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Historical Traveler Reviews Brierley Hill Bed and Breakfast Lexington
We had the pure pleasure and privilege to spend 2 nights at the beautiful Brierly Hill B&B. Set atop a hill, this splendid place overlooks the peaceful Shenandoah Valley with its rolling hills. Their website gives an excellent representation of the property ([--]). Our room and bathroom were spotless and beautifully decorated. Breakfast on the porch was absolutely delicious and we savored the wonderful view. Joyce and Ken are gracious and delightful hosts and attend to every detail (freshly baked cookies daily, a framed keepsake photo taken on the porch, etc.).
We HIGHLY recommend the Brierly Hill.
S & R, Summit, NJ
A wonderful B & B!
My wife and I just celebrated our ninth wedding anniversary, and wanted to to find an intimate Bed and Breakfast near the Blue Ridge Parkway as a weekend getaway. Brierley Hill was the perfect place! The setting could not be more peaceful, and the owners are friendly and thoughtful. It truly is a little slice of "paradise". Would recommend to any couple traveling to the Lexington area.
My husband and I planned a "destination" wedding of sorts. We were married in Jackson Memorial Hall at VMI and wanted a romantic, out-of-the-way place away from the friends and family (not that they're not all wonderful, but we did want some privacy during some of the weekend). I booked the Magnolia Cottage, and two other suites for couples who were in the bridal party. The pictures on the internet do not lie. The B&B is heaven on Earth and our hosts could not have been one bit more accommodating and pleasant.
My husband and I stayed her for our one year anniversary. I was 6 monthsd pregnant with our daughter and the inn keepers were very accomadating. The room was bright and sunny and the ambience was serene and tranquil. The most refreshing stay we have ever had. Our 10th anniversary is coming up and we will be returning!!
The minute I saw pictures of the Blue Ridge Mountains, I knew we had to find a place to stay there. My husband and I were about to undergo a complex medical procedure and we desperately needed to clear our heads & relax. Brierley Hill provided just that! It was a piece of heaven, and it truly restored my soul and gave me the strength to get through what was ahead. We even brought along some temperature-sensative medication that Joyce graciously kept in the fridge for my daily use. We could not have been happier with our 4-day stay.
A terrific B&B
This little hotel is really a great find. It's up on top of a hill with a long winding driveway. The house itself is lovely, and for once, everything was sparkling and clean. We stayed in the Love Seat Suite and found it to be comfortable, very pretty and enjoyable. So many B&Bs are shabby, and definitely don't live up to the photos on their websites. This place is even nicer than the website represents.
The only slightly bad thing I can say is that the room was a little small for the furniture.
Breakfast was delicious. outside on the patio.
My wife and I stayed in the Good Friends suite to celebrate our first anniversary. Ken and Joyce were phenomenal hosts! From the moment we checked in, they were very accomodating and the room was amazing! The hot tub was huge, the bed was comfortable (albeit a bit small), and Joyce even had the fire place running for us because the room was a bit chilly. A note of caution, sound travels like crazy in the B&B, even though our suite was in the basement.
Deer In The Front Yard
My wife and I stayed at Brierley Hill Bed and Breakfast at the end of a month long fall color trip to New England. We stayed almost exclusively in B&B's from Plano, TX to Alton Bay, NH but NONE were as excellent as Brierley Hill in food, room, service and price. To have another serving of the fruit "soup" that Joyce makes will be worth a return trip for us.
GREAT place to stay.
We had the most romantic room I could ever imagine at Brierly Hill. It had a canopy bed with rich maroon hangings and gorgeous pillows everywhere. The bathroom is sparkling white with a large shower.The robes are extra luxurious here too.
My husband and I spent a great weekend at the Brierley Hill Bed and Breakfast, Lexington, VA. Beautiful view, relaxing surroundings, excellent food, lovely room. We were pampered!
Lexington has a lot to offer-- historical sites, shops, antiques, fine food. The Blue Ridge Parkway is nearby if you crave outdoorsy adventures.