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.
We stayed for two days on this historic workinf farm in the beautiful Kentucky countryside. If you're looking for a serene getaway for a few days, this place is idealically suited. Service is outstanding and the house is amazing -like steppig back in time. There are modern amenities if you need to stay in touch but I suggest you toss your cell phone and breath in the relaxation!
We stayed at the manor for 3 nights in the Clara Barton room. Our 6 year old daughter loved her 4 poster lacy canopy bed. The rooms and grounds are beautiful. There is free wi-fi during your stay, although the signal upstairs was a bit weak. There are also free games and DVDs to play in the player in the room. The food included with our stay was delectable. Todd baked delicious desserts nightly and offered complementary drinks. Every morning we were served gourmet breakfast. At the end of breakfast, Todd would ask us our plans for the day and offer to print out directions for us (especially important since cell and GPS coverage is spotty in the area). The dogs, Sammi and Sophia, would walk us out to our car. At the end of each day, Todd would ask us how our day was, offer us dessert or drink, and offer to help us make dinner reservations or suggest restaurants for dinner. We had fun exploring the property, feeding carrots to the menagerie (llamas, alpacas, horse), and checking out the baby kittens. Having stayed at hotels and bed and breakfast inns all over the world, Todd provided the best service! If you are thinking of exploring the bourbon distilleries in Kentucky, I highly recommend a stay at Maple Hill Manor. The manor's location is convenient to many of them, with about 20 distilleries within an hour's drive, along with the Cooperage that makes the bourbon barrels.
In the heart of Kentucky, a.k.a , Bourbon Country (and yes, there are some nice looking horses strolling along fields outlined with white board fences), is this little winery making an impact. Just 15 minutes East of Bardstown (my Old Kentucky Home), and in the middle of some of the best Bourbon Distilleries that turns limestone filtered water into a soothing nectar, is this historic house with bedrooms large enough to hold small parties in. I have stayed in B&B's from Sonoma, CA to Bar Harbor, Maine. This is the best. But, don't tell anyone!! E.J. Foltz
Had a wonderful stay at the Spring Hill Bed and Breakfast. Eddie and Carolyn were outstanding hosts that had great stories of the history of the area. I would highly recommend to anyone a stay here.
We found this B&B on a whim and we were not disappointed. Eddie and Carolyn have a great place here and we will definitely recommend them to anyone going to this area. House was full of charm and very well maintained. Carolyn is a great cook and her cookies are to die for. Not too far from the distilleries if you're doing the Bourbon Trail. Winery cat is pretty friendly too!
All the great things people say about this place are true. Guests are made to feel comfortable and at home. Breakfasts are beautiful and delicious. Lisa Marie does a fabulous job on all counts.
Host & Hostess were very friendly; they were in the midst of a family emergency so they were a little off their game but that didn't stop them from preparing a huge family style delicious breakfast for us.
Our stay was perfect but too short. The food, company and entertainment (Rudy) were great! We were looking for a centrally located inn near the distilleries and Bardstown and The Hill House was perfect! The proximity to Maker's Mark makes this a perfect location for the tour and Lisa Marie's cooking and care make the inn a must stay.
I was very apprehensive at first, not knowing what to expect. I was taken back with how comfortable and definitely was made to feel like I was home. The breakfast was to die for! I would recommend the Hill House to anyone.
This is a very nice, small yet modern B&B. The room you can get here as opposed to staying "in-town" at Bardstown is so much better & nicer for the price. The drive to Bardstown for dinner & drinks wasn't bad. The bed was very comfortable, very nice bathroom, clean nice sized shower with good water pressure. You couldn't here the other guests unless they were right outside our window on the porch (they knew we were up though). We stayed in the Thoroughbred Room & would highly recommend it. Breakfast was delicious! One of the best breakfasts I had. So filling we didn't even need to eat lunch that day! If I go back to this area of KY, I'm staying here again, no doubt about it!
What makes the Hill House B&B so special? It's the attention to detail and genuine hospitality of the hostess Lisa Marie. From the moment we arrived until we departed my wife and I felt as if we were part of the family who belonged in the Hill House. Our room was clean and well appointed and the breakfast served was fit for royalty. Over all, our experience at the Hill House made our brief stay and visit at historic Maker's Mark all the more special and we are already planning a return visit. Highly recommend.
The Hill House was very clean, the food was amazing-it was a breakfast feast! Everyone was very nice. This was our first B&B experience and we loved it. We touted the Maker's Mark distillery just up the road and The Hill House was very easy to find.
The hosts, Tyler and Todd, provide a extraordinary one-of-a-kind know-how with their bourbon themed rooms! Affable innkeeper - personable - local knowledge of restaurants and attractions! A must stay destination located in historic Bardstown, Kentucky! The hosts, Tyler and Todd, provide a extraordinary one-of-a-kind know-how with their bourbon themed rooms! Affable innkeeper - personable - local knowledge of restaurants and attractions! A must stay destination! Breakfast was a genuine treat to the palate - Eggs in a Basket, fresh Honey Dew slices, Cucumber water, and a to-die-for cinnamon caramel bourbon infused dessert!
What a wonderful home. Full of history and charm. Eddie, the innkeeper, made the most fantastic breakfasts and was full of great suggestions on where to take great photos. We are so happy that we made Springhill Winery Plantation our Kentucky destination.