If you're looking for an old, southern rustic historic home to stay in, this is it. It's not a modern hotel, by any stretch, but it has that grand old (pre-civil war old) charm.
There is a more modern outbuiilding that might be more like what you'd expect from a higher-end chain, but we did not stay in that.
We stayed in the main house and had a massive room with an equally massive bed. The bathroom was tiny, but servicable. The staff was not really seen while we were there - but we had no needs.
We did have dinner there in the glass porch. It was absolutely delicious. It's not exactly modern service, but the waiter we had was extremely friendly and, as I said, the food was exceptional.
We would definately recommend a stay here, though it's not for those who love mini-bars and nintendo in your room.
- Also Known As:
- Maple Hall Hotel
- Maple Hall Lexington
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lodging that is an 1850 restored plantation home sitting amid gardens with a pond for fishing. ... more less