Elsing Green offers the exceptional experience at one of Virginia’s premier secluded plantations. Located approximately 21 miles from West Point as well as the Yorktown Bridge, Elsing Green is a working 18th century plantation offering several facilities for the discerning guest seeking a quiet and beautiful experience far from any 20th century development.
Explore the grounds of this historic Colonial plantation and walk in the footsteps of George Washington on his way to Williams Ferry to visit Martha Dandridge Custis. Visit the ice pond where ice was cut and stored in the icehouse in centuries past, stroll the shores of the Pamunkey River and vast wetlands, or visit the informal gardens for a peaceful retreat.
Colonel John West built this fine, small brick Jacobean lodge, the East dependency of the manor house, before 1690. It offers our guests the rare opportunity to submerse themselves in history and stay in one of the oldest brick homes in America. Newly weds will find it a very romantic setting for their wedding night.
This original log cabin, later paneled in redwood and covered in slat board. Enjoy a secluded stay at Claiborne Hall Cabin overlooking Claiborne Hall Creek and the Pamunkey River. Glassed in porch, living area, kitchen, bedrooms, bathroom, everything needed for the utmost seclusion. Available to rent with a two day minimum.