Applewood Inn & Llama Trekking242 Tarn Beck Ln, Lexington, VA 24450
Applewood Inn welcomes one dog of any size for an additional fee of $20 per night, and two dogs of any size for $30 per night. Only the Blue Ridge room and the Cottages are pet friendly. Crated dogs may be left unattended, and dogs will enjoy use of bowls and a food tray. There are large grassy relief areas on the property. Cats are allowed in Cottages only, and must remain in a carrier. For same day arrivals, please call 877-411-3436 to confirm availability of a pet-friendly room.Low Rates from $145
Call (800) 463-1902 for more information.
Applewood Inn & Llama Trekking is conveniently located mid-way between Lexington and Natural Bridgewhich follows scenic Buffalo Creek. This Shenandoah Valley lodging facility is perched on 37 acres, high above the creek in a very private and beautiful setting. The Inn is furnished with antiques, reproductions, quilts, and original artwork with massive lodge-style, south-facing porches that afford lovely views of the surrounding woods, hillside pastures grazed by llamas, and the distant mountains. Off the east end of the house is a full-sized, in-ground swimming pool and on the ground floor, a hot tub. Adjoining the Inn property are more than 900 acres of forest and meadow crisscrossed with miles of trails for hiking, riding (bring your own horses), and llama treks, two-hour guided hikes leading an Inn llama. Room amenities vary but include gas fireplaces, private porch, private baths and hot tubs, queen beds, robes, central air conditioning, TV, refrigerator and coffee maker. The Inn serves a full breakfast and dinners. From the top of the hill just behind the Inn, you can enjoy a 360-degree view of the Blue Ridge, the Short Hills, House Mountain, and the distant Alleghenies.
- Pet Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Cable Television
- Breakfast Available
- Free Breakfast
- Parking Available
- Free Parking
- Non-Smoking Property
More than a year ago
Dogs loved the llamas!
Brought along my two dogs and they enjoyed seeing the llamas and rabbits as we walked around the Inn. The Inn was a B&B of sorts and we definitely felt at home, only better. I loved the mountain views and breakfast was delicious. The owners, Chris and Linda, were very friendly and helpful.