5 on August 11, 2013
My husband and I stayed here on a recent trip to Lexington. We were so pleased with this Inn. Our hosts were very accommodating and knowledgeable. We chose the "Garden Rom". It was very romantic and beautifully decorated as well as the rest of the home and grounds. We stayed 2 nights and both mornings breakfasts were anything but ordinary!! What a gourmet treat !! I would definatly recommend this Inn to anyone visiting the area. It sure beats an impersonal hotel !! C. Wells Chesapeake City, Maryland
5 on June 30, 2012
We decided to spend a week in lovely Lexington for our honeymoon. Dave and John at Frog Hollow were phenomenal. We were greeted with not only gracious friendliness by the staff but they had gone so far to leave champagne and chocolates for us. Each room was exquisitely decorated and the complimentary breakfasts were sublime. If you are looking for a peaceful, elegant place to stay, Frog Hollow is the ideal setting.
5 on January 14, 2012
My husband and I were going to be in Roanoke with family for Christmas and were looking for a comfortable place to spend our anniversary a couple days later. We read reviews on other sites and it seemed like Frog Hollow might be good choice. It more than exceeded our expectations. The hosts were wonderful: friendly, engaging, helpful but also careful to let us have our space to enjoy our visit. The food was amazing. We have stayed at a number of B&B's and this was probably the best breakfast we've had. They picked our restaurants for our dinners; both choices were amazing. I would stay here again and again. If you are looking for a romantic room, defunitely check out the Tolley Suite. The pictures do not nearly capture its elegance and SOuthern charm. Overall this is just an outstanding B&B.
5 on December 19, 2011
My girl and I have stayed twice at Frog Hollow this year, the first in September when we went to celebrate her birthday and to visit her son who's a RAT at VMI. During that first visit, we became instant friends with the proprietors, John and David. They made us feel welcome and at ease from the moment we walked through the front door! No matter the setting, no matter the comfort, no matter the food, a stay at a bed and breakfast is just a couple days in a room if you don't have wonderful hosts who really care about their guests. John and David are both very cheerful, witty, and outgoing guys that make sure every need...whether a reservation in town for dinner or finding you a room when their place is booked...is fully taken care of. As for Frog Hollow, the house is practical, beautiful and romantic. The rooms are comfortable and roomy, but particularly the Tolley Suite (named after the original owners of the home) which is two rooms and a private bath. You will not leave this bed and breakfast hungry, of that I can assure! John and David take turns making breakfast and they're constantly outdoing one another! The portions are huge with clever takes on stuffed french toast and other classic breakfast cuisine. As for value, I cannot express the level of friendship, commitment to guests, quality of rest and relaxation, and the exquisite dining experience you will have at Frog Hollow....now get this....at prices more attractive than at any of the local chain hotels/motels. I honestly could not recommend a stay at Frog Hollow any more highly!
5 on November 24, 2011
This was our first time staying at Frog Hollow and the best way to describe it is "WoW". From the moment we entered this beautiful home we felt so welcomed and the breakfast were out of this world. We can go on and on about this place but you just need to experience it for yourselves. Thank you so much John and David. We will be back!