Experience genuine southern hospitality when you stay in a Kentucky bed and breakfast. The intimate settings and professional innkeepers make every stay warm and welcoming. You’ll have everything you need for a cozy stay and experience the best of Kentucky.
Experience true southern hospitality and casual, yet elegant accommodations at this inviting upscale bed and breakfast, located on the bourbon trail in the heart of horse country just outside Lexington, Kentucky. Think five-star service, four-poster beds, very spacious rooms, private en suite bathrooms, award-winning breakfasts served in the Dining Room or in bed, gracious hosts, customized concierge assistance and a long list of 21st century amenities including Smart TVs, high-speed internet, keyless locks, luxury linens, eco-friendly cleaning processes and flexible check-in. Charred Oaks Inn is a short driving distance from some of the most recognizable names in the bourbon industry and several of the world's finest equine athletes like American Pharoah. Other experiences close by: Keeneland Racecourse, the Kentucky Horse Park and Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape to the Bluegrass Region in Central Kentucky.
Originally built in the late 1830s, but magnificently restored. Opening in 2005, In three short years, we were chosen in the Top Ten Best Overall in the US by Bed and Breakfast.com. Chosen by San Francisco Magazine as the “Place to stay on the Bourbon Trail.” And by Knoxville Magazine as the “destination of choice for the Kentucky Derby.” Our private suites are some of the finest in the world. Each suite tells its own story with the tastefully appointed themed classic movie themes, restored hardwood floors, original oil painting, excellent bedding, etc. And our beautiful Huntsman Chase Guesthouse, built in 2010 is an equine themed 3.5 BR, 3.5BA 2,000+ sq. ft. Southern Living plan that is rented as one unit. (In other words, if you just book the downstairs, no one else can book the upstairs. If you just need 2 bedrooms in the guesthouse, you only pay for 2). In the hustle and bustle of our modern world, we all long for a special place where we can just be, where we feel welcomed and pampered in an unobtrusive way; where beauty and a peaceful atmosphere are synergistically joined. Your search is over for an incredible destination that skillfully combines elegant design, impeccable cleanliness and a gracious tangible sense of calm and welcome. Ground zero for exploring world-class horse farms. (2 Triple Crown winners 5 minutes away!) We are also a home base for exploring the very popular Bourbon Trail. Our guests tell us that they feel they have escaped the world behind the old brick wall of the English courtyard. Our full hot gourmet breakfasts are served fresh from our state-of-the-art kitchen every morning to you, our cherished guests. Whether you want to escape or to explore, we excel in exceeding expectations at A Storybook Inn. “Close to Everything, Worlds apart!”
Bourbon Manor is conveniently located near the many Bardstown attractions and offers several VIP Bourbon Tour & Tasting Excursion Packages that can be added to an overnight stay. Let us help customize a memorable, stress-free Bourbon Trail Experience of a lifetime. Plan your visit to a place where Bourbon is celebrated year-round - where we sip our Bourbon in grand Southern style. There is something for everyone here, every day of the year: My Old Kentucky Home State Park, My Old Kentucky Dinner Train, Stephen Foster Musical, Historic Trains and Museums, Civil War historical sites such as Abraham Lincoln's birthplace and boyhood home, Abbey of Gethsemani - home to the first Trappist Monks Settlement in the U.S., Kentucky's Wine Trail, and of course, the 12 world-famous Bourbon Distilleries. Bourbon Manor is a Bourbon Lover's Paradise. Enjoy our Bourbon Heritage involving the Brown Family and 2 stately Pre-Civil War Plantation Mansions (Circa 1810 and 1825). The Brown Family started the first commercial bottled Bourbon known as Old Forester, which is now designated the official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby. Today, the property is an award-winning B&B and the first Bourbon-themed B&B in the World! Enjoy our spacious antique-appointed guest rooms, complete with modern amenities, fine art work, blissful bedding, and beautiful park-like setting. Our onsite Bourbon Bar & Lounge, The Bunghole Bourbon Bar, a 3-level historic tobacco barn, features the best selection of Bourbons in Bardstown - with over 150 Bourbons, Wines, and Crafted Beer. Our Full Country Gourmet Breakfast always includes dessert infused with Bourbon, of course. We also have an onsite Spa for some pampering after a long-day of tours - Couple's Massage is the most frequently requested treatment. We invite you to be our guests! We look forward to seeing you soon! Until then, CHEERS! Todd & Tyler, Owners/Innkeepers
