We went to the Applewood Inn Bed and Breakfast and had a wonderful time. The owners are very nice and the place is very peaceful. Although we did not specify ahead of time, it was LGBT friendly. The owners, Chris and Linda greeted us when we arrived and were very friendly. The grounds are hilly and you can go into the llama pen if you choose to do so. They also allow you to walk the llamas for a very reasonable fee. There were two other couples there (both on their 2nd visit) and we had a delightful conversation over a delicious breakfast. I would definitely recommend it. My only complaint was that our room, the Quilt room, was close to the front door and a bit on the noisy side when people came inside.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 36 hilltop acres of woods and pastures surround Applewood Inn, providing 365 degree views of the Blue Ridge and Alleghenies. Three rooms all have queen beds, fireplaces, private baths, whirlpool or hot tub and private porches. All rooms are pet friendly and two will accommodate extra persons including children 8+. One of these is a suite sized room that will comfortably sleep four with in-room refrigerator, coffee maker and bar sink. A full hearty whole grain breakfast is included as well as complimentary snacks and beverages. Wonderful patios and gardens surround the inn along with a full sized in-ground swimming pool. Activities include swimming, hiking, fishing in Buffalo Creek, bird watching and exploring all the attractions of the Lexington area, including Natural Bridge, the Virginia Safari Park, the Virginia Horse Center, Washington and Lee University and two wineries and much more. ... more less