5 on July 05, 2013
For our 10th anniversary my wife Berty and I rented the Cadiz Street B&B. We rented it for a week and were treated to the best lodging experience we’ve had in our travels thus far. We found the accommodations excellent. Colonel Pratt, our host, treated us to the best of fine dining that we’ve ever experienced. We appreciated all of the attention paid to the preparation, delivery and appearance of each irresistible breakfast item. Colonel Pratt was also extremely courteous, humble and attentive to every detail during our stay. He was eager to help us with anything needed. He even went out of his way—above and beyond what was expected—when he drove me to the auto repair shop to pick up my vehicle when I had car trouble. With all of the above in mind I would STRONGLY endorse the Cadiz Street B&B for any traveler’s needs. The value, service and hospitality delivered by Colonel Pratt beats anything even the finest hotels could offer.
5 on April 01, 2013
I recently stayed at the Colonel's House and thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Great service, great accommodations, and the food is phenomenal. I wish we had stayed several days.
Helen and I wish to thank you for the wonderful things you have said about our B & B. I'm sure you know how much I did enjoy having you stay with us on your trip here to Princeton. I can't wait until you return and see the big change to the room where you stayed. I have been wanting to do it for a long time and now it has been done. I sure hope all of our guest will love it also. Again, thank you so much for choosing to stay with us and for the wonderful things you have said about your stay. Charles
5 on August 10, 2012
Very charming, clean, quiet rooms and you will wake up to an excellent freshly prepared gourmet breakfast. The colonel will make you feel at home. I rate this as one of the better small B & B's to stay at. Excellent for families as the two seperate rooms can be turned into a family suite. It is a short drive to Paducah, Land Between the Lakes and Lake Barkley. We went to the National Quilt Museum in Paducah and had dinner at Patti's 1895 settlement, all within 1/2 hour of Princeton. I would highly recommend to anyone.