More than a simple inn or hotel, Central Park B&B is a Louisville, Kentucky bed and breakfast offering relaxing lodging accommodations and delightful breakfasts. Listed on the National Historic Register, this magnificent three-story residence, constructed in 1884, displays an ambiance of fine period furnishings and examples of exquisite hand craftsmanship. Central Park Bed & Breakfast has a total of 18 rooms and 11 fireplaces. The seven guestrooms are decorated with period antiques and furnishings, yet contain many modern comforts. Each room offers a work desk with private telephone and high-speed Internet access, cable TV/VCR/DVD, fireplaces and private en-suite bathrooms. Our historic Old Louisville neighborhood features America’s largest collection of Victorian homes and is a wonderful step back in time. A perfect location whether your travels are for business or pleasure.
Welcome to Louisville, Kentucky and the Inn at Woodhaven, an historic Gothic Revival Mansion built in1853 from a design by famed 19th century architect A.J. Downing. The Main House, Carriage House and Rose Cottage feature 14 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling diamond paned windows, huge arched doors, and spectacular woodwork. Each of the eight spacious rooms is furnished with elegant and comfortable period antiques, and reproductions. The Inn at Woodhaven is conveniently located near many of Louisville’s finest restaurants, attractions, and shopping. The definition of charm, the ultimate in privacy, unsurpassed hospitality, a bed for royalty, world’s best bubble bath, cozy, comfortable, unforgettable.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and considered a Kentucky Landmark Home, this working farm is stately set on 15 tranquil acres in the heart of Kentucky's scenic Bluegrass Region (an hour southeast of Louisville and an hour southwest of Lexington). The home is considered one of the best preserved Antebellum Homes in the Commonwealth. Its tranquil, country setting is surrounded by picturesque rolling hills of bluegrass with a 3,000 acre race horse farm on one side and 300 acre cattle and tobacco farm on the other. Its colorful past includes stories of an Antebellum Plantation, use as a Civil War Confederate Encampment and Union Field Hospital, the Childhood Home to Phil Simms - former NY Giants Quarterback and Super Bowl XXI's MVP. Today it is an award-winning Bed & Breakfast, Wedding and Special Events Showplace, Alpaca & Llama Farm and Fiber Farm.
We invite you to come and stay at The Samuel Culbertson Mansion historic bed and breakfast inn on your next visit to Louisville. This Georgian Revival mansion is located in the heart of the Old Louisville National Historic District, near downtown Louisville, the University of Louisville and Churchill Downs. Pamper yourself with the opulence of the Gilded Age, and enjoy a piece of traditional Kentucky in this former home of a President of Churchill Downs and the "Two Little Knights of Kentucky". The mansion was built between 1896 and 1897, at a cost of $25,000, designed by the renowned Minneapolis architect William Channing Whitney among whose many other notable buildings include the Minnesota Governor's Mansion and the Minnesota Building at the Columbia Exposition World's Fair of 1893.
Welcome to Rose Hill Inn, one of Kentucky's finest bed and breakfasts, only 15 minutes west of Lexington, Kentucky, in Versailles. Built in 1823, this historic home has been wonderfully renovated, but features of the original mansion are preserved and enhanced. The parlor, library, front porch, and 3 acres of grounds are all for your enjoyment. Rose Hill was built about 1823 and is the oldest home in the Historical District. The original structure was a federal style home, but many changes occurred in the 1880's to make it as it appears today. It is reported that both North and South occupied the grounds during the Civil War. Blood stains, which were discovered when the floors were refinished, testify to the use of the home as a hospital for the wounded. It first became a bed and breakfast in 1992 after much refurbishing. The current innkeepers, Alder and Gill Blackburn, became owners in 2007.
Welcome to Burlington's Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast Inn. Experience a taste of sophisticated charm and relaxed country living at the edge of this small town. We encourage you to stay at our inn as part of your travel plans and to explore the town and country feel of the surrounding historic area. Choose between our two masterfully restored early and mid-1800s buildings: the 1850s William Rouse log cabin and the 1830s Willis Graves Federal brick homestead. Your comfort is our top priority.
Relish the history and the lifestyle of antebellum country living within a metropolitan area. In 1839, Hazael and Nancy Jane Tucker purchased their homestead and, approximately one year later, commissioned John Stone to build this brick, Federal-style home, which has now been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tucker House Bed & Breakfast is located between the historic communities of Middletown and Jeffersontown and is just 15 miles from downtown Louisville. Innkeepers Devona and Steve Porter have faithfully restored this beautiful home, turning back the clock to the 1840s. Using their collection of early 19th century antiques, they have recreated the flavor of early country living in Kentucky. They were recently presented with a "Preservation Award" from the Louisville Historical League for their authentic preservation work on Tucker House.
Take a trip back in time at Victorian Quarters Bed and Breakfast, located in Henderson, Kentucky. Built in 1865, this mansion overlooking the Ohio River is a handsome example of Italianate architecture. Features include ornamental hood molds over the windows and elaborate cornices, dentils and frieze. Built by William J. Marshall, a business man of varied and successful enterprises that included real estate, farming, warehousing and the sale and production of tobacco. Henderson was once the richest per capita city in the U.S. due to the production of tobacco and the town's excellent shipping location on the Ohio River. Mrs. Marshall, niece of Lucie Posey, was the great-granddaughter of General Thomas Posey, a trusted staff member of General George Washington. The house is fully restored to its original days, with authentic antique furniture from the period.