John and Ellen Roberts have been the innkeeper-owners at Llewellyn Lodge for over 33 years. The Lodge was the first licensed B&B in Lexington in 1985. 2015 St Andrews John and EllenA very high percentage of guests to the Lodge are repeat visitors, most come back   to experience - comfort, Lexington's small town charm, the helpful ,experienced advice from the innkeepers, the most convenient location, the friendly relaxed atmosphere and the excellent breakfasts which are custom made for them to name a few.  Many guests have logged in from 100-300 or more room nights at the Lodge over its long history.  Hosting guests to both Washington & Lee University Virginia Military Institute and Southern Virginia University has been an enjoyable part of this history as well.

Ellen grew up in Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, New York. She spent 20 years in the hospitality industry, including airline, travel, hotel and the restaurant business before opening Llewellyn Lodge in 1985.  Nantucket Island is one of her favorite places to visit, her parents lived there for many years.  Alaska, Scotland, Panama Canal, paddleboating the Mississippi and  cruising the Amazon have made for enjoyable trips  over the last few years for your hosts. Ellen's breakfasts are legendary, how many B&Bs have you been to that offer a menu with several tasty entrees on it like custom made omeletes, Belgian waffles, eggs of most kinds, Virginia meats, lots of fruits , hot and cold cereals to name a few.  Ellen is also an avid golfer and will gladly assist you in setting up a tee time at our Country Club, 3 minutes away. Below is a picture of a fun  trip to St. Andrews, Scotland with us standing on the famous old course Swilcan foot bridge. We had the great fortune of attending the British Golf Open at Muirfield as we followed Phil Mickelson who won.

John is a Lexington native who has lived in the town all of his life.  He was born in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital which was   the former home of Stonewall Jackson before the Famous General was called to the Civil War.  It is now a museum.  He will readily share his unique knowledge of the area. He spends his entire spare time outdoors, his Trail and Hiking Guide is sure to put you in some enchanting places. Maps and expert advice are provided. He loves seeing that guests get the most out of their trip to his hometown. He has several itineraries for guests to consider, whether it be historic, outdoor, or other special interest areas. John is also an expert Fly fishing veteran of over 60 seasons, his guided trout fishing trips and Introductory fly-fishing classes are outstanding and have been featured in several magazines including Southern Living and the Discovery TV Channel. Ellen and John love spending time  and enjoying wildlife including Bald Eagles, Ruby Throated Hummingbirds and Eastern Bluebirds from the porch at their  Bath County, Va.  mountain retreat when business slows down. There just happens to be 2 nice trout streams on the property as well.

Wonderful B & B!

We had a wonderful 2 night stay here at Llewellyn Lodge. John was a wonderful host . He cooks great breakfasts, from a menu. It was really nice to have a choice. The room was large and comfortable. The bed was amazing. They have special high end mattresses, unlike any other B&B we have been too.

Irene S. New York   Trip Advisor March/ 2017

   

 

OCT 1, 1, 2018- Excellent Levels for H2O enjoyment NOW.  This is one great month to plan a float down the Maury or James Rivers or both with stunning Fall foliage.We have the Allegheny  Mountain watersheds to our West and the Blue Ridge Mountain watersheds to our East. The Maury cuts  its way through Goshen Pass Northwest of town 14 miles where there is some significant elevation change and more whitewater challenge for canoe and kayak folks. Summer flows can get low but you can always find a swimming hole or tubing section. The Maury makes it way through the small town of Buena Vista and then another several miles to the much larger James River in Glasgow. The James has lots more drainage area and has floatable water year round.  The area below the confluence of the 2 rivers is known as Balcony Falls and requires a bit more skill to navigate as you make your way through fairly remote gorge area 5 -6 miles long.

GUIDED FLYFISHING -www.vatrout.com 1-800-882-1145

Twin Rivers Canoe http://canoevirginia.net/ and Wilderness Canoe Company http://www.wildernesscanoecampground.com/ offer trips from April throu October.   Many fantastic trips are detailed on their websites.  Both are within a 20 minute drive from the Lodge.  Guided fishing for bass is also offered. Tubing in trips are also offered along both the very scenic  Maury and James Rivers. 

Lake Robertson is a state of Virginia managed lake that offers boat rentals 14 miles from Lexington. The Lake has given up a few large mouth bass over 10 pounds. There is a swimming pool there as well with lots places to picnic.

Goshen Pass is a great place to go take an old fashion swim in the warmer months.  Take a picnic lunch the streamside tables. Cave Mountain Lake in the Jefferson National Forest southwest of Lexington also offers swimming and hiking, the small lake has a beach and usually does not have pressure as other swimming spots.

Swimming at Goshen Pass

 

 

 

Enjoy a Day on The Water, Guided or Unguided 

Kayaking

A B&B at Llewellyn Lodge is located at 603 S. Main Street in Lexington Va.

Llewellyn Lodge Bed and Breakfast - Fall 

The Lodge may be reached from the following Interstate Exits:
I - 81 coming South from Washington & Richmond

2 Exits 195, 191.
Take ramp to Rt 11 South following signs that say Rt 11 South into business district,
(right lane after crossing Maury River Bridge) Rt 11 becomes Main in town.
Follow it South, it forks into Jefferson Street which is one way South.
Follow Jefferson South (Rt 11 South) straight ahead 5 blocks.
Make hard left on White.
Go 250' to the bearing right(Rt 11 South)
Go 3 1/2 blocks to 603 on your right.
The Church of Christ on your left is a sign you are getting close.
The Inn is on the right 2 houses down.
Do not go past Whitmore Street.
If you do whip around and come on back 2 houses.

