The Greek Revival mansion was built in 1850 by John B. Gibson and named Maple Hill Plantation. The VMI Corps of Cadets marched through the plantation en route to the epic Civil War Battle of New Market in May 1864.
The mansion has a total of thirteen guest rooms, each with a private bath and eleven rooms with gas fireplaces.
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The Guest House
The Guest House, built in 1824, is the oldest residence on the property. Treat your special someone to an extended stay on the ground level of the Guest House, complete with amenities such as a king size bedroom, full bath, kitchen, and living room. Involve friends or family in a once-in-a-lifetime outing by taking advantage of the two extra guest rooms located on the second floor.
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The Pond House
Our 1990 Pond House is a period recreation which complements the brick and detail of the 1824 Guest House. Take in the stunning view of the pond and surrounding countryside from any of the balconies, as one is located on each level of the Pond House.
The Pond House has two king guest rooms, four guest suites that include a separate living room, and a common area that includes a mini fridge, microwave, and sofa which is located on the second floor.
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