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Welcome to Chateau Bourbon, Kentucky's #1 B&B on TripAdvisor! As seen in "Lonely Planet", "Forbes", "Afar Magazine", & "USA Today". At our award-winning inn, you can expect genuine hospitality, impeccable attention to detail and down-home southern charm. Taking standards from traditional 5-star hotels and adding our personal touches, Chateau Bourbon delivers an unforgettable guest experience. Owner/innkeepers Missy & John Hillock take great pride in their property, which they personally designed and constructed in 2015. With every comfort and convenience in mind, they’ve created a space that many guests warmly refer to as “a Pinterest house come to life”. They’ve married the look and feel of a traditional Kentucky estate home with European influences of the French and English cottages they’ve traveled to over the years. And with all the creative bourbon touches, there’s no denying you’re in the bluegrass state. Whether you’re stamping your Kentucky Bourbon Trail passport at area bourbon distilleries, placing a winning wager at historic Churchill Downs, dining at our nationally-recognized restaurants, or exploring the majesty of thoroughbred horse country, Chateau Bourbon is the perfect home-base for your Kentucky adventure. GUESTS RAVE ABOUT OUR...3-course, bourbon-infused breakfasts - Nightly "Sips & Sweets" happy hour - Luxurious beds/bedding - Porch swings, fire pit, and cozy spaces - Impeccable cleanliness - Guest pantry stocked full of drinks/snacks/necessities - Picturesque, walkable neighborhood setting - Discount card for neighborhood restaurants/shops/services - Partnership with the Kentucky Bourbon Trail - Multiple ways to enhance your stay, including private bourbon tastings - Furry, 4-legged innkeepers, Reese & Honey - Warmth & hospitality :) Chateau Bourbon provides an elegant setting for its fun, welcoming atmosphere. With a cocktail in hand, come sit on our porch and let your worries fall by the wayside. Located within the award-winning ‘new urbanist’ community of Norton Commons, you can ‘park & walk’ during your stay with everything you need just beyond our doorstep. You’ll enjoy the locally-owned restaurants & boutiques set amidst the beautiful homes and park-like green spaces. Our east end Louisville location is just 12 miles from downtown, so you’re only minutes from everything the big city has to offer. Whether you’re a bourbon newbie or a self-proclaimed bourbon nerd, we’ve got the experience you’re looking for. Whether it’s discussing the distilling process, sharing a cocktail recipe, or recommending a hard-to find bourbon, you’ll enrich your knowledge by experiencing the tradition of Kentucky bourbon like a local. All 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor, Yelp, & Facebook! Come see what all the fuss is about - We look forward to hosting you!
Snug Hollow Farm Bed and Breakfast is a secluded 300-acre farm nestled in central KY. Our accommodations consist of spacious farmhouse rooms, cabins and a cottage with private baths air conditioning, gas fireplaces and grand views. The sitting room invites guests to read a book by the fireplace, enjoy our panoramic views, or walk our many trails. A guest favorite is the porch where you can catch a cool breeze and watch the wildlife. We were recently voted “1 of the 5 Most Romantic Getaways” of the South by Southern Living Magazine, and among the “50 Best Girlfriend Getaways” by National Geographic. The inn offers workshops, retreats and artist sanctuaries for those looking to rejuvenate their skills and senses. Dining at Snug Hollow Bed and Breakfast includes oatmeal pancakes with gingered bananas, cornmeal waffles and gourmet vegetarian dinners/lunches. If you like to explore, visit Berea, our local arts & crafts center, caves, the Kentucky Bourbon trail, Red River Gorge/Natural Bridge State Park or pottery shops.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a county Landmark, the Inn at Woodhaven is one of Kentucky's premier inns. The Main House and Carriage House, both built in 1853 by prominent Kentucky farmer Theodore Brown, are spectacular examples of American Gothic Revival architecture. The houses feature 14-foot-tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling diamond-paned windows, huge arched doors and original ceiling plaster work and shutters. The third building, Rose Cottage, was built in 1998 using architectural details from the original buildings. Each of the eight spacious guest rooms at our Louisville bed and breakfast are furnished with elegant and comfortable antiques and reproductions and offer deluxe amenities for our guests' comfort. Complimentary coffee, tea, after-dinner liqueurs, desserts and beverages are available for guests to enjoy in our parlor or on the porches.
