The Indigo House is a fun and fresh take on the traditional B&B experience with interiors inspired by the great outdoors, relaxing hang-out spaces, and convenient access to Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, and the area’s best vineyards and breweries.
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Lynchburg’s premier lifestyle and entertainment magazine toured the Indigo House and included a lovely write up in their September/October 2023 issue.
Garden & Gun
Southern Getaways for You and Your Pup June 2023
Editor, Mindy Kinsey enjoyed a Dogs Day Out. She shared a little about her stay with Bonny, the pup, in May 2023.
Featured for families with pets, the Indigo ranks as a top place to stay when exploring Albemarle and Nelson Counties.
Risk-taking is a huge part of most people’s story but too often society overlooks those risks and only focuses on where you are today. Can you talk to us about a risk you’ve taken – it could be a big risk or a small one – but walk us through the backstory.
When editor Annie learned about the Indigo House, she leapt at the chance to visit. The home’s generous gathering places, indoor and out, the wine, beer, and cider available for post-hike refreshment, and other like-minded guests make the Indigo House a fun place to just chill.
Easy Summer Adventures May 2023
Just after moving in, the local paper toured the property to capture the transition of the Indigo from construction site to home.
The Girlfriend from AARP
Featured in “5 Adults-Only Boutique Hotels You And Your Partner May Love”, step back and reset at these hidden-gem cozy getaways, including the Indigo House.
Lynchburg News & Advance
Stephanie and Kyle Thomas arrived at the idea for their new Afton bed-and-breakfast after noticing a vacancy during their own travels…