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LEMON SOUFFLÉ PANCAKES WITH BLUEBERRY COMPOTE VOTED BEST B&B BREAKFAST IN THE WORLD, April 2013. Voted TOP 10 Innkeepers in U.S., No. 1 (2X) in U.S. as the Most Historical Charm, Kentucky's Best Bed and Breakfast by readers of Kentucky Monthly Magazine, (2X) Best Breakfast in the Southeast, Best Bed and Breakfast in the South