House Mountain Inn
Secluded on a private mountain near Lexington, Virginia, the House Mountain Inn offers gracious bed and breakfast hospitality and rustic lodging elegance in a breathtakingly beautiful Shenandoah Valley location.
Newly constructed in 2004, House Mountain Inn offers 15,000 square feet of rustic elegance. Set in 1,000 pristine wooded acres on the slopes of House Mountain (just west of Lexington, Virginia), you'll feel like you've escaped the city and stepped into a gorgeous and relaxing lodge in the Canadian Rockies.
The great room, with its soaring two-story fieldstone fireplace, is the center of the lodge and a wonderful place to gather with family, friends, or new acquaintances.
It's here that your hosts, the Irvines, serve a wine and cheese reception every afternoon at 4:00. If you desire, you can relax in the great room or dining room and enjoy a catered four-course dinner for an additional cost.
The nine spacious guest rooms and suites feature fine linens, plush towels, Gilchrist & Soames bath products, satellite TVs, and CD players. You'll feel totally pampered! Equipped with work areas including desk, telephone, voice mail, and high-speed internet access our rooms enable you to be productive during you stay if you choose. Most rooms also boast a gas fireplace and either an indoor Jacuzzi or a steaming outdoor four-person hot tub.
Room Rates range from $187 to $350
Room rates are per night and are based on double occupancy and include guest room accommodations, breakfast, dinner, and afternoon wine and cheese hour daily, hiking, and fishing. Please contact us for single occupancy rates, charges for children 12 and older and extra adults sharing a room.
A hearty gourmet breakfast is served each morning in a cozy dining room adjacent to the great room.
Wake to the tantalizing aroma of baking muffins and brewing coffee. Enjoy a delicious hot entrée, fresh fruit and juice, and the homemade specialty of the day. Elegant and plentiful, our breakfasts will leave you satisfied and ready to explore the charms of lovely Lexington.
Our Robert E. Lee Dining room provides a warm ambiance
with natural wood and a breathtaking mountain views. We welcome you to an
intimate dining experience that will go beyond all expectations in unforgettable
surroundings. All dishes are made with the freshest ingredients, homemade sauces and
entrees are prepared at the time of your order.
Our three course dinner consists of appetizer, entrée, non-alcoholic beverage, and dessert, and is served from 6:00 to 8:00 daily. Advance reservations are required for evening dining. Non-Inn staying guests are always welcome, please call for a reservation.
Once you arrive at House Mountain Inn, you may never want to leave, but if you feel the need to explore, the Lexington area has both rich history and abundant natural resources. There's more to see and do here than you'd imagine!
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Weddings and Events
House Mountain Inn is the perfect site for your wedding day or special event. We'll look after all the details and provide you with the very best service. We are very proud of our property and we work hard to provide a beautiful rustic setting. We're honored to plan your event with you, take care of all your special needs, and help make all your special event dreams come true!
House Mountain Inn offers the great convenience of having all your wedding needs situated in one luxurious but casual location. We provide lodging, as well as venues for rehearsal dinners, wedding ceremonies, and wedding receptions.
Meetings and Retreats
Our Lexington Bed and Breakfast is fully-equipped corporate boardroom and fabulous banquet facility for 150 participants, Lexington Virginias House Mountain Inn is also the perfect site for your next meeting or special event. Come visit and enjoy amazing vistas and unparalleled comfort.
"Thank you so much for
what ended up being one of the best weekends of my life. Your place is amazing,
and we will be back in the future"..John
House Mountain Inn is a member of the following associations:
Bed & Breakfast Association of Virginia
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