Kentucky May 29, 2017
You’ll Never Forget Your Stay At This One Of A Kind Kentucky Motel
It’s just about that time of year where we start to hit the road and take our annual summer vacations that we’ve so anxiously been waiting for. But if you don’t have any upcoming adventures planned and were looking for some weekend getaway inspiration, then it might be the perfect time to book your stay in Kentucky’s most unique motel.
Right in Cave City, Wigwam Village #2 has been sitting along US 31W since 1937.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Kentucky's Wigwam Motel is the oldest surviving village out of the original seven that were built around the United States.
Standing tall at 32 feet, the Wigwams hold a base diameter of 14 feet and all have their own cozy bathrooms inside.
Patented by Frank A. Redford, only two other Wigwam Villages that are still around today can be found in Arizona and California.
While the original charm of this place still remains, small changes like the old restaurant turning into a gift shop have taken place over the years.
A legendary landmark that we're proud of, you can visit Wigwam Village #2's official website if you
Out along US 31W you'll find plenty of other motels lining the road, but none of them can compete with the uniqueness that our Wigwam Village has to offer. Decorated in hickory furniture and small cable TVs, the wigwam's give guests a quaint and snug stay that they'll never forget.
How to get here: 601 North Dixie Highway Cave City, KY 42127
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