinner of fresh Chesapeake Bay seafood and local specialities.

In the morning, awake to the aroma of fresh coffee, then enjoy a full gourmet breakfast elegantly served on fine china, crystal, and silver.


Easter baskets and flower arrangement

Fresh flowers and afternoon refreshments welcome you. Your suite is one of a kind, set for a night of romance.

We invite you to browse further and see what we have to offer.

A Brief History of Fleeton

At the far tip of Virginia's Northern Neck lies Fleet's Point, which received the name from Captain Henry Fleet who explored the area from Jamestown in the 1650's. The point was part of an early patent of about 5,000 acres granted by the King of England and operated as a plantation.

During the Civil War a Union gunboat Captain reported, "... I landed a small force there on the 25th (October, 1864) and burned the houses to the ground, 3 in number, and their barns and outbuilding" - it seems the houses had been used as shelter by the Northumberland County House Guard from which to fire upon the blockading Union vessels.

With the coming of the steamboat era, Fleet's Point became a good stopping point for the vessels between Maryland and Virginia, and the samll town of Fleeton developed. The hotel, steamboat wharf, stores, and fish canning factories are long gone now. All that remains are the imposing Victorian mansions of the sailing captains and factory owners, surrounding the new focal point of the village, its charming white Episcopal Church, St. Mary's.

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