1851 Historic Maple Hill Manor Bed & Breakfast, Alpaca & Llama Farm, and Manor Cottage Gift, located only minutes from Bardstown - Bourbon Capital of the World and voted America's Most Beautiful Small Town, is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and has been designated a Kentucky Landmark Home due to its historic preservation of Pre-Civil War Mansions. Rediscover historical elegance from an era of refined romance and southern charm with spacious, antique-appointed guest rooms with today's modern amenities, offering large extra padded beds, luxurious linens, flat-screen TVs with Satellite Service, and each with a private bath and custom Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. Our premium rooms include a double Jacuzzi and/or fireplace. Due to the historic nature of the home and the comfort of all guests, smoking is only permitted outside the home. Relax at our peaceful, park-like setting. You will find benches on the front porch, garden chairs, a tree swing for two, and a large patio area with tables, comfortable seating, and chiminea set among ancient maple trees. Stroll our flower gardens with Gazebo, nature reserve, and walking paths. Enjoy interacting and learning about our Alpacas & Llamas. Centrally located on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Voted #1 in the U.S. as the B&B with the “Most Historical Charm” as well as “Best Breakfast in the Southeast” – by Arrington’s B&B Journal AND voted “Kentucky’s Best B&B” by readers of Kentucky Monthly Magazine. We look forward to your visit!
Here at Wildflower Ranch Inn, we take your comfort and safety seriously. Our spacious environment is surrounded by 360-degree views of nature, the perfect introduction to your special get-a-way. Beginning with historic grandeur—at the mid-point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail—our 1871 manor house welcomes you with modern luxury. The eclectic environment stimulates the mind and relaxes the soul. Our organic cotton bedding and towels envelop you with comfort for the best night's sleep that our guests say they've had in years. When you decide it's time for breakfast— we will provide you with healthy, fresh gourmet selections made right here in our kitchen just for you. Please join us for your exquisite stay at our intimate four-room boutique Bed and Breakfast on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
This Richmond, KY bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Kentucky. Enjoy a Full Country Gourmet breakfast, and Private Deck, and Private Bathrooms. Our bnb in Richmond provides Air-Conditioning and the Handicapped Accessible Rooms and Bathroom without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next countryside escape in Richmond, Kentucky.
This Lexington, KY bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Kentucky. Enjoy a full breakfast, and the culinary/epicurean experience The Georgian inspired estate is a working sustainable farm with formal gardens in the heart of the Bluegrass Bourbon Trail and Thoroughbred Horse Country; within the city limits of Lexington on one of Kentucky's most spectacular designated "Scenic Byways." Click our link above to Book Direct for your next sweet escape in Lexington, Kentucky.
This Paint Lick, KY bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Kentucky. Enjoy a homemade breakfast, and free wifi, and fire pit. Our bnb in Paint Lick provides two cruiser bicycles and free parking without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next historic escape in Paint Lick, Kentucky.
Located in one of the oldest homes in Wilmore, Kentucky, 12 miles south of Lexington, KY, The Potter's Inn Bed and Breakfast is a seventeen room home away from home. This extravagantly appointed, luxurious inn is lovingly prepared as a ministry to its guests. “Arise and go down to the potter’s house, and there I will cause you to hear My words.” – Jeremiah 18:2
This Paris, KY bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Kentucky. You can explore the farm, make friends with the horses and barn cats, or simply sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. We offer unmatched sunrise views from the front porch or you can watch the horses framed by the evening sunset from the back porch, with fireflies provided at no extra charge in June and July. The icing on the cake, naturally, is sipping a bit of our native product (or wine) while enjoying the ambience as the farm goes to sleep without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing escape in Paris, Kentucky.
This Danville, KY bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Kentucky. Our bnb in Danville features 7 large bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, as well as our private cottage with full kitchenette and bath, spacious formal and informal dining areas, multiple fully equipped kitchens, formal and informal entertainment areas, abundant farmland and countryside vistas for walking and relaxing. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next adventurous escape in Danville, Kentucky.
A Classical Revival manor home built in 1900 by Cincinnati financier Henry Morgenthaler in the unique neighborhood of Gaslight Clifton. The large formal entry hall with sweeping staircase invites you to step back in time. The large dining room, parlor and library, decorated with antique furnishings, are comfortable and inviting for both travelers and business guests. Relax with afternoon tea or wine on our 50-foot wrap-around porch. Wake up to the enticing aroma of a full breakfast served each morning. Baked treats are always available in the charming butler's pantry. Walk to fine restaurants, eclectic boutiques and Cincinnati's oldest movie theater. We are minutes from the University of Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College, The Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, major area hospitals, and Historic Over-the-Rhine.
Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed & Breakfast Cabins located just 10 minutes from downtown Greeneville, Tennessee is a wooded 20 acre protected getaway. Each free-standing spacious cabin has front door parking, a private entrance, fully furnished kitchen, bedrooms, and living space, WIFI and cable TV. The sheltered cabins provide seclusion, mountain and river vistas, and a delicious breakfast at Gramma's Cupboard if you chose. Self check in and check out available. An ideal place to shelter securely in nature with all the comforts of home.
The Blue Mountain Mist Country Inn and Spa is located in Sevierville, Tennessee, just minutes from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wake in the morning to gaze at the colorful sunrise over the mist-covered mountains. Take a nap in a shady hammock without a care in the world. Take a hike along our trail and soak up all the smells and songs of the mountains. Or discover one of our many “hiding” places to unwind with your loved one. Treat yourself or your significant other to a relaxing massage onsite or indulge in one of our mud wraps to revitalize and nourish your skin. We offer beautiful views, romantic rooms, suites and cabins, homemade Southern breakfast, relaxation, and the ultimate in mountain hospitality. Our twelve guest rooms and five cottages include amenities such as two-person Jacuzzis, sitting areas, fireplaces, handmade heirloom quilts, antique furniture, historic photos, and original artwork.
Butterfly Hollow Bed and Breakfast begins at the end of a private road in a beautiful setting, on 82 secluded acres, just a short 45 minute drive east of Nashville. Middle Tennessee and the Cumberland Plateau foothills are where those from Nashville and other nearby cities come to escape the real world. Our close proximity to mountain streams filled with rainbow trout, hiking trails and two beautiful, scenic lakes, less than ten minutes away, make Butterfly Hollow a perfect getaway for individuals, couples, friend/family gatherings, and the discerning traveler looking for a little peace and solitude during their visit to Tennessee. Butterfly Hollow is a 3 bedroom Bed & Breakfast retreat, has a separate cabin serving as a Vacation Home Rental, and used for Intimate Weddings and Elopements throughout the year.
Creekwalk Inn at Whisperwood Farm brings you back to nature in a rustic national park themed atmosphere. Each morning there is a breakfast celebration with farm-to-table and locally grown ingredients served outside by the creek (weather permitting) or our inside dining room. The log home has beautiful cathedral ceilings throughout, and the rooms each have a private bath, paddle fans, and cozy quilt topped bed. Guests can enjoy the 50 acre grounds and each receive a hiking map to explore the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains hiking trails. Adirondack chairs scattered about the farm are welcome resting places for your adventures into the close-by nature. Our bed and breakfast is situated just 19 miles from Gatlinburg, Tennessee and 63 miles from the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.
Bald Mountain House, the highest elevation B&B in NC, is located inside the Wolf Laurel Resort with private access to the Appalachian Trail at Big Bald Mountain. We offer 3-room suites, over 100' of covered verandas with long mountain views including Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak in the Appalachian Mountains. At an elevation of 4500' we enjoy cool air in the summer and beautiful leaf scenery in autumn.
The newly renovated Marshall House Inn is a bed and breakfast Inn providing 4 contemporary styled rooms in a beautiful historic home located in the charming small mountain town of Marshall, NC with easy access to the best that western North Carolina has to offer. Perched on a hill, the Inn offers stunning views of the French Broad River as it flows through picturesque downtown Marshall. Just steps away you’ll discover live music, libations, art, shops, coffee, casual & fine dining. Within a half hour drive you can explore the urban excitement of Asheville with its buzzing art scene featuring hundreds of fine artists, performing arts venues, crafters, folk artists and numerous galleries. Asheville’s vibrant food scene is diverse and runs the gamut from four-star cuisine to unique food trucks and the beer scene boasts the most breweries per capita of any U.S. city. In the immediate area you can experience the adventure of the blue ridge mountains and French Broad river including the Appalachian trail, hiking, hot springs, whitewater rafting, kayaking, tubing, fishing, mountain biking, cycling, zip lining, horseback riding and more. Renovated in 2016, the Marshall House Inn is a unique mansion built as a private residence in 1903 and listed on the national register of historic places. Designed by the supervising architect of the Biltmore Estate, Richard Sharp Smith, the house is built in the English vernacular style. The house was converted into a ‘Tourist Home’ in the 1920s and has been welcoming guests to Marshall ever since.
