A unique Tudor Revival style 1903 home in the Historic "Silk Stocking" district of old Alexandria. On the National Register of Historic Places. Very comfortable rooms and many amenities. Beautiful gardens surround the home. Walking distance to downtown with it's great restaurants plus many antique and specialty shops. The inn is offering several special packages including a Wine-Lovers Weekend, Bike Trail and Bird-watching. Guests can tour Cedar Rose Wild Vineyards, Nature Trails and local winery This B&B has built a reputation for relaxation and stress relief for guests over the last 12 years of operation through the excellent hosting and cooking ability of Innkeepers-Aggie and Florian Ledermann. Not only is the home beautifully decorated but retains nearly all of the original woodwork, stained glass windows and sculptured plaster walls. The inviting circle drive, lined with tea roses, welcomes guests to the wrap-around porch and unique front door. From the romantic bench porch swing, guests can view the many gardens and front yard pond with birds nearly always present.
Other features include: *Easy walk to downtown shoppes *Infra-red Sauna *Birding packages *National Register of Historic Places *Wi-Fi for business travelers *Bridal Suite for Honeymooners
The Inn is close to the new Central Lakes Trail, Carlos Creek Winery, Runestone Museum, and hundreds of clear lakes. Several Birding and Hiking Packages offered for nearby Cedar Rose Wild.
Take I94 northwest to Alex exit. Go north on Hwy. 29 (Broadway) at top of exit ramp. Go two miles into downtown. Take a left on 7th Avenue. Go four blocks to corner of Cedar and 7th. Big sign in yard...you can't miss it.