Frog Hollow Bed and Breakfast
ore than welcome you will be when you enter this beautiful historic house dating back to the 1800's. Completely renovated to offer guests large, fresh and comfortable lodging within a home decorated with Casual Elegance. Feel free and discover for yourself the unique andeclectic design elements mixing the old with the new,traditional and whimsical that combine to make our home, and now your home an interesting, stylish and friendly place. Pass the time on either of our rocking chair porches, or on our beautiful Garden Gazebo which is situated under the 2nd largest Box Elder tree in Virginia. You can also enjoy watching a movie on the flat screen TV located in theparlor, "snacks included," then end your day with a dip in the large outdoor hot tub with a front row seat to the STARS. A full gourmet breakfast is artfully prepared and served to you at 8:30 am each morning, featuring fresh fruit, baked goods and so much more, a different menu for our multi-night visitors, and our personal guarantee that no one leaves for their day hungry.
Refreshments and fine chocolates are served each evening in our new Atrium, where you can relax to the sound of the waterfall or mingle with other guests.
Five minutes from the Interstate highways, 20 minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Frog Hollow isbyitself on a charming country road only two miles from downtown Lexington, very convenient for the shopping and dining offered in the Historic District, to Washington and Lee University, Virginia Military Institute and the VirginiaHorse Center. Considered the Southern Gateway of the Shenandoah Valley, Lexington is central to a region that is spectacularly picturesque and rich in history, with abundant attractions and events all year long. We have Natural Bridge, thedeep Caverns, hiking, fishing, skiing, golfing, museums and wineries. Find out why people still head to this area for great finds in antiques andcollectibles. Andcheck out the artwork being produced in our area which continues to put Lexington and the Shenandoah Valley on the art lover's map.Don't miss the extraordinary Lime Kiln Theater for plays and concerts, outdoors in the summer, indoors winter within the historic Troubadour on Main Street.
Located on Greenhouse Road, a part of the original Turnpike into Lexington, it is the scene of the Civil War action called The Assault on Lexington, at the foot of what is known as Hunter Hill, where cannons were placed and fired into Virginia Military Institute on June 11, 1864. Your Hosts David Jimenez and John Loomis invite you to feel at home when you visit Lexington and are well prepared to serve your needs, and they promise to make your stay, whether for business or a special occasion, memorable.
- Includes Gourmet breakfast
- Queen beds with Deluxe Mattresses and Luxury Linens
- Private Baths
- Central Air Conditioning
- Guest rooms have alarm clocks, radios, irons and hair dryers
- Quiet,convenient location
- Afternoon snacks
- Helpful Hosts
- Gift Certificates available
- Rocking chair porches
- We cater to dietary restrictions
- Large Spacious rooms
Innkeeper: David Jimenez and John Loomis
Mailing Address: 492 Greenhouse Road
Lexington, Virginia 24450
Price Range: $130 to $175 per night
Payment: Visa, MasterCard, Cash, Travelers checks, Personal checks
Check-in: 3 pm
Check-out: 11 am
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received less than 30 days from arrival will be charged one night. No Shows will be charged the entire reservation price. If reservation is cut short, you will only be refunded $50 a day excluding holiday weekends and October. Sorry, our 2 cats will not allow any other pets. Smoking restricted to grounds.