We had a most enjoyable time at Springhill Winery B & B. The home is lovely. The room was beautifully decorated and the bed was very comfortable to sleep in. The hosts have put a lot of thought into the things that make a stay so enjoyable. For example, they had a mini fridge with bottled water outside of our room and yummy treats on the buffet. When we arrived back at the B & B after dinner, the hosts had a fire going on the patio. We sat outside and enjoyed some wine and good company. Breakfast was fabulous. I have never had such a wonderful meal at a B & B. And I could listen to the hosts tell stories for hours. They are warm and fascinating people. You won't regret staying here.
This was a great weekend for us. Eddie and Carolyn were great. Breakfast was very good and filling. I fixed one of the dishes in the book my wife bought. The baked chicken in chardonnay sauce is a real keeper.There is a number am going to try.Will return.
My husband and I had a great stay at the Red Rose Inn! The innkeeper was very friendly and made an incredible breakfast for us jn the morning! The property was nice with a great patio out back where we enjoyed drinks with our friends before our dinner reservations. Our room felt very clean and was free from the clutter that you can sometimes find in B&B rooms. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend others to do the same!
Had a great time at Maple Hill Manor with family. A wonderful place to get away from it all and relax in nature and luxury. The animals are delightful and service is top notch. Breakfast and desserts were great. Can't wait to get back.
The B&B itself was comfy and adorable, and the food was amazing. I wish I could eat a breakfast that delicious every morning. Our only complaints were that the jacuzzi was unavailable (not that big of a deal to us -- we didn't come for the hot tub) and the noise from traffic on the street negated the convenience of being so close to downtown Bardstown. But both negatives were outweighed by the rest of a great experience. I would definitely recommend this B&B to friends and family.
First time iin kentucky: found the best place to stay! Nice room, delicious breakfast and very friendly hosts! Lots of information about Kentucky wine (very interesting for French guests¿¿)
My husband and I stayed at the Springhill Winery B&B with another couple who were new to staying at B&Bs. After experiencing the beautiful rooms, amazing breakfast, great company and hospitality of the owners, Eddie and Carolyn, our friends are convinced that they will stay at Bed and Breakfasts from now on. To top it all off, we had a wine tasting at their winery (on premisis), and purchased some really nice tasting wines! In addition, the location is convenient to all the highlights of the area; Bardstown, Bourbon Trail, Lexington, etc.
Outstanding gourmet breakfast each morning- best ever in a B&B. We enjoyed meeting other guests over the delicious and relaxing breakfast. Warm welcome on arrival, good advice about seeing the local area. Location was a short walk to dinner and the historic town. Would stay here again.
This place was fantastic. There was privacy when needed, and the food was excellent. Each room having its own clean, modern shower was a major plus. Waking up and being able to look out the window at the vineyard was amazing. The wine is pretty delicious as well. We will definitely be visiting again.
The Red Rose is a great place to stay. The room was very comfortable and it is within walking distance to most downtown Bardstown sites. Audrey sees to your every need and is the best cook. The breakfasts are gourmet and absolutely delicious. You get so much food you don't need to eat again until the evening.
Hill House is a wonderful place nestled in the heart of Bourbon country. But it is the beautiful Lisa Marie and little Rudy James, her adorable dog, that topped off our stay. We felt at home from the moment we entered. Can't say enoough.
My wife and I spent the weekend and we were so surprised at the overall experience we had. Every thing was top notch from the room to coffee in the morning and the wonderful breakfast each day. Our host were very nice and made us feel like part of the family. So to some up in one word "WONDERFUL"
My husband and I stayed here for a weekend getaway. Loved the location since it was within walking distance of everything we wanted to see. Great rooms! The breakfast was exceptional every morning! Very charming!
Lovely B&B in Bourbon country; beautiful historic home; room is huge and private; bathroom is small (but we knew that when reserving); the bedding is luxurious; Adam the innkeeper is friendly and willing to accommodate; the grounds are beautiful, relaxing and so interesting with the alpacas & llamas; we wish we could have stayed a second night and will definitely be back!
We would agree with most of the glowing comments about this B&B. However, be aware that the website does not fully explain that the Slave Quarters have a shared bath. The Pinot Noir suite description states that “The bath is shared with another slave suite.” The Beaujolais description does not mention the shared bath. This is okay for relatives, but I would not be happy about sharing a bath with strangers. If you only read the Beaujolais description, you would not be aware of the shared bath. Also, at least some rooms do not have doors on the bathroom, another problem for people who value their privacy. The stairs to the Slave Quarters are very steep and narrow. If none of this bothers you, you should have a very nice time at this bed and breakfast.
If you want a B&B where the hosts are efficient but invisible... if you want a continental breakfast laid out for you or have a huge menu to order from... If you're there to have a spa,10 rooms all alike, and 108 TV channels so you stay in it all weekend and veg... then don't stay here. BUT.... if you want warmth, new friends, some fun, a bit of wine, and great breakfast, you have found the RIGHT place !. Eddie and Carolyn are your hosts, and you are their family for the day. Your weekend stay includes wine tasting, some of Carolyn's decadent "treats" (aka chocolate, usually); a beautiful room, an enormous breakfast, and some great stories. Eddie and Carolyn tell all about the history of the house and the area. Eddie throws in a liberal touch of ghost stories. Both have been up for a few hours already making breakfast - Egg casserole, meats, biscuits & gravy, cinnamon buns, fruit, yogurt, grits or potatoes, juices, coffee. All family style. The house is decorated in period antiques, lots of pictures, and yes, there is a TV. I don't think we've ever bothered. And, we've lost count of how many times we've visited !
Just a few minutes walk from downtown Bardstown and with easy access by car to several distilleries, the location of this B&B could not be beat. Breakfast is at one time, but very delicious and more than enough to keep you going through lunchtime.
My husband and I love this place . It feels like you're going to your grandmother's house . This is the third time we have stayed here and will return . The food is tremendous. Audrey is a wonderful cook and host !!
The most beautiful place I have ever stayed! It was absolutely breathtaking! I loved the history of the home and the Innkeeper is wonderful! It is in a beautiful landscaping with beautiful Alpacas and horses on the property. Tons of history in this area!
Both the B&B and the Winery are absolutely gorgeous and well-maintained by their charming and knowledgeable owners, Eddie and Caroline. Our visit was idyllic and wonderful from start to finish, and having stayed in many B&Bs around the country, I highly recommend Springhill to any and all who are interested!
Due to 4th of July traffic the street noise was so bad we left one day early forfeiting $150 plus tax. I think the other rooms would have been all right but were not available due to holiday. Request the other two rooms if street noise bothers you. There are three large windows in the mahogany room and two face the street.
This was our second stay at Maple Hill. The first one was in the winter and we wanted to have a warm weather stay. We enjoyed the patio and of course being on the farm. The new innkeeper, Adam, was a very gracious host. He was attentive to our needs and helped out with many questions. It is a beautiful inn with cozy rooms and wonderful breakfasts. #1 choice whenever we are in the area.