Located in the heart of Indianapolis, in the Mass Ave cultural district, Nestle Inn is a modern B&B. No contact self check in and out means you arrive on your own time schedule. Private bath in every room. Breakfast voucher you can use for your own breakfast experience at one of two breakfast partners on Mass Ave and right next door to us. We're not your grandma's B&B but even she would be happy at Nestle Inn. Click our link above to Book Direct for your next stay in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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There are bed and breakfast Kentucky accommodations across the entire state. Stay in Charred Oaks to explore Versailles and the Bluegrass Region. Or the Inn at Woodhaven, one of the best Louisville bed and breakfast. Or Bourbon Manor bed and breakfast inn to be in the heart of the bourbon trail in Bardstown.
All guest rooms feature upgraded amenities for a modern stay. And every morning you’ll have a full breakfast. You’ll feel at home.
Kentucky bed and breakfast accommodations provide easy access to enjoying the local attractions. Stay in a Louisville bed and breakfast to attend the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. Also, take a tour of the famous distilleries that make up the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
There are lots of historical sites to visit in Kentucky. There and bed and breakfast places near historic homes, or stay on a preserved plantation. You’ll always have a unique experience when staying in a Kentucky bed and breakfast.
Much of Kentucky’s early history exists because of its location on the north and south border of the United States. It’s always been a split state with conflicts coming from both sides.
Native Americans thrived near the region’s rivers and waterways. Artifacts were found during excavations. The locals had conflicts with the early European settlers, which led to local wars.
European settlers established plantations where they produced crops and kept slaves. Many slaves looked towards crossing the Ohio River to freedom during the civil war era. There are several preserved plantations to learn their histories.
Tour the historic homes of notable Kentucky figures like Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Edison, and Muhammad Ali.
Kentucky is famous for many things, including horse racing and bourbon. Both offer exciting activities to find in Kentucky. Explore some of the local tours to immerse yourself in the Kentucky heritage.
Discover the wonders of horse racing, one of the top pastimes for locals. Like the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, horse farms in the Bluegrass region offer tours to get an inside look at the horse training facilities. The tours also have guided horseback riding for visitors. If you get a chance, check out the Kentucky Derby, the largest horse event happening at Churchill Downs in Louisville every spring.
Kentucky is the bourbon capital of the world. Bourbon is produced locally, creating some of the most recognized brands in spirits. Take a tour on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail to walk through local distilleries and enjoy bourbon tasting at the end. The main bourbon trail is located in Louisville, but don’t skip out on distillery tours in Bardstown.
Explore Kentucky’s historical heritage. Many towns showcase preserved architecture. Take a tour of historic homes from Abraham Lincoln and others. Tour inside some of the Victorian mansions.
Learn about the dark past of the plantation homes and stops along the Underground Railroad leading across the Ohio River to freedom.
Kentucky’s landscape is very diverse. The unique position gives it several natural features like flatlands, mountains, forests, and water systems.
River form most of Kentucky’s borders. The entire north border is made from the Ohio River. It’s one of the major waterways where you’ll find major cities like Louisville. You can find local river cruises for sightseeing.
Kentucky’s famous Bluegrass region is a must-see. The rolling hills and flat grasslands are perfect for breeding horses and producing bourbon. It’s one of the most popular areas that has several farms available for tours.
You can experience outdoor recreational activities at the Red River Gorge. It’s a destination for hiking, climbing, and camping.
Plan out an incredible stay in Kentucky with exciting things to do. Whether staying in one of the major cities or small towns in Kentucky, there are always things to see, do, and explore. You’ll be amazed at the things you’ll discover in Kentucky.
Kentucky is known for horses. From racetracks to the history of thoroughbreds, there are tons of places to visit to learn more about the local horse culture. Louisville is home to the Churchill Downs track famed for hosting the Kentucky Derby. The Kentucky Derby Museum is also located in Louisville.
Get up close to the horses when you visit the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. It’s home to over 100 horses for training and horseback riding. Take a tour of the facilities that produce award-winning horses.
Kentucky produces 95% of the world’s bourbon supply. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is located in Louisville, where you’ll take a tour of major local distilleries. Take a tour of Jim Bean, Wild Turkey Distillery, and Evan Williams. And the best part is the bourbon tasting. Bardstown also has lots of local distillery tours, including to the Bardstown Bourbon Company. You can always find a bourbon bar to order a flight with multiple local breweries.
You’ll come across lots of preserved sites from plantation homes to Victorian mansions. Visit the historic homes of notable people like Abraham Lincoln and other public figures. Landmarks like the Ohio River helped to cross from slave states to free states. It runs along the state’s border, passing through Louisville and Cincinnati in Ohio.
