THE WASHINGTON CABIN
6 queen beds
In 1796, George Washington endowed Washington and Lee University (then known as Liberty Hall Academy) with $20,000 in the form of 100 shares of James River Canal Company stock. That gift helped the school survive and would be worth millions today.
The daughter of George Washington’s adopted son, Mary Ann Randolph Custis, married Robert E. Lee in 1831.
"The cabins at Southland Trace are great for a large family or a group visiting Lexington. The Jackson cabin was perfect for four adult couples attending a class reunion. The common room and kitchen are great for socializing. Bedrooms were roomy and quiet. The location was a very short drive from campus and town and there is plenty of parking right outside the door. Check in and out went smoothly and communication with our host beforehand was great. We would definitely return."
— JESSICA, Airbnb
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