The Holladay House in Orange, Virginia has witnessed over 175 years of American history and is now a bed and breakfast inn. Built in the Federal architectural style, the Holladay House is located in central Virginia wine country amidst some of our nation's most historic sites.
As part of the Virginia Green Lodging program, The Hollady House in Orange, Va., is dedicated to proactively reducing their carbon footprint. One of the ways they do this during the holidays is "by using Forever Lights, which are made from LED bulbs. They last for thousands of hours longer than traditional lights and use almost 80 percent less electricity." Photo courtesy of The Holladay House