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Frog Hollow is a beautiful 19th century home converted into a B&B. The rooms are very comfortable and beautifully decorated. The hosts are very kind and excitedly greet you at the door to give you the tour. They make you feel at home. The breakfast...More
We LOVED our stay at Frog Hollow!! We were in the lovely yellow cottage and had a wonderful experience! It was peaceful, quiet and the cottage is absolutely adorable!! We loved staying here and can't wait for our next trip to Lexington!
Up a country mile from the Maury River and a short five minutes from downtown Lexington and its colleges, shops and eateries, John and David's totally charming b&b has been our go-to for several years. And the country breakfasts are super.
Response from innkeeper492, Owner at Frog Hollow Bed and BreakfastResponded 9 November 2017
Thank you so much for staying with us again. It's always a pleasure to see you and to catch up. I also want to say Thank you for stopping into my store. I hope the metal sculptures look great in your yard.
First-time visit of three days went very well. Stayed in the Garden Room and slept soundly. We were visiting a friend locally and used a parlor for our visit. Hosts very welcoming and cooperative.
Setting is rural but close to both downtown Lexington and the...More
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Response from innkeeper492, Owner at Frog Hollow Bed and BreakfastResponded 12 October 2017
Thank you so much for staying with us. We really enjoyed having you both and it was really nice meeting your friend. We look forward to going through the book that you gave us and we will add it to our coffee table books for...More
My husband and I stayed at Frog Hollow sort of by accident, but what a lucky accident! We were returning from a funeral of a family member and wanted a respite, a quiet place to break up the 12-hour trip. Frog Hollow was wonderful--John and...More