May 28-29, 43 rooms were occupied by VA, NY, PA, Minn, Alabama and the Carolina's residents. It was a time of family, friends and happy memories. The manager went out of his way to make the stay special. The staff was so helpful. Breakfast bar was well stocked and delicious. The conference room was also used for the rehearsal dinner. Everyone commented on the clean, large rooms, comfortable and more than expected. The pool, and miniature golf were added treats. We were family, and treated like family! What a great time for all!!! Thanks
Pool recently redone, the view was spectacular. Quiet clean, a welcoming lobby area, where everyone gathered and we greeted by the staff. The manager, went out of his way to care for everyone's needs and any concerns were taken care of immediately!
This charming B&B surpassed all of my expectations. Historic Montillico is a BEAUTIFUL home with stunning hardwood floors, Persian rugs, fresh-cut flowers, and an overall Victorian theme. The kitchen is made entirely of brick with a working fireplace, the rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated with lots of candles and old books, and above all, the owner provides exceptional care for the guests. Located a short drive from downtown Lexington, Historic Montillico is located on a hill overlooking the lovely countryside and farmland. I would highly recommend this B&B to anyone looking to enjoy a peaceful environment.
Due to Historic Montillico's location, it is readily accessible to the downtown Lexington area (about a 5-10 minute drive), yet just far enough outside to enjoy the tranquility that nature has to offer. At night, it was easy to see hundreds of stars. When we decided to visit Lexington, we initially wanted to stay in the downtown area, but decided to stay at Historic Montillico because it was more affordable than some of the B&Bs in the downtown area. I am so glad we did. Not only did we save a bit of cash, but the home was stunning and the ambiance was far more enjoyable and peaceful than if we had stayed in the heart of the downtown area.
We stopped at the Virginia Welcome Center for a map of Virginia, and the lady there told us how to get to the Hampton Inn which is also a historic house. We arrived about 1600. We got parked (being careful not to drive or park where it was marked for carriages only.
We had breakfast at the Hampton Inn (no cranberry juice and not a very good breakfast)
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