The delightful in-town location of this beautiful brick Colonial makes it the perfect homebase for exploring Historic Lexington and the beautiful surrounding areas. A warm, friendly atmosphere awaits you, offering country charm with a touch of class. Ellen Roberts' award winning breakfasts bring many repeat visitors, most comfortable beds around. The walk from the Lodge to the Historic District is pleasant as you pass by many large old homes down a tree lined street. Washington & Lee University and Virginia Military Institute have many historic sites and museums. John Roberts is a Lexington native who has all the local hiking trails and maps featured in his detailed Hiking and Outdoor guide Waterfall, rails to trails, vista and historic hikes are always popular with Lodge guests. . Guided fly-fishing trips are always popular as well as trips on scenic drives in the area. Call John to help design a memorable Outdoor adventure. Free High-Speed Internet-WiFi. Restaurants, shops, Lee Chapel, Stonewall Jackson House & Cemetery, VMI Museum and much more are all walkable. The Blue Ridge Parkway,Rockbridge Vineyard, Wades Working Mill, Natural Bridge and Appalachian Trail are short drives away. Mid-week specials. Walk-ins are welcomed.