AAA Inspector Notes
This Greek Revival home built in 1801 is a historian's dream. The large guest rooms are decorated with original antiques that have been in the home and with the family for more than two centuries, including General Sheridan's desk and several impressive four-poster beds. Civil war trenches can also be seen on the sprawling grounds of this B&B . The bathrooms are snug, as they have been fit into former closets but, with the showers separated from the sink, they are very convenient. Ridgely is a warm Southern host and a descendant of the Copeland, Ruffin and Harrison families that shaped the history of the area.
Smoke free premises. 4 units, some two bedrooms. 2 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
Amenities & Services
Historic Bed & Breakfast
Jct SR 5 and 619, 1 mi s on SR 619. Located 1 mile from the Cap2Cap bike trail. 12200 Weyanoke Rd 23030.
Available on premises
no phones, refrigerators, wireless Internet.
14 day cancellation notice.