My wife and I had a very relaxing fall weekend at the Stoneridge Bed and Breakfast. The B&B is located several miles outside of Lexington and is located on a very expansive lawn with mountain views.
Rooms: Our room was very clean and nicely decorated. It included two comfortable chairs, a queen bed and a closet. Each day, they set out chocolates and small bottles of water. The full bath appeared to be brand new. The free WiFi was great - I have a smartphone and was getting an intermittent cell signal and the WiFi more than made up for that. However, the wooden floorboards were a bit creaky (understandable for a house built in 1829). Also, there was a 1-2 inch gap under the door to the hallway. We put pillows by the door to block the gap - it looks like others did the same thing in other rooms. The room also had a gas fireplace but we never got around to figuring out how to turn it on.
Breakfast: Breakfast was very good both mornings we were there. It included coffee and different juices each day. The breakfast started out with a first course each time - one morning, it was a yogurt mix and the next morning, it was mixed fruit. In their dining room, there is a large dining room table and two small tables that seat two each.
Rest of the Inn: They have a den with satellite TV (the rooms don't have TVs), many games, puzzles, books and DVDs and videos.
The living room was nice -- in the afternoons or evenings, they put out cookies, chocolate and sherry. The room also had plenty of places to sit with magazines, etc. On top of the piano in the room, they updated a sheet each day listing the first names of guests and their respective hometowns. I know that one of the previous posters didn't care for that. However, I thought that it was a nice touch to at least know fellow guests' first names and their hometowns. From a privacy perspective, I think that this is just fine since they left out last names.
The front porch was great -- there was plenty of seating, including rocking chairs. You look out on a water fountain right in front of the home and have a great view of the hills and mountains beyond. Visiting during the fall is great - you get a nice view of the changing colors of the leaves. I thoroughly enjoyed just sitting there with my morning coffee.