A visit to Historic Lexington, Virginia,
coupled with a stay at the very convenient in-town Llewellyn
Lodge, can make for a lifetime memory. After a day of touring
one of America' best small towns or an outdoor activity,
you'll find the Lodge to be a very warm and friendly place to
relax. The Lodge is walkable to most of the historic sites,
shops, and restaurants. Ellen and John have been greeting
weary travelers for almost 25 years; many are repeat guests
who know they will always get a great night's sleep in the
most comfortable beds in town.
Ellen's breakfast are legendary in these
parts; she has won a State of Virginia Blue Ribbon award for
her omelets. Unlike most bed and breakfast, at Llewellyn Lodge
you get to order from a menu. Free unlimited DSL Internet
access is available for all rooms.
All of the rooms at this Three Diamond AAA
property are tastefully and individually decorated and include
private baths, AC, and ceiling fans. Free W-Fi - High Speed
Internet access is available in all rooms and outside. Some
accommodations have large High Definition Cable TVs. Many
guests call back wanting to know the name of the Lodge's most
comfortable bedding so they can buy some for themselves.
Kingsdown mattresses are some of the most comfortable made.
Guests over the years have included Newt Gingrish, actor and
singer Jimmy Dean, Miss Manner - Judith Martin, U.S. Senator
John Warner, and Boston Celtic Hall of Famer John Havlicek..
Room 1 has Queen-size pencil-post
bed with a tub/shower. Room 2 has wicker furniture,
queen-size bed, and stall shower. Room 3 has a large
screen High Def TV, Queen bed, easy chair, and stall shower.
Room 4 has a King-size bed, large sitting area,
refrigerator, large screen High Def TV, and a tub/shower. Room
5 has two double beds, stall shower, TV, and is great for
a family. Room 6 has a King bed, large screen High-Def
TV, and bath with tub/shower. This room is located on the
first floor and can accommodate handicapped people not
requiring a wheelchair. In-room coffee.
Llewellyn Lodge has all the current menus
for the local restaurants, all within walking distance. The
Lexington Visitors Center is the best around. Your hosts
highly recommend the Lime Kiln Outdoor Theatre in the summer
John and Ellen Roberts, your hosts,
guarantee you lots of help in getting the most out of your
trip to Lexington. John is a native Lexingtonian, born in the
original "Stonewall" Jackson Hospital, the only
residence that the Confederate General ever owned. It is now a
museum. John has a detailed Hiking and Outdoor Guide,
which will give you tons of ideas on exploring the beautiful
mountains and countryside. He offers guided fly-fishing trips
which have been featured on the Discovery Channel, Southern
Living, The Angling Report, and many more publications. The
Lodge offers other packages, including golf, canoeing, outdoor
theatre, tennis, and horseback riding.
Guests love the scenic walk from the Lodge
to town. The Lodge is close to Washington & Lee University
and Virginia Military Institute. Main Street is lined with
trees, and the many large homes make for interesting
architectural study. The Lodge's screened gazebo is always
popular for guests to relax in.