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Herring Hall is a beautiful circa 1820's brick country plantation house. One of the "7 Hills" built near Lexington, VA in the early 19th century. Highly recommended if you are visiting Lexington for either VMI or Washington and Lee- or if you are traveling through...More
Anne is a marvelous host. What an amazing home. Over 200 years old but kept up beautifully. Everything from the room (We stayed in the Keydet) to the breakfast were well thought out and genuinely good. The frittata was to die for. And the apple...More
We spent 2 nights at the Herring Hall. Despite very later arrival, we were greeted with complimentary sangria and homemade pound cake (out of this world!).We stayed in the General room which is rather large and has a private bathroom. The bed there was a...More
Fantastic find! Historical Federalist home converted to B&B. Beautiful surrounding rural area and rich farmland. Gracious owner/hostess and staff! Near historic Natural Bridge State Park, winery, and reasonable distance to historic downtown Lexington, VA. Easy access from Interstate-81, Exits 180A and also Exit 175. Between...More
Herring Hall was our home away from home in Lexington. Our son was a student at Washington and Lee and we were so fortunate to discover Ann Herring and her beautiful home, early on. We enjoyed our time at the B&B as much as the...More