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Lexington Cottage
1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom / Sleeps 21 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 2
Cottage / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 2
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Bedrooms:1
Bathrooms:1
Sleeps:2
Type:Cottage
Per night:$190 - $205
Per month:$5,700 - $6,150
Pets allowed:No
Internet:Yes

The three cottages at Autumn Ridge are situated on a secluded 40- acre ridge just minutes from Historic Downtown Lexington. The woodlands and grassy fields are abundant with wildlife such as deer, wild turkey and song birds of all types. It is a setting which allows for peace and...

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“ Excellent ”
October 14, 2014
We loved everything here. It is secluded but close to downtown Lexington by car. Every detail was attended to, but there wasn't too much information. This is the kind of cottage I would want to have for my family, clean, tidy, organized. Huge bed, with comfy linens and nice pillows. Great shower, soaking tub. Wonderful front porch with rocking chairs. Grill, although we didn't need it. We will definitely go back and recommend it to friends. Thanks, Autumn Ridge!
lisa Stucky, Washington DC

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Lexington Virginia Vacation Rentals - Guesthouse
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Lexington Guesthouse
1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom / Sleeps 21 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 2
Guesthouse / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 2

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$125

/ night

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Bedrooms:1
Bathrooms:1
Sleeps:2
Type:Guesthouse
Per night:$125 - $150
Per week:$805
Pets allowed:No
Internet:No

Come stay in our cozy timber framed guesthouse for a peaceful, serene getaway. The cottage has a large porch that wraps around 2 sides. Two comfy rockers are ideal to enjoy the natural surroundings and abundant wildlife. We are located on 38 acres off a dirt road and are secluded,...

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About Lexington

Lexington, VA Travel Tips

Lexington, Virginia, is a small town that is the home of two colleges, Washington and Lee University and the Virginia Military Institute. It is a good place to visit if you want to explore the history of the Civil War. If you are thinking about visiting Lexington, you should take advantage of one of the Lexington rental homes. When you rent a home from Vacation Home Rentals, you can have all of the comforts of home while you are on vacation. It makes traveling with children easier because you can have your children in their own room. There are a number of Lexington rentals available, and you should be able to find a rental that will fit your needs.

Lexington Travel Tips for Families

Lexington has a warm, humid climate in the summer. The winters are mild and cool. It is important to plan according to the time of year you will be visiting. There are a number of Lexington homes for rent that you can use while visiting students who are at college. While there, you can explore this historic part of the United States. When you take advantages of the Lexington houses for rent, you can save money on food by cooking in your rental instead of eating out. It is also easier to work around your children’s schedule. We have a variety of Lexington, VA, rentals available listed by owner. Take the time to review what each house has available so you can plan for your stay.

Attractions

Lexington is well-known for its history. There are a number of historic museums and sites throughout the town, including Jackson Memorial Cemetery and Stonewall Jackson House. You can also tour the Virginia Military Institute and see a dress parade by the cadets when you are there. Lexington rental properties allow you the comforts of home, making it easy to visit a museum in the morning and allowing you to relax in the afternoon.
  • Haunting Tales Ghost Tour: This 90-minute tour is great for people of all ages. It is a walking tour, and the guide will take you through the city and to the Jackson Memorial Cemetery.
  • Natural Bridge Zoo: This zoo is about a nine-mile drive from Lexington, VA, but it is worth the drive when you visit. The zoo offers elephant rides and a petting zoo. The zoo is closed from December to February.

Events

Lexington offers a wide variety of events. You may be interested in one of the Lexington rental homes when you visit to see a child graduate from one of the two colleges in the area. Lexington rentals can ...

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