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After a long day of exploration, kick back for some R&R at one of Lynchburg's distinctive accommodations. The Hill City offers hotel chains as well as independently owned inns and bed and breakfasts for you to plan the perfect getaway. Bring the entire family! All accommodations are centrally located for the best access to all that Central Virginia has to offer.

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Acorn Hill Lodge

Acorn Hill Lodge is located in Lynchburg, Virginia, close to the city’s colleges, businesses, hospitals, churches, restaurants, schools and residential areas. The lodge is of classic southern charm, containing one standard lodging room, one corporate apartment, one VIP/Honeymoon suite, and six suites with full kitchens and private baths. Pets are ...

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Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast

Experience the past as if it were yesterday by staying in a meticulously restored 1878 Italianate mansion. Many of the original light fixtures, doors, moldings, fireplaces, mantels, tubs, sinks woodwork and much more remain. High speed internet as well as a business center is available to guests. Relax on the huge ...

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Federal Crest Inn Bed and Breakfast

A warm and elegant 1909 Georgian Revival Inn on historic Federal Hill. Every stay at Federal Crest is special because of the unique artistic décor, fabulous breakfasts, beautiful bedrooms with their private baths and fireplaces, plus the added respite of a quiet and restful location. This B & B is convenient ...

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House of Lydia

This beautiful Victorian, circa 1883, sits on a charming tree-lined, cobblestone street in a neighborhood dotted with grand period homes and churches from a bygone era. Ten foot ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors throughout the house enhance the ambiance of this beautiful turn-of-the century Victorian. The 3 upstairs bed-rooms, each ...

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The Residence Bed and Breakfast

Located on historic Rivermont Avenue, The Residence was built in 1915 as the residence for the president of Randolph-Macon Woman's College, and presidents resided here until 1983. Guest rooms are eclectically furnished with twin/king, or queen-size beds and have private baths. Full-breakfast, High-speed wireless internet, and walk to nearby restaurants ...

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