The Lee



12 guests


    6 bedrooms


     6 queen beds


    3 baths



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Robert E. Lee served as president of Washington and Lee University from 1865-1870.  During that time, he provided innovative leadership and started many traditions that survive today.  He added the first journalism and engineering courses and also started the law school.


Robert E. Lee is buried in Lee Chapel and his home is occupied by the President of the University.




"I can't express how happy my guests and I were with the cabin, they were much better than we imagined and we had high expectations coming in. We actually got another cabin across the street as we had such a large group and both awesome! Hadley, the host, was on top of everything and very responsive with all questions and requests. She even gave us her maintenance guy's info which came in handy for the wasp nest we encountered on one of the houses (no fault to them). I would highly suggest staying here with a large group for a wedding. Two thumbs up!!"

— RYAN, Airbnb