Blueberry Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast
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A vacation rental with all the charm of a Bed and Breakfast but with the privacy and leisure of a guest apartment, located midway between Lexington and Staunton in Virginia's historic Shenandoah Valley. The suite is located in the upper part of our home with a private entrance via the upstairs porch. Our exceptional feature is the year-round sun room where you have a wonderful tree-top view of the farm, gardens, pond, distant mountains, and at night the stars. The suite also includes a bedroom with an antique queen bed and a daybed, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and private porch. For those who wish the convenience, we offer a breakfast basket for an additional fee with items for breakfast on your own.
We invite you to enjoy the farm: hiking, fishing, row boating, picnicking, or just relaxing on the porch taking in the beauty and serenity of the countryside - and maybe a glimpse of the wildlife.
Or enjoy the many local attractions: visit numerous historic points of interest, take a scenic drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway (just 15 minutes away), hike on nearby trails including the Appalachian Trail, visit neighboring Rockbridge Vineyard, or see a Shakespearean play at the Blackfriars Theater, or a show at the Virginia Horse Center.
On the farm: Wander through the woods and wildlife habitat around spring fed streams and two ponds. Go row boating on the larger pond. Enjoy the flower gardens. Help yourself to fruits and vegetables, blueberries and wild berries in season. Bring your field glasses to watch birds, and other wildlife. We have information, directions and maps here for your use in planning your activities and we will be glad to help you in any other way we can.
We are located midway between Staunton and Lexington about 2 miles from the Raphine exit off Interstate 81.
Get off I 81 at exit 205 and go west on Route 606 a very short distance. Just past the southbound exit ramp take a sharp right onto Route 917 (Old B & O Rd) and go north about 2 miles. Turn left onto Route 620 (Spottswood Rd). Go 1/3 mile. #956 is a large brick house on the left.
GPS systems, Mapquest and Google Maps do not always give accurate directions in this rural area. The above directions are the best to follow.
Pull in the driveway in front of the house and come to the front door.