There are lots of small towns in Kentucky with lots of historical significance. Towns like Harrodsburg, the oldest city, and Springfield are great places to stay to enjoy local sights.
Kentucky has an overall mild climate. You’ll experience each of the four seasons, but rarely any extreme weather. The best time to visit Kentucky is during the spring when the weather is nicest and lots of seasonal activities.
Spring has a wide weather range as it transitions from the chilly winters to the hot summer. You can expect anything from the 50s to the 70s. You’ll have sunny days too. It’s one of the best times to visit the distilleries and also when the Kentucky Derby starts.
Summer is the busiest travel time. It has hot weather with an average temperature in the mid-80s. The winter has an average temperature in the mid-40s. It does snow in Kentucky, but it doesn’t get too many inches of snow on average per year.
Kentucky knows how to eat and eat well. There are many famous foods and drinks from Kentucky. Many of them represent the local heritage, so it’s worth it to try out a few of the favorites:
The Kentucky Derby Pie and Mint Julep Cocktail are both inspired by the Kentucky Derby races. The treats have origins in being consumed during the races and now remain a staple in the local cuisine.
Kentucky’s bourbon has made its way to food. Try one of the famous bourbon balls for a delicious candy with whiskey flavor.
Dip your pretzels or crackers in a tasty Benedictine spread. The spread is made from cream cheese, fruit juices, seasonings, and more. It’s a popular side dip but also used for sandwich dressing.
You’re likely to see burgoo at a cookout or a potluck. It’s a local stew made with meat, vegetables, beans, and more. You’ll see it on menus across the state, and it’s worth a taste.
Kentucky has many options for accommodations, but you’ll be glad you chose a bed and breakfast. Kentucky bed and breakfast accommodations are cozy for relaxing or exploring the nearby attractions.
Check-in to your weekend getaway to enjoy a relaxing stay. You can find vacation rentals in cities including Lexington, Bardstown. Stay in neighborhoods filled with historic homes and Victorian mansions in Harrodsburg. Or visit Louisville for the bustling city.
Kentucky is known for its southern hospitality. Visit for a romantic getaway and spend time enjoying local things to do.
The Kentucky bourbon trail takes you to the best distilleries in Kentucky. Bourbon tasting is always available at the bourbon bar.
Attend the Kentucky Derby to embrace a legendary part of the Kentucky heritage. And visit one of the horse farms in the Bluegrass region to see horse training.
You can find bed and breakfast in Kentucky established in various properties. Stay in a traditional inn or choose a horse farm for a local experience. Only an intimate setting like a bed and breakfast can deliver such authentic southern hospitality.
Bed and breakfasts feature updated amenities in all of their guest rooms. Enjoy the free wifi and tv entertainment. Rooms come with private baths and complimentary toiletries. Room upgrades can include a fireplace, whirlpool tubs, and jacuzzis.
Wake up every morning to a gourmet breakfast served in bed or the dining hall. It’s one of the many common areas on the property.
The convenient locations are just a short distance to attractions, activities, shopping, fine dining, and more.
Give yourself flexibility by using a car to get around Kentucky. Fly into one of the major international airports - Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and the Louisville Muhammad Ali Airport (SDF). You can connect to other regional airports or drive to your destination. You can find car rentals at the airport to use for your trip duration.
Kentucky has diverse cities and towns. The major cities like Louisville and Lexington have walkable districts with several attractions within walking distance to each other - explore on foot when you can. Drive to nearby attractions and visit the natural landmarks outside of the cities.
Kentucky has several bed and breakfast accommodations for all travelers. Whether you’re looking for a place for a romantic getaway or a relaxing holiday, check out the wide range of properties available.
Charred Oaks Inn and A Storybook Inn are both located in Versailles. Charred Oaks Inn is a great bed and breakfast near Kentucky Horse Farm. It offers elegant rooms and an award-winning breakfast. A Storybook Inn ranks as one of the best bed and breakfast Kentucky accommodations with themed suites and southern hospitality.
Chateau Bourbon is located in Prospect. It’s great for a romantic trip with just four guest rooms.
Bourbon Manor Bed and Breakfast is located in Bardstown. It’s an excellent option for a Kentucky Bourbon Trail bed and breakfast. It offers tour packages to local distilleries and has an on-site bourbon bar.
Jailer’s Inn bed and breakfast in Bardstown, Kentucky, is a unique experience. It’s a former jailhouse renovated for guest accommodations. It still has an old jail cell inside.