A Bed & Breakfast at Llewellyn Lodge

603 South Main Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450
Innkeeper(s): John & Ellen Roberts
  • Guided Fly-fishing Trips For Trout


      Virginia offers some fine trout fishing streams and John, your guide who has 58 years fishing experience in the local waters, is sure to help you enjoy a nice day on one of them.E-mail him today for details. Many like to fish 2 or 3 days, sampling streams such as the Jackson River, Back Creek, Bullpasture, Buffalo Creek, native Brook Trout streams and many more. These trips have been featured on the Discovery Chanel 2006, Southern Living, the Angling report and several more angling publications. Introductory to flyfishing for beginners offers instruction without the frustrations. Special tips to seasoned veterans.$285-559


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      Lexington has several options for a nice romantic evening with a super meal. Several restaurants are walkable, the Nikkos Greek,Southern Inn, Sheridan Livery, The Bistro. The Palms and Matsumoto Sushi Bar are a nice stroll only 10 minutes walk or 1 minute drive. Cafe Michels is only a 3 minute drive, all restaurants have nightly specials. We'll be delighted to help you reserve a dining time or answer any questions, just shoot us an e-mail, we'll help you for that special evening. We have all their current menus. A great way to finish off your day of exploring.


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      Wild and Wonderful Bath County is a great trip from the Lodge, work in a hike, ''take the waters'' in an old Historic Spa- tour the grand Homestead Hotel. The Greenbrier Resort in W. Va is 1 hour 15 minutes away- take a tour of the ''Bunkers'' which were built to house our leadership and preserve Democracy in in the heat of the Cold War. Historic Lewisburg is a great small town nearby to explore. Civil War buffs can enjoy Appomattox- 1 hour 20 minutes away or several battlefield sites north. The Frontier Museum and Blackfriars Theatrein Staunton are only 30 minutes away, Staunton is a fun town to stroll around in with lots of nice restaurants. The National D-Day Memorial in Bedford can make a nice day trip as well as Poplar Forest, Jefferson's summer home, a miniature Monticello.

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