Located on historic Rivermont Avenue. It was built in 1915 as the residence for the president of Randolph-Macon Woman's College (now Randolph College), and college presidents resided here until 1983. During those years many well-known writers, artists, statesmen and celebrities were entertained here, including Elizabeth Taylor, President Gerald Ford, Georgia O'Keeffe, Roger Mudd and Pearl S. Buck. We are looking forward to your visit to historic Lynchburg, Virginia!
After nearly nineteen years of operation and accommodating the best guests ever, The Residence will close at the end of 2016.
If you have been our guest in the past, we thank you.
For a future visit please contact any of the following beautiful homes in Lynchburg for your bed and breakfast stay:
Federal Crest Inn: federalcrest.com
The Carriage House Inn: thecarriagehouseinnbandb.com
House of Lydia: houseoflydiabb.com
Winridge Manor: winridgemanor.com