Located on one-hundred acres of mature woodland in Logan County, Kentucky, The Wren's Nest features walking trails, wildflowers, and a wealth of birds and butterflies. Each guestroom features a queen-size bed, desk, reading lamp, ceiling fan, private bath, and central heat and air. Outdoors you will find decks, a patio rose garden, gazebo, and extensive perennial gardens. Hiking, fishing, and daydreaming are all possible here. The Inn is a separate building from the inn-keeper's home. Exclusive use of entire building including living room, kitchen, and coffee bar available for families. Ample off-road parking available.
4.4 on July 02, 2014
Beautiful grounds; great fishing; peaceful; hosts very amicable; guest house extremely well thought out, designed, and decorated. There are two bedrooms upstairs with showers, half bath downstairs and two sitting areas, one up and one down; sleeper love seat, comfortable couch. Full kitchen, laundry, coffee bar, beautiful dining area with china etc. Spiral staircase kids would love (or the kid in you). I don't recommend for large folks-one bedroom has an outside entrance/small deck and stairs. If you want the place to yourself, you must pay for both the rooms-okay if you're on a friend's weekend/family get together. Otherwise you will most likely be sharing the place with strangers; that may be okay with you-you'' have to coordinate use of rooms, full kitchen and outside areas; basically it's like sharing a very nice apartment/small home. The price is reasonable for one bedroom for one person or couple. If I had to pay for the whole place, I'd want it to be with good friends or family; it's a bit too close quarters to share with strangers if you don't really enjoy each other's company. But then, you'd get that in a typical b&b, so it depends what kind of experience you're needing-solitude, meet new folks, romantic weekend, girlfriend's weekend/mom daughter time, or for writing/retreat. We plan to return when we can; would love to see it in all seasons. USE THE BUG REPELLENT! Your own or what they generously provide-this is tick heaven; we hiked on the trails which weren't mowed real well in places (we were warned) and were covered in ticks and mosquito bites-our own fault, I'm just saying you NEED to use the bug spray LIBERALLY. Had we done that, the overnight would have been nearly perfect. This is a jewel in the woods and I highly recommend it.
5 on April 23, 2014
Very clean, serene place to stay. Makes a nice get-away. Inn keepers are very friendly.
5 on October 16, 2013
Great location and wonderful host &hostess.
4.6 on May 08, 2013
What a charming place. We really enjoyed our stay and getting to know the owners. The location, accomodations and food was all good. We are planning another trip in the fall. Their is a great Italian restaurant in Russellville - Ariella's - if you come to stay here make sure you check it out - you will think you are in a large city based on the quality and ambiance. Enjoy.
5 on October 31, 2012
I cannot say enough good things about The Wren's Nest Bed & Breakfast. The beautiful house, the wonderful breakfast, the awesome scenery. We really enjoyed the morning visits with Tom & Judith. Can't wait to go back.
5 on October 25, 2012
I was in Russellville, Ky for a night and passed on the hotel/motels in the small town mainly because I don't like motels with exterior doors to each room. So I researched Bed and Breakfasts and found this gem! WOW! The owners are so nice and the BB is a separate house built on their 100 acres of wooded beauty. kitchen, dining room, washer, dryer, everything you need! I loved sitting on the porch at night and in the morning! Since I had to leave early in the morning, they brought breakfast over the night before so I could make it myself in the kitchen. Very convenient, but had I wanted, I could have had breakfast made for me . I will be back! I love this place!!
5 on August 17, 2012
It's always lovely to find a bit of home while on the road for work. Wren's Nest affords travelers this gift. I highly recommend this lovely B and B tucked inside a neighbor outside of Rusellville. The only additional request would be to have wireless Internet service please. Warmest thanks! Laura Benson
5 on August 04, 2012
If you're looking for a unique stay while in Russellville, this is the place for you. The wren's nest is immaculate and is located on 100+ acres with walking trails and fantastic privacy. We will definitely be back!!
5 on July 12, 2012
A nice clean quiet little hideaway in Central Southern Kenticky. It fit my need perfectley and the Hoovers were great!
5 on July 10, 2012
Wren's nest is off the beaten path-just what we wanted. Very attractive and comfortable facilty plus delightful hosts. A place to kick back and read or hike in the woods. We were delighted with fine breakfasts by Judith and Tom's obvious enjoyment of telling us about local lore. Strongest possible recommendation from us! Carol and Michael
Nashville, TN (BNA) 65 miles
Follow Briley Parkway north to Interstate 65 north. Exit at Franklin, KY., and follow KY 100 to Russellville. At intersection of 68/80, turn right and proceed to left turn onto bypass. Turn right at KY 79 north.
Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Corvette and Shaker Museums, Mammoth and Lost River Caves, Nashville/Music City, Land Between the Lakes, Beech Bend Park, See our web site for more locations, Picnic area, Religious Services
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, wildflowers, birding workshops, retreats, communication seminars, gardening workshops, historical and geneological research, Sight-seeing
Judith & Tom Hoover
We enjoy gardening, writing, and photography as well as hiking and fishing.