Built In 1833, The Stagecoach Inn Is A Historic B&B In Kentucky That Was Once A Stop Along The Trail Of Tears
By Sarah McCosham|Published February 13, 2023
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History is alive and well in the Bluegrass State, where historic inns, sites, and restaurants are as ubiquitous as horse farms and bourbon distilleries. In terms of accommodations, The Stagecoach Inn is one of the most fascinating; this historic B&B in Kentucky was once a stop along the Trail of Tears and home to a well with “sweet water” thought to have healing properties.