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.
5 on May 23, 2017
What a wonderful place this is! The property is beautiful, and Tom and Judith could not have been nicer. This would be a perfect place for friends to get together, or an extended family, since the two guest rooms share a living and dining space. We were the only guests during our weeklong visit, so we had the house to ourselves, which was perfect.
5 on March 29, 2017
Late March was my most recent return to The Wren's Nest where I normally stay two or three times per year. Both the facilities and the service remains excellent as long as one appreciates being out in the country away from mobile phone service and wifi. Remains my favorite to place to be able to get away from it all ... and enjoy Tom and Judith Hoover's wonderful breakfasts!
3.8 on March 10, 2017
We were fortunate to have the place to ourselves because the other room ( Butterfly), in the cottage rented separately. Not a good fit if you had been with people you didn't know. This was the only drawback we didn't know about. So Tom and Judith were a delight to chat with and the breakfast was great!! This cottage is made for a family style unless you rent both rooms. The hiking trail was good exercise too and plan to go back and do some fishing :) Thanks Tom and Judith
5 on August 18, 2016
Quiet, clean, friendly, with a very nice breakfast.
5 on April 09, 2016
Tom and Judith were great host. We will be staying there again.
5 on March 29, 2016
The grounds of the wren house is beautiful . Tom and Judith was a wonderful host. We will be staying there again.
4.8 on March 24, 2016
Judith and Tom were absolutely amazing hosts.We only stayed one night, but i wish we could have stayed much longer. their kindness and hospitality were outstanding.
5 on March 17, 2016
Just spent four early spring days at the Wren's Nest - my third time there in the past six months. The rooms and other facilities continue to be quiet, relaxing, and comfortable. It was my first stay in the slightly larger bedroom which was useful as I needed a little more room to spread out work I was doing. Also, the view into the woods and access to the back deck were also positive for this particular choice. Tim and Judith were in top form; I always love our morning conversations. Plus I find the morning breakfasts excellent and log lasting. I'm never in any rush for lunch afterwards and many times I don't really feel a need to eat again until evening. I am very happy the very little cell phone connectivity there and the total lack of wifi access at this point; others might not be as happy with this as I am, but I find I can do that when I go into town. Yes, I am looking forward to returning again.
4.2 on November 04, 2015
The bedrooms were quite small, and there was no bathtub, but otherwise the experience was great. We were the only guests, which was nice, because the two bedrooms were very close to each other. The breakfasts were very nice, and the hosts were very friendly, and the price was fantastic.
5 on October 21, 2015
Way out in the boonies, this place is perfect for what I wished to do: read, sleep, hike, and visit nearby sites. The Hoovers are friendly, informed, and helpful. I was also delighted to be asked to choose a breakfast to order each morning. The only caution I might give is if a person is of a larger size or has a lot of luggage, one might have trouble getting to the bedrooms since the main entrance to them is up a picturesque spiral staircase.
Nashville, TN (BNA) 65 miles
Follow KY 79 N from Russellville, 1.5 miles from US 68/80 bypass. Turn right on KY 1588 and go 1.5 miles to paved driveway on left. Address, 1452 Proctor Mill Rd., is located on post.
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