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Guest Housing


We welcome alumni as well as friends and visiting groups here on Seminary or church-related business to stay in the guest houses. Currently alumni may stay in the guest houses without charge two nights each fiscal year, subject to availability. Guest house rooms are in high demand so it is advisable to call as far in advance as possible when booking a room.

We are happy to offer Prospective students two nights of accommodations in our guesthouse as our guests, vacancy permitting.  Additional nights can be reserved at the standard rate.

Current rates for the guest house range from $88-$138/night for a single and $100-$148/night for a double. 

Wilmer Hall, 3700 Bishop Walker Circle, and Johns Hall, 3710 Bishop Walker Circle, are the guest houses located on the Seminary campus. Parking for guests is located only in the lot behind the Seminary Post Office. There is no parking on the circle in front of the guesthouses. Check in is anytime after 3:00pm and check out is by 10:00am on the day of departure. For the comfort of all our visitors, Wilmer and Johns Halls are non-smoking buildings and no pets are allowed.

Visitors are always welcome to join us for meals in the Refectory or worship in the Chapel.

The Refectory, which is adjacent to Johns Hall, serves meals when academic programs are in session. The meal schedule and fees are:
SUNDAY
Continental Breakfast  7:00-10:00 am
Dinner  6:00-7:00 pm
 
MONDAY-THURSDAY
Breakfast  7:15-7:45 am
Lunch  11:45 am-1:15 pm
Dinner  5:00-7:00 pm
 
FRIDAY
Breakfast  7:15-7:45 am
Lunch  11:45 am-1:15 pm
 
SATURDAY
Continental Breakfast  7:00-10:00 am
Brunch  11:30 am-1:00 pm
MEAL PRICES
Continental Breakfast - $6.00
Breakfast - $10.00
Lunch - $12.00
Brunch - $12.50
Dinner - $14.00












 






















Community Worship
is an integral part of Virginia Seminary. The Seminary community gathers to worship on a regular basis and all visitors to the campus are invited to join us in the Chapel. Services are held Monday through Friday at 8:15am. These services follow the Order for Daily Morning Prayer.  A service of Holy Eucharist is held each day beginning at 12 noon. Evening Prayer or other worship services are scheduled at 5:30pm each evening during the regular academic year.  

The Welcome Center is temporarily located on the lower level of the Addison Academic Center and offers a variety of services including internet access, copying, faxing, and complimentary coffee, tea and other beverages.   

 
 
The Metro is the best way to get around the city of Washington, DC. The closest Metro stop is the King Street Station which is about 3 miles in the direction of Old Town Alexandria. A cab ride to this station will cost around $9.00. A DASH bus ride to the station is $1.50

The Metro
Dash Bus
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The Alexandria Yellow Cab Company generally serves the Seminary quite efficiently. The number for a cab request is 703-549-2500. Tell the dispatcher you need a cab at the Virginia Seminary, 3737 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA. The best campus spots for meeting a cab are “on the circle in front of Aspinwall” or “on the circle in front of Johns and Wilmer Halls”.

Old Town Alexandria is the historic district of the City of Alexandria. Alexandria was a colonial seaport established in 1724 and Old Town is now a lovely restored area with interesting sights, shops and restaurants. You can get there by catching the DASH bus right outside the Seminary Road gate (across the street). At the southern tip of Alexandria is Mount Vernon, the home of our most famous citizen, George Washington. (About a 15-minute car ride from the Seminary)