Millboro, Va. (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Fort Lewis Lodge, heralded as the unpretentiously elegant bed, breakfast and dinner in Virginia’s Hot and Warm Springs area, will kick off its 2013 season April 5.
Located near Lexington and Staunton, Fort Lewis Lodge is a 3,200-acre plantation inn that dates back to the 1750s. Its season runs from April to November each year. Reservations for 2013 can be made now.
“Like most country inns and bed, breakfasts and dinners, we trade in a change of pace, romance, and exceptional fare,” said John Cowden, who founded and runs Fort Lewis Lodge with wife, Caryl.
John and Caryl came to the plantation first as farmers, but then transformed the property.
“Over the years we’ve come to understand that Fort Lewis has an asset that few others have – our Shenandoah Valley wilderness, the mountains, forests, fields and streams and all the creatures that call this their home.”
Fort Lewis Lodge features the main lodge, in-the-round silo guest rooms, hand-hewn log cabins with stone fireplaces, and the Riverside House.
Throughout the day, guests explore miles of river trout and bass fishing, nearby classic swimming hole, hiking trails, mountain biking and vistas. Evening activities start with a literal dinner bell ringing and are highlighted by farm fresh American style cuisine dinners served family style in the restored 1850s Lewis Gristmill.
Fort Lewis Lodge was named among the 2013 Top 10 Romantic Inns by American Historic Inns, publisher of Bed & Breakfasts Guide Books and iLoveInns.com.
Fort Lewis Lodge is also a Select Registry Distinguished Inn of North America. Select Registry’s independent inspectors evaluate each of the member properties to ensure “your stay will be in a class all its own.”
Of the more than 20,000 inns in North America, only 330 are members of Select Registry.
Learn more about Fort Lewis Lodge, and make a reservation, through http://www.FortLewisLodge.com.