I-81 coming North from North Carolina, Roanoke

Take Ramp 180 (second Natural Bridge Exit).
Turn left off ramp following signs that say Rt 11 North to Lexington.
Go 8 1/2 miles on Rt 11 to 1st Red Light.
Rt 11 becomes Main straight ahead.
Llewellyn Lodge is exactly 1/2 mile from the light on your left at 603.
Do not go past Lexington Church of Christ sign on your right.
If you do whip around and come on back to 603. 800-882-1145 if lost.

I-64 E. From West Va.

Take Exit 50 or 55 Follow Directions to Rt 11 South Business in Town to 603 S. Main St.

 

RT 60-coming from Lynchburg via 501,
The Blue Ridge Parkway or Rt 60 from 
Amherst

Enter the Lexington City limits and keep heading west on RT 60 (Nelson Street in town).
Cross Main Street and turn Left at next light which puts you on Jefferson Steet.
Follow it for 3 blocks, hard left on White.
200' to intersection bear Right onto Main Street.
Go 3 blocks to 603 which is on your Right across from Wallace Street.

Rates

Welcome to Llewellyn Lodge - Lexington, VA Bed and Breakfast

Per Night, Double Occupancy
In Season
: $120 to 259 plus tax

Winter Rates: $109-189 plus tax (Holidays Not Included)

Mid-Week, Short or Long Term Rates Available

The inn also has a 900 sq. ft unit with kitchen available. Long or short term stays available,  please contact us on rates.

Call For Our Special Event Weekends 800-882-1145

Additional person(s) $28 Rates higher on Certain High Activity Weekends-please e-mail us.

Gift Certificates from InnVirginia-BBAV and BNB Finder accepted.

State & Local taxes are to be added.


Check our Special Rates and Packages for seasonal, mid-week and last minute room values. Call for our Senior Citizen (over 65 years of age) and Single Rates. Corporate and Government rates are offered as well. Long term rates are available, please contact us for special rates.

Great place for a weekend with friends!

Stayed at the LLewellyn Lodge during a reunion weekend. We had five rooms for alums and our wives. Great service, great food, great location, great accommodations, and great space for hanging out in a group setting. If you have the chance to stay here, do it! All of us definitely would again.

Rich H May 2017 Trip Advisor

A hearty full breakfast is included in the rates; the fact that we offer a menu sets us apart from all other local B&Bs. 

32 Years of Providing Our Guests The Best

Walkable to All Sites Downtown -- Private Baths -- Fully Centrally  Air Conditioned -- Top of the Line Kingsdown Bedding

Full Breakfast From A Menu -- Outstanding Local Advice From your Native Lexingtonian Host, John

Refreshments Upon Arrival -- Outstanding Hiking, Flyfishing, Outdoor Info

Full Breakfast From A Menu Included - You Deserve It

Award Winning  Custom Made Omelets, Belgian Waffles, Egg Choices,  Fresh Homemade Muffins, Fresh Locally  Produced Eggs from Bath County, Fruits,  Hot & Cold Cereals, Virginia Ham by Wallace Edwards, Smithfield smoked Ham, Bacon, Sausage,  Juices, Large Tea Collection, Killer Hot Chocolate, Virginia's Best Apple Butter, In-season local Produce, Special Diets. We start you off with a nice plate of fruit of the season and selection of 4 juices. Served from 7-9:30 a.m.

Very Congenial Place To Stay!

I phoned at last minute; there was a room for me for the night. John greeted me warmly, oriented me to the house and the routines. He had helpful suggestions re places in town and also for my planned route the next day. Breakfast was lovely, and I was on my way to the next stop. I would definitely stay there again if I'm in the area.

RRS District of Columbia

Policies

Reservations are suggested and for most weekends recommended. A two (2) night minimum that includes a Saturday night is required during the months of May, October and certain or high activity weekends during the year.  A one night's deposit is required to hold your reservation by the date specified on your confirmation sheet.  The confirmation will be mailed to you once the reservation is made. We will accept a credit card number as a deposit. A check deposit is required over certain peak weekends in May or October. A $25 fee will be charged on any returned checks.

Cancellations

We require a deposit by credit card, check or cash to reserve our rooms. The deposit will be forfeited if the guest arrives after the date specified or departs before the final date of the reservation. Over certain college or special event weekends our cancellation policy may vary. Should you no-show or cancel under the stated 7, 14 or 45,  day policy (noted at time of booking), your deposit will be forfeited unless the room can be re-rented for that period. It must be understood that a deposit insures that your accommodations will be available as confirmed and also insures the Lodge that the accommodations are sold as confirmed. Therefore, when situations arise that necessitate a cancellation less than 7  ,14  or 45 days  (noted at time of booking and mailed with confirmation) in advance of your confirmed stay, we most certainly do sympathize but must maintain a business policy. Certain peak weekends have a 45 day notice requirement which will be noted at the time of booking and so stated in any confirmation mailing. E-mail cancellations cannot be accepted; please telephone if you need to cancel 1-800-882-1145, 1-540-463-3235.

The Lodge caters to an Adult clientele, however, well-behaved children 10 years and above are most welcome. Smoking is only allowed outside in designated areas. Pets are not allowed, we will be happy to make arrangements at a vet attended Kennel close by. Check-in is between the hours of 3 PM and 11PM. should you require check-in at another time we will try to accommodate you if you advise us prior to arrival. Checkout is at 11 AM.

Cash, Check, Travelers Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express
are all Acceptable forms of payment.