Best property to stay at in Lexington. Most of the rooms are large and well appointed. Breakfast, which is included, is very good and well serviced by staff. Two types of rooms - newer hotel rooms which are more consistent- and the manor house rooms which are inconsistent. We have stayed in all of their room types in three stays at the hotel. In the manor house rooms you could be very pleased with a grand room room complete with fireplace or, for the same price, a room which you can't move around in with not enough chairs to sit and was obviously servant quarters before the civil war. The room attendants never changed our water glasses over a five day stay and the breakfast staff noise at 5am was irritating (to name two of several examples) so I am not convinced this property is delivering the service necessary to justify the rates they are charging for the manor house rooms.