John and Ellen Roberts have been welcoming guests and helping make sure they get the most out of their visits to Lexington for over 34 years. All of the sites of the town including colleges restaurants, museums & shops are walkable. John is a Lexington native offering experienced advice on all things local including history. He is an avid outdoorsman – ask about his Trail and Hiking Guide to plan a multiple day outdoor vacation. His guided Flyfishing for trout trips were featured on the Discovery Channel, Southern Living magazine and numerous other magazines and web articles. His Intro to Flyfishing class is one of the best around.. Come enjoy a very comfortable & welcoming experience along with Ellen’s Blue-Ribbon breakfast from a menu and leave with a lifetime memory.
The Finest RESTination in Lexington Virginia. Quiet country setting and only 2 miles from Beautiful Historic Downtown. We have Natural Bridge, the deep Caverns, hiking, fishing, skiing, golfing, museums and wineries. <b>Find out why people still head to this area for great finds in antiques and collectibles...
Brierley Hill Bed & Breakfast in beautiful Lexington, VA - voted one of the Top 10 Most Romantic Inns in the USA* *as voted by iloveinns® Brierley Hill Bed and Breakfast is a romantic Country Inn nestled on a hillside in the Shenandoah Valley with breathtaking views of the Appalachian and Blue Ridge Mountains. Situated just outside of historic Lexington, Virginia, our boutique-style Bed and Breakfast will give you the peace you need, while also offering plenty of things to do in the area.
Autumn Ridge Cottages, located just two miles south of Downtown Historic Lexington, Virginia, is the place to come for peace, serenity, wildlife, and the need to get away from it all. Three cottages on a forty-acre ridge surrounded by grassy fields and woodlands provide the ultimate secluded getaway. Local activities include Virginia Military Institute, the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery and various historical sites.
Our private, 1,000-acre Allegheny Mountain retreat offers guests a unique opportunity to escape the everyday and explore the rich natural beauty of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. Located just west of Lexington, the House Mountain Inn is a 15,000-square foot rustic log cabin with spacious guestrooms and suites. Explore the breathtaking mountain scenery in a variety of ways: hiking, horseback riding, fly fishing, and so much more.
Experience the charm of the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains at Harmony Hill Bed & Breakfast with a relaxing stay in a Cozy Log House Bed & Breakfast with modern conveniences like Wifi and Satellite TV. We offer true Southern Hospitality, Full Country Breakfast, 2 Coffee Bars, Fire Pits, Gardens, Spacious Yard, Relaxing Porch, and more. Harmony Hill is located just one mile from Route 29, within 30 minutes of Lynchburg, Charlottesville, Waynesboro, The Appalachian Trail, Crabtree Falls, The Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Numerous Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries, Meaderies, Farms, Orchards, Lakes, Rivers, Biking, Hiking, and much more!
The historic Hillcrest Mansion Inn is a four-acre estate overlooking Clifton Forge, Virginia. Guests enjoy a relaxing getaway at a true, turn-of-the-century Edwardian mansion where service, meals, and relaxation are literally Above it All. Located in the Alleghany Highlands, Hillcrest Mansion offers superior Bed & Breakfast accommodations for an easy drive or train ride from Charlottesville or Washington, DC. Guests can explore the town of Clifton Forge, the 2018 “Top Small Adventure Town” in Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine. With three-to-five course formal breakfasts masterfully prepared by innkeeper Martha Crawford and elegant, comfortable rooms, Hillcrest Mansion Inn is not just a place to stay — it is a true destination.
High in the Blue Ridge Mountains is a haven of natural beauty called the Sugar Tree Inn, which is set on 28 wooded acres at 2,800 feet. The Inn is a place of peace and solitude. Just outside the Inn’s door you can walk nature trails alongside our rushing creek. Five minutes away, the magnificent Blue Ridge Parkway stretches lazily along the mountain peaks. There are miles of vistas and great hiking, including the Appalachian Trail. Enjoy canoeing and tubing on the rivers, or horseback riding on the bridle paths. Don’t miss our wineries and the local delicacies that make this a special corner of Virginia. Follow a hummingbird from the porch feeders to the dogwoods below. As evening falls, enjoy a spectacular sunset and then marvel at the stars as night encompasses the mountains. Come relax and enjoy our very special place with your very special someone!
Tucked into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on 50 acres in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley lies Steeles Tavern Manor. Situated mid-way between the historic towns of Staunton and Lexington, we’re ideally located for visiting all of our many local attractions. Crabtree Falls and the Blue Ridge Parkway, Historic Lexington, Staunton’s theatre, renowned Central Virginia wineries, The Virginia Horse Center, Natural Bridge, antique shops, and championship golf all close to our Shenandoah Valley lodging. The Manor house offers five spacious guest rooms and suites each with gas or electric fireplaces, private baths with double Jacuzzi tubs, and modern amenities. For the ultimate in privacy, reserve on of our three romantic cabins. Each has a king bed, full kitchen, living room with gas fireplace and flat screen TV, large bathroom, and a private hot tub on a secluded back deck. Explore the area or relax by our in-ground pool (seasonal). Enjoy free WiFi throughout the property. Covered bicycle and motorcycle storage is available as well as Tesla and ClipperCreek EV charging stations.
Applewood Inn & Llama Trekking, our Virginia country bed and breakfast, is conveniently situated mid-way between Lexington and Natural Bridge at the end of a dirt road (sometimes single lane) which follows scenic Buffalo Creek. This Shenandoah Valley lodging facility is perched on 37 acres, high above the creek in a very secluded and beautiful setting.
Discover Herring Hall Built as the “Manor Home” of a 600 acre plantation in the beautiful Southern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Herring Hall has been our family home and a Rockbridge County Landmark for generations. Originally named “Clover Hill,” Herring Hall is one of the locally famous “Seven Hills of Rockbridge County,” all historically significant mansions built by the Grigsby Family. Herring Hall, circa 1812, was a famous Inn and Restaurant from 1926 – 1970. Having received awards and accolades from Duncan Hines and AAA, it had offered distinctively prepared meals and lodging to a steady clientele. Third generation Innkeeper, Anne Herring, is excited to offer Grand Lodging in antebellum elegance at Herring Hall. Visiting Herring Hall offers an opportunity to live in the past, to appreciate the quality craftsmanship and architectural detail of another era, and most importantly, to enjoy Southern Hospitality at its finest! Once you visit Herring Hall, you’ll want to return. You’ll find our doorway always open to you in cordial welcome.
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