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Lyndon House B&B
507 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508-1328
Phone: +1--8594202683

Anton Giovanetto


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Breakfast at the Lyndon House is a delightful combination of great food, gourmet coffee, and lively conversation.The architectural style of the exterior is a combination of Greek and Colonial Revival.
The Lyndon House has off street parking in the rear of the house in Brent Alley.
When you walk out of the the Parlor, you'll pass through the front Foyer facing N. Broadway - usually one of the prettiest areas in the house due to the morning sun.Guests can enter the house through the back garden.
From the Foyer, you can head into the Sun Room that runs the length of the southwest side of the house.When you step through the back door, you enter the Gathering Room where you'll check in at the "old English Pub," a symbol of British hospitality that perfectly reflects our Kentucky warmth and graciousness toward our guests at the Lyndon House.
The warmth and wicker furniture make it a very comfortable place to sneak away and unwind. And the six-foot windows provide all the light you need to sit and read, chat, or just relax.The Gathering Room is a casual and very comfortable setting where guests can relax, socialize, read the paper or just plan their day.
When you look down from the staircase landing at the carved moldings and arches, you'll really begin appreciate the ingenuity and artistry of the 19th century craftsmen who trimmed out the house... it's really cool stuff!When you look down the hall, you'll see a cozy corner where guests often relax, have a cup of tea, or read. (Paperback mysteries are provided).
While we know you will love the design of your room, some of our guests are also pretty impressed by the elegant woodworking of the door frames and moldings in the upstairs hallway.
As you can see, when the current owner renovated the Lyndon House, he went to great pains to preserve the architectural integrity of the house and historic details of the woodwork.