The SpaceFeaturing all the peace and quiet of the country, with the convenience of being close to historic sites, attractions, recreational activities, restaurants, galleries and shops, our 1860 Folk Victorian home has been lovingly renovated and offers visitors a charming guest suite with a full bed and an adjoining sitting room, full bath and porch where you can enjoy a Gone with the Wind sunset while watching the horses frolic in the fields. Your home away from home, the O’ Hara Suite can accommodate up to 4 guests with a private entrance, central air and heat, a full/double sized futon, streaming television and wireless internet to keep you connected.
Guests are welcome to stroll the grounds or sit and relax in a hammock or on any of our spacious decks while enjoying the mountain views. Horses are also welcome and will be quite comfortable in their private paddock and run-in with plenty of parking room for your trailer or RV.
The entire house is also available for rent and can accommodate a maximum of 8 persons with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, an updated gourmet kitchen, living room. formal dining room, family room and laundry room.
Whether it be for a special occasion, holiday or a quick getaway, take a step back in time at Sunny Brook Farm and slip away into a world of simple pleasures. We await your visit!
Sunny Brook Farm offers non-smoking accommodations (smokers are welcome to do so outside, but not near the barn).
Check-in from 4 to 7 pm. Check-in after 7 pm gladly accommodated - just let us know ahead of time.
Check-out by 11 am.
Pricing may change due to seasonality. Two night minimum stay on selected weekends. Please inquire about multi-night and mid-week discounts .
We accept cash, personal checks, travelers checks, VISA, and Master Card. Guest AccessPrivate Guest Entrance Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they want.
The NeighborhoodLovely pastoral mountain views in a quiet rural setting. Getting AroundConveniently located 4 miles from downtown Lexington, Washington & Lee University, Virginia Military Institute and the Virginia Horse Center. Other Things to NoteResident dogs, cats and horses on the farm who do not live in the house.