Maple Hall

Maple Hall

Maple Hall was originally built by John B. Gibson in 1850 for his growing family. It became known as Maple Hall at the Maple Hill Plantation. In the summer of 1984 the Peter Meredith Family bought the home from Mr. Gibson’s descendants. The Meredith’s fully restored this grand old mansion and in 1985 Maple Hall joined the Historic Country Inns of Lexington as the third Inn. More about the area. At Maple Hall, lovely gardens, verandas, spring wildflowers, fall leaves, and fireplaces in rooms make each visit special. Small business conferences find our location convenient and our service attentive.

Each of its individually decorated rooms has many antiques, private bath, temperature controls and 10 rooms have working fireplaces. Old boxwoods surround the Inn and the shaded patio and porches with rocking chairs welcome guests. A fishing pond and a variety of easy walking trails on 56 rolling acres invite nature lovers to explore, discover wild life, flowers, and fish. A tennis court and swimming pool add to the variety of outdoor activities.

Across the patio from Maple Hall is the restored Guest House with a cozy living room, kitchen, and 3 bedrooms with baths. Older than Maple Hall, this little jewel is decorated with the same loving care as each of the 3 Inns. The newest addition in 1990 brought the elegant Pond House to Maple Hall. The Pond House offers 4 suites, 2 mini-suites and a gathering room. These two lovely houses may be enjoyed singly, for a family reunion, or a mini-conference.

The intimate dining room and an enclosed Garden Room provide gracious dining for Inn guests and visitors. Their chef offers a tempting a la carte menu. Small business seminars and luncheons to gala wedding receptions on the lawn are available for reservation.