You will find this 7,4000 square foot restored Victorian Mansion nestled in among other equally beautiful homes in the Historic Preservation District of Old Louisville. Inn at the Park boasts a grand, sweeping staircase, 14 foot ceilings, crown moldings, fireplaces and private stone balconies. Your hosts invite you to relax in an atmosphere of a bygone era and enjoy mouth-watering breakfasts, leisurely walks in Central Park, adjacent to the Inn, and romantic, fireside evenings. Free Wi-Fi; snacks; refreshements; Full gourmet breakdfast. You can't beat the value or the hospitality.
Mansion, Second Floor This spacious 24' x 18' suite welcomes you with a king bed, fireplace, writing desk and sitting area. Your own private balcony has a great view of the Frederick Law Olmsted designed Central Park which has been the hub of Old Louisville for over 100 years. Your bath has original marble walls, antique fireplace, jetted tub, and separate shower. You will love this luxurious suite.
Mansion, Third Floor This third floor, treetop retreat features a King bed, private balcony overlooking the Inn's perennial garden and Central Park, and private bath featuring a shower and corner double whirlpool tub. This is the perfect place for a relaxing evening or a romantic retreat.
Mansion, Second Floor This large room features a King bed, fireplace, and a private bath with shower. Twelve foot ceilings and two huge windows overlooking the front and sides of the house make this large, airy, second floor room a favorite!
Mansion, Third Floor Beautifully decorated in florals and soft creams, this room features an antique Queen bed, unique Victorian windows and a balcony overlooking the front lawn. A private bath with shower and tub make this third-floor room perfect for that very special getaway.
Mansion, Second Floor Bring your glass of wine to this cozy third-floor retreat. This suite surrounds you in rich, warm colors and it offers a queen-size brass bed, ornamental fireplace, and private bath with both shower and tub. You won't want to leave!
Carriage House, Second Floor This large bedroom suite overlooks the Inn's perennial garden and Central Park. The queen-size bed, cathedral ceilings, working fireplaces, hardwood floors and oriental carpets create an atmosphere of warmth and luxury. The separate bathing room with black marble, double corner whirlpool tub with brass accents, fireplace and mirrored dressing area, complete the suite to create the perfect romantic getaway.
Carriage House, Second Floor This large, airy room invites you to relax in a peaceful atmosphere. The distinctive features, including beautiful antique furnishings, queen-sized bed, and working fireplace, elegant bathroom with marbled double whirlpool tub and a separate shower and vanity room, create an aura of tranquillity and romance.
Carriage House, First Floor This lovely first floor Carriage House Suite is tactfully furnished in antiques and offers a queen Jenny Lind bed, a comfortable chair and ottoman for relaxing or reading and a private luxurious bath with double whirlpool tub and shower. This restful park oasis will bring you back again and again!
4.6 on June 04, 2014
My girlfriend and I decided on a Memorial Weekend getaway. Very pleasant surprise. The back porch and courtyard are a great area to relax and drink some wine after a day of exploring. The inn and carriage house both have some interesting architecture and furnishings. Herb (the owner) can give you some great history of this inn and his other inn (the Dupont) across the street. Everyone was extremely friendly and accommodating. Great breakfast. They also offer snacks, chocolates, beverages (adult and otherwise). Don't miss St. James Court and Belgravia if you like restored, historic houses (we do). I would definitely go back. They also took the time to send me a pair of pants I accidently left behind.
5 on February 15, 2014
I wish I could give this place more stars! We live in Louisville and I wanted to "kidnap" my husband for a surprise romantic getaway. This was the perfect place! The Inn itself is gorgeous, beautifully restored, the room was lovely, and the breakfast was delicious! Tom and Mary provided impeccable service. There was just nothing that could been better - except staying another night. We will definitely return!
4.6 on September 04, 2013
We frequently travel from Chicago to West Virginia and this is the perfect place to stay to break up the drive. The building has an interesting history and it is remarkable that it was saved and restored by Herb and his wife. There are two nice restaurants within walking distance and the neighborhood and park are very special. You truly feel like a guest at the Inn and every room is different.
5 on July 09, 2013
This is a charming historic home. Herb Warren, the owner, was a great host. The breakfast was delicious. I'd highly recommend staying here!
5 on June 27, 2011
I had the opportunity to spend two nights here recently. I loved this beautiful Inn. Warm, inviting, and relaxing! I enjoyed time on the back deck with my laptop to finish work. This was a perfect place to unwind. I felt safe when traveling alone. Can't find this things at an impersonal hotel!
Louisville, KY (SDF-Standiford Field) 5 miles
I-65 North to Exit 135 - St. Catherine. Left on Third Street to Park Avenue. Right on Park Avenue to Fourth Street. Inn is on the corner of Fourth & Park.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Churchill Downs, Speed Art Museum, Yum! Center, Slugger Museum, Louisville Stoneware, Derby Museum, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn
Amenities Basket, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Sherry and John Arnold