Kentucky September 13, 2017
Enjoy A Cozy Cottage Retreat At One Of These 8 Little-Known Kentucky Hideaways
As we head into fall and winter, you may be looking for a spot to get cozy and get away from everyday life. Kentucky is the perfect state for these retreats, as we have plenty of natural beauty and places that serve as a quiet oasis. Of course you could stay at a hotel or bed and breakfast, but why not plan a stay at a cozy cottage, cabin or home that is perfectly hidden in Kentucky? We’ve rounded up eight of the best, but be sure to do your own looking over at
Airbnb to see what all is out there!
StoneLedge Cottage - LaGrange, KY
This adorable two bedroom, one bathroom cottage is nestled on an 80-acre horse farm less than 30 minutes from Louisville. The home offers 1 king bed and 1 queen bed, a full size kitchen, private bath, laundry room, cable, internet and wireless connection. Roam the lovely property, hike amidst the 30 acres of woods and discover creeks and a waterfall. It's the perfect escape, close to the city.
Derby City Tiny House - Louisville, KY
Louisville's first permanent "Tiny House" may only be 448 sq ft, but it has everything you need for a cozy retreat. It's located in an up and coming area, but close to many restaurants, shops, and attractions. The outdoor area is delightful and perfect for relaxing!
Riverside Cabin - Bowling Green, KY
If you're looking to truly unplug, then this 750 sq ft cabin is the hideaway for you. There is no internet or cell service, but there are picturesque views of the Barren River and a canopy of trees under which to relax. The natural surroundings are serene and the interior of the cabin is nicely furnished by an owner who is extremely accommodating and insists you enjoy a five-star stay. The cabin is close to Bowling Green and the many nearby attractions, including Mammoth Cave.
The Barn Apartment - Alvaton, KY
For a one-of-a-kind experience, stay a few nights at this unbelievable Barn Apartment near Bowling Green. Although near a major city, this retreat feels far away from it all and is perfectly situated on a 225-acre farm. Imagine waking up to the sounds of nature, having breakfast, and then walking along the swinging bridge that connects your home to plenty of beautiful property to explore. A stay here also includes a golf cart and is run by one of the nicest ladies around. It's a true gem, and one that should not be overlooked.
Nolin Lake Cabin - Mammoth Cave, KY
Bring the entire family to this cozy property near Mammoth Cave and Nolin Lake State Park. Enjoy the features of camping, but with all the comforts of home. The small cabin is equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom, full size bed, pull out kitchen and all of the essentials. Next to it sits a pavilion perfect for eating, hanging out, and taking in the surroundings. Beyond the pavilion is a bunk house with 2 full beds and 1 twin. There's plenty to do in this area of Kentucky, so stay in comfort at this cozy cabin, while enjoying the adventure nearby.
Country Cabin - Liberty, KY
Enjoy a serene getaway and some of the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets from this cozy cabin in the Kentucky hills. The log house is located on a 100-acre farm, so there is plenty of space for fresh air, natural beauty and adventure. The home itself is warm and inviting and has everything you need to make it feel like home.
A Cottage with a View - Taylorsville, KY
Escape to this cottage with incredible views in a little community in rural Kentucky. Located adjacent to Taylorsville Lake State Park, there are plenty of trails to explore and the lake itself is beautiful and relaxing. The interior of the cottage is fresh and inviting and the views from the hot tub on the back deck can't be beat.
Cobblestone Cottage - Louisville, KY
Located in a quiet neighborhood, just 20 minutes from downtown Louisville, this unique cottage is the perfect couple's getaway. The charming interior is warm and cozy, and the exterior is private and beautifully arranged with a hot tub and pool. Built from cobblestone from the Ohio River, you'll love your stay at this unique Kentucky retreat.
Any one of these cozy hideaways would be perfect for a few nights away from it all! Do you have a cozy spot to head to this fall and winter? What about one of these? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!
For more information on each of these, be sure to click on its bold name to go straight to its listing on Airbnb!
And if you prefer more traditional Bed & Breakfasts, check out our previous article that features several of them