Enjoy all of the comforts of home on Richmond's historic Boulevard. The One Bed and Breakfast is located In the heart of Richmond's Historic Museum and Fan Districts and is surrounded by some of the cities greatest attractions all within walking distance!
Journey only a few blocks north and you'll see the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The Virginia Historical Society and historic Monument Avenue. Venture out a few blocks south of The One to experience Richmond's most unique shopping district, Carytown, featuring eclectic shops and a variety of restaurants and neighborhood pubs.
Just a couple of blocks south of Carytown on the Boulevard, you'll find Byrd Park. Rolling between residential neighborhoods and the James River, Byrd Park features lush lawns framed with trees, man made lakes, monuments, tennis courts and summer concerts in the outdoor amphitheater.
Within steps of The One Bed and Breakfast you'll find many neighborhood restaurants and pubs to enjoy both casual and fine dining. Or simply enjoy one of the great neighborhood traditions of simply relaxing on the porch while watching life on the Boulevard!
"What wonderful hosts, what wonderful accomodations and what a wonderful experience! Shall never forget it and plan to return in the future! "
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After nearly a decade of hosting guests from around the world, The One Bed and Breakfast owners have decided to sell this majestic building located at 1 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard in the heart of Richmond’s historic Museum and Fan districts.
The new owners, Mitchell and Ronald Dorsey will reopen in late spring of 2020 and plan to carry on the legacy of hospitality service for which the building has become known. Mitchell is a Richmond native with over 12 years of NYC hospitality experience ranging from hotel management, restaurant marketing/events and culinary arts. Ronald, originally from Puerto Rico, has been working in upscale restaurants since an early age, and has a true passion for making guests feel welcome through superior service. Both met in New York City and after many years decided to move home to Richmond to realize their dream of running a B&B.
Stay tuned for more information about the rebranding and reopening of this Richmond landmark.