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Settled in 1757, Lynchburg was named for its founder, John Lynch, who, at the age of 17, started a ferry service across the James River. In 1812, the ferry service was replaced by Lynchburg’s first bridge. Lynchburg was the only city that did not fall to the Union during the American Civil War. It served as a Confederate supply base and, for four days in 1865, it was the capitol of Virginia. First Thomas Jefferson, who frequented Lynchburg, maintained vacation home, Poplar Forest, in the area. This octagonal structure is open to the public.

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Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast
Distance from city center: 1 mile(s)
Phone: 434-846-1388
Toll Free: 800-937-3582
The ideal place to escape from reality and experience the past as if it were yesterday in our restored 1878 Italianate mansion known as the Watts House. Relax on our huge wraparound porch, soak in one of our original claw foot tubs, enjoy our legendary breakfast or unwind with a massage in our new massage and body treatment center. This is the place to relax, reconnect and rejuvenate. Voted the best Bed and Breakfast in Lynchburg by Lynchburg Living (January 2008).

Lynchburg, Virginia
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Crumps Mountain Cottage
Distance from city center: 50 mile(s)
Phone: 434-277-5563

Solitary cottage nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Refresh your spirit with nature's sounds, sights of deer, turkey, birds, and relaxing views of pastoral valleys and the mountains that surround them. Explore our 243 wooded acres bordered by a Natural Forest via hiking trails. Pets allowed.

Amherst (Lynchburg), Virginia
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