THE JACKSON CABIN
76 - 76
6 queen beds
Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson taught at Virginia Military Institute (VMI) from 1851 until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. He was responsible for the Department of Natural Philosophy (Physics) and he also instructed and drilled the cadets in artillery tactics.
He was killed during the Civil War at the Battle of Chancellorsville and is buried in the Stonewall Jackson Cemetery located on Main Street in downtown Lexington.
"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