Buffalo Creek at Lexington is an easy and scenic 15 minute drive from downtown Lexington in the Shenandoah Valley. It is 1 hour from Charlottsville, 2 hours from Richmond, 3 hours from Washington, DC and a mere 20 miles from Stauton, VA, home of the Blackfriars Playhouse. Lexington is also home to the Virginia Horse Center, Washington & Lee University, Virginia Military Institute, museums, entertainment, wineries, historic properties and shops.
If you fly fish, are a history buff, an outdoor enthusiast, enjoy a family get together, like to get away with some great friends or like to sip wine, Buffalo Creek at Lexington is for you. It is a classic Shenandoah Valley farmhouse built in the early 1900's surrounded by almost 4 acres of woods. You can sit on the front porch and listen to the sounds of North Buffalo Creek. The house is a short distance from the Trophy Trout Special Regulation section of N. Buffalo Creek.
Some of the amenities include central heat, ceiling fans, fully equipped kitchen, Direct TV, WiFi, CD stereo, fresh linens, washer/dryer, ironing board and iron, fishing rods, gas grill and fenced yard. Children and pets are welcomed.
It feels like home at Buffalo Creek. You can listen to the quiet or make your own music in this country setting that will leave you refreshed, renewed and rejuvenated.
Keywords: Scenic drive from Lexington, quiet, rippling North Buffalo Creek, Close to Washington & Lee University and Virginia Military Institute, Museums, Wineries, Kayaking, Skiing, Virginia Horse Center.
There will be a determined additional fee for more than 4 adult guests or a cleaning fee for additional guest of more than 4 adults. To be determined at the time of booking. $260 per night for 2 nights, $210 for each additional nights up to a week. Adjusted rates may apply. Will be determined at the time of inquiry.
The property is located approximately 11 miles outside of the center of Lexington. It is a beautiful country drive along Buffalo Creek. A picnic table sits down by the creek for lunch or dinner. Rocking chairs are on the front porch to listen to the rambling creek while drinking your morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening.