My only criticisms of this hotel are that there is no safe in the room and there is no Wi-Fi. I left my laptop and valuables on a table in my room and nothing was stolen. It is that kind of hotel. Quiet, secure, and with friendly service. The rooms I saw were spotless, and the furniture was Victorian-style but in excellent shape. The art work was Victorian, and there were ceramic logs in the in-room gas fireplace. The floor was shiny, random-width wood plank (probably the original), set off by attractive area rugs. US highway 11 was visible from my window but I never heard a sound from it. The continental breakfast was ample with yogurt, juice, cereal, milk, coffee, fruit, bagels, jams, and various rolls and sweet breads.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Three historic guest residences sitting on a well manicured 7.5 acres with swimming pool, tennis court, spring-fed pond, walking trails and views of rolling Virginia countryside. Private bathrooms in every guest room. The Manor House c.1850 has 11 guest rooms with gas fireplace; Egyptian cotton sheets and towels; period antiques and free WiFi. Modern conveniences in a museum! Flat screen televisions with ESPN and HBO in every room. The Guest House c.1820 has three guest rooms; 1 king bed; 2 queen rooms; private bathrooms; living room; full kitchen and washer/dryer, Keurig Coffee Bar. The Pond House has 6 large guest suites with living room; bedroom and private bath with tub and a back porch veranda complete with rocking chairs and table and chairs overlooking the pond, walking trails and tennis court; shared lounge area with refrigerator; microwave; Keurig Coffee Bar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Maple Hall Lexington