Local and national media have been writing about Maury Place at Monument, Richmond, Virginia’s only bed and breakfast overlooking historic Monument Avenue. Here is a sampling of the articles on our press coverage. Travel Journalists, and members of the press and media wishing to find information about Maury Place for their publication, including high quality photos, may go to our Maury Place Press Page.
Southern Living Magazine
Our Pathfinder Suite was chosen as the "Best Overnight Splurge" in Virginia by Southern Living Magazine!
Best-selling author Susan Sully's writes about her February 2013 visit to Richmond and Maury Place at Monument on her Southern Cosmopolitan blog.
Maury Place at Monument Innkeepers Interviewed on TV-12!
WWBT anchor and reporter Heather Sullivan interviewed Richmond Virginia Innkeepers Jeff and Mac about being recognized by Trip Advisor as one of the best in the county. Maury Place at Monument was recognized by the travel review site as one of the top 25 in the U.S.
Out New Jersey
Travel writer Billy George loves the "smart, sophisticated, beautiful, fun, entertaining" city of Richmond VA, and the hospitality of Maury Place at Monument.
Museum District Fall Newsletter Features Maury Place
The Fall 2011 Richmond Museum District newsletter features Maury Place at Monument!
Sarah McDonald writes about her hometown Richmond in the September 2011 edition of Cleveland Magazine, recommending Maury Place at Monument as the place to stay!
Museum District Newsletter Features Maury Place
The Summer 2011 Richmond Museum District newsletter reports on the 2011 Richmond VA Museum District Spring Fling, held at Maury Place at Monument, saying, "We are so fortunate to have such a wonderful bed and breakfast in our neighborhood, and thank the owners, Jeff Wells and Mac Pence, for graciously opening their home to us."
The Edge Boston
This online article highlights Richmond Virginia, covering our city's Civil War history, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, CenterStage, the Byrd Theatre, and much more. Maury Place at Monument is their featured lodging, along with the Jefferson Hotel.
Melinda Joy Travel Blog
Travel blogger Melinda Joy recommends Maury Place at Monument as a romantic getaway, saying "I give it my highest review, and would definitely go back!". In her visit to Richmond VA Melinda also reviews the Richmond Canal Cruises and Julep Restaurant.
Washington Home and Garden Online
Visiting Richmond in Spring 2011, Susan St. George reviews Maury Place at Monument, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and Carytown's Secco Wine Bar.
The March 1, 2011 issue of Passport Magazine exclaims that Maury Place at Monument "offers four exquisite guest suites in a 1916 building overlooking Monument Avenue (the only street in the US listed on the National Register of Historic Places), beautifully restored by the owners with an air of graciousness that's quintessential Richmond."
New York Magazine
In the "Winter Travel '10" article of its November 1, 2010 issue, the New York Magazine recommends Maury Place at Monument as the place to stay when visiting the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts!
Insider's Guide to Richmond
The 2010 edition of the Insider's Guide to Richmond raves about Maury Place at Monument!
Remodel Magazine November 2010
Remodel Magazine explores the challenges and accomplishments of the historical renovation of Maury Place as a bed and breakfast.
Museum District Newsletter Features Maury Place
The Summer 2010 Richmond Museum District newsletter raves about Maury Place at Monument!
Boomer Life Article Highlights Maury Place
Boomer Magazine features baby boomer innkeepers Jeff and Mac, and the B&B they have created.
Maury Place Innkeepers Quarters Featured in Small Room Decorating Magazine!
Guests often inquire about our living space. Our 3rd floor innkeepers quarters is featured in the Winter 2010 Small Room Decorating Magazine!
Maury Place Noted in Washingtonian Magazine!
We are honored to have been noted in the most recent issue of Washingtonian magazine! The September issue on "Fall Weekends" notes "36 Easy Getaways that require little planning and are close by."
Maury Place is also featured in Taste of the South Magazine!
Maury Place is noted as "Where to Stay" in the latest issue of "Taste of the South" in the magazine's "TasteMakers: Richmond" feature. You can find the article by Richmond writer Karen Miller in the October/November issue on page 51. Maury Place is noted on page 61. Also featured in the article are some of our favorite restaurants and food spots, such as: Millie's, Acacia, Westbury Pharmacy and Deli, Comfort, and Belmont Butchery. We are honored to be in such esteemed company!
Mi Casa: Two New B&Bs Arrive in the Museum District by Teri L. Jones, Richmond Home, February 2008