Our stay at Stoneridge was truly a delightful experience. The property is nestled in the wooded hills of the Shenandoah Valley just minutes away from historic Lexington. If you are looking for somewhere to spend a restful, peaceful weekend - this is the place. The innkeepers, Jim and Evelyn, are warm and friendly and they make you feel at home.
Jim and Evelyn's son John is a superb chief. We made reservations for dinner and we were glad we did. I had the pan seared duck breast, my wife had the New York strip steak. Both were excellent.
We stayed in the John McCluer. If you are looking for a little more privacy, this is the room for you. It has its own outside stairway and its own private balcony that looks over the grounds.
We enjoyed our time at Stoneridge so much that we booked a stay for our daughter and son-in-law. Their experience was as ours - wonderful. We love to stay in B & Bs, and of all that we have stayed in, this is at the top of our list.