12 Little Known Inns In Kentucky That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay
It is common knowledge the large chain hotels offer nice accommodations, but it is on a broad scale, generic basis. Big chains with lots of hourly employees just don’t provide the sincere, personal touch of the small inns in Kentucky, like the bed and breakfasts we’ve covered before. Each one offers a special kind of atmosphere all its own, from the history of the property to the comfortable accommodations and environment.
Here are 12 more charming small Inns in Kentucky that provide a unique stay:
4. The Beaumont Inn at 638 Beaumont Inn Drive in Harrodsburg
This gorgeous and historic property sits on 33 acres and offers three guesthouses. The accommodations are located around 8 miles from the renowned Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill and only 1 mile from Fort Harrod. The rooms have private baths, Wifi, whirlpool tubs and electric fireplaces. The Beaumont Inn is a perfect getaway for a weekend of rest and relaxation. They also have an outdoor pool.
3. Futrell House B&B at 125 Main Street in Cadiz
This historic Queen Anne home was built around 1895, it got its name via Dr. John Futrell, who owned the home. It now offers gracious accommodations via the current owners, who do their best to provide a luxurious stay for guests, including hot, fresh breakfasts.
2. Big House at 132 FNS Drive in Wendover
This big beautiful B&B was initially built in 1925 by Mary Breckinridge, a pioneer nurse. Today, the home offers sixteen guest rooms are varying prices and some of the most delicious food you will ever taste.
1. Hidden Cave Ranch B&B at 877 Thrasher Road in Burkesville
This special and very reasonably priced B&B is snuggled into the rolling hills of Cumberland County. The owners were originally from the Netherlands, but fell in love with Kentucky and decided to make a Western style B&B with Dutch hospitality.
If you are looking for regal treatment, along with rest and relaxation, consider one of these charming small inns in Kentucky. There is nothing like getting away and just enjoying life without worrying about everyday things. What is your favorite place for a weekend stay in the Bluegrass State?
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