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Historic Lexington Virginia was founded in 1779 and it is one of the best preserved and friendly , towns in the Shenandoah Valley.  The town of 7,000 has a unique ‘’General’’ connection. Civil War buffs find a stop in the charming small town a must. Thomas ‘’Stonewall’’ Jackson, famous Civil War  Confederate General, taught at Virginia Military Institute before entering the war.  He is buried in town as is General Robert E. Lee, commander of the Southern forces. General Lee came to Lexington after the War in 1865 and was President of Washington College, now Washington and Lee University , until his death in 1870. Lee Chapel  & Museum on the campus pays honor to General Lee.  General George Washington helped endow  the original beginnings of Washington & Lee(Liberty Hall Academy) with $65,000 worth of canal stock.  General George Marshall the great World War II U.S. general,  graduated from Virginia Military Institute and the Marshall Library on the Post is a  must see.  VMI cadet parades are a guest favorite favorite when the school is in session.

The Lexington Visitor Center  downtown  is the best place to start your visit here. Horse carriage rides, free downtown tours on Fridays, ghost tours in season begin here. The Blue Ridge Parkway is 11 miles east of town,  Natural Bridge and cavern is 15 minutes down Rt 11 south. The VMI museum in town houses numerous historic exhibits including ‘’Stonewall’s stuffed  war horse Little Sorrel.  Great restaurants in or close to town are always popular as well as the many arts, craft, dress  and antique shops downtown. Two vineyards are closeby as well as Wades Mill where you can see the inner workings of a working mill. Families love to tour  Virginia Safari Park, a drive thru zoo with over 1000 animals Mar-Nov.  Lime Kiln Outdoor Theatre has plays and concerts during the summer months.

The area has some of the Valley’s most enjoyable nature and opportunities  including great scenic drives, exceptional fall foliage, hiking and biking trails, horseback riding, trout fishing, llama trekking, geocaching , canoeing, kayaking, golf and much more are all very closeby.



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A B&B at Llewellyn Lodge
Distance from city center: less than 1 mile
Phone: 540-463-3235
Toll Free: 800-882-1145
GREAT IN-TOWN LOCATION. Walkable to colleges, museums, restaurants. Blue Ribbon breakfasts- menu. Free Wi-Fi,off-street parking, private baths, AC, Large High-Def TVs, Expert hiking, golf, outdoor advice, guided trout fishing trips.

Lexington, Virginia
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Brierley Hill B&B
Distance from city center: 2 mile(s)
Phone: 540-464-8421
Toll Free: 800-422-4925
Romantic getaway. Where Memories are Made.Virginia Country inn located on 8 acres of quiet manicured grounds, 5 minutes from historic Lexington. Magnificent views of Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley. Tasteful decor, friendly hospitality, great food. Wedding & Romance Packages available.

Lexington, Virginia
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Applewood Inn & Llama Trekking
Distance from city center: 8 mile(s)
Phone: 540-463-1962
Toll Free: 800-463-1902
A short drive from Lexington & Route 11 along scenic Buffalo Creek leads to a spectacular solar home set amid 36 very private hilltop acres with mountain views. Relax on porches, in the hot-tub or poolside after llama trekking, hiking, fishing or touring Lexington.

Lexington, Virginia
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House Mountain Inn
Distance from city center: 9 mile(s)
Phone: 540-464-4004

House Mountain Inn: Far from the usual. Close to perfect. Enjoy gracious hospitality, rustic elegance, and a superb vacation experience in a brand-new, unforgettable mountain retreat setting.

Lexington, Virginia
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Herring Hall Bed & Breakfast
Distance from city center: 10 mile(s)
Phone: 540-460-3365

Built as the "Manor Home" of a 600 acre plantation in the beautiful Southern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Herring Hall has been our family home and a Rockbridge County Landmark for generations.

Natural Bridge (Lexington), Virginia
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Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast and Cottage Suites
Distance from city center: 13 mile(s)
Phone: 540-377-9922
Toll Free: 800-369-8005
Welcome to our home. Come in, unwind and delight in the quiet, comfortable elegance of our 38-acre country retreat. Relax in your private suite, or curl up on the porch and watch the clouds float over the Blue Ridge Mountains. Dogs welcomed!

Fairfield (Lexington), Virginia
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Hummingbird Inn
Distance from city center: 15 mile(s)
Phone: 540-997-9065
Toll Free: 800-397-3214
Close to Lexington, Staunton, & Warm Springs, we offer old-fashioned charm & modern amenities. Country hospitality, spacious common rooms, comfortable guest rooms, porches, lovely gardens, a stream. Plus we're pet friendly! Romance & relaxation our specialties!

Goshen (Lexington), Virginia
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Sugar Tree Inn
Distance from city center: 50 mile(s)
Phone: 540-377-2197
Toll Free: 800-377-2197
Recommended by the "Washingtonian" as one of the "Six Romantic Inns", and called "Mountain Magic" by Hampton Roads magazine, the Sugar Tree Inn is just off the Blue Ridge Pkwy at MP27. Gourmet meals and woodburning fireplaces!

Vesuvius (Lexington), Virginia
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