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We went to the Applewood Inn specifically for the llama trekking. It was, for me, a quirky thing to do. Linda and Chris are personable, friendly inn keepers. They made our stay comfortable, delicious and informative. Trekking with the llamas was a delightful experience. Stryker...More
We went there for the Llama trekking and really hit it lucky with the weather with rain on either side of the dates for our stay. The morning of the trek it was sunny and cool. We had a great time on the trek with...More
Response from applellama, Owner at Applewood Inn, Llama Trekking & CottageResponded 7 May 2017
Thank you for your kind words. We enjoyed having you.
This is a lovely place and we regretted having only one night there. The inn is a little way from the main road, but we loved the quiet peaceful setting. The quilt room was on the first floor. There is plenty of space and the...More
We loved the llamas but couldn't get over the feeling it was overpriced, especially in comparison to other B&Bs we've stayed that are newer, had more amenities, and gourmand. The breakfast is very basic. The rooms were simple but I was pleased with the updated...More
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Response from applellama, Owner at Applewood Inn, Llama Trekking & CottageResponded 5 November 2016
We do not advertise that our breakfasts are gourmet. Instead we call them hearty, whole grain and healthy. It is also clear on our website that the treks are an extra fee. A whole page is devoted to it, so it is hardly fine print....More
What first got my attention when I was booking a place, naturally, were the llamas. The drive from Lexington to the inn was short but beautiful, particularly when you turn off route 11 and onto the gravel road to the inn. There is a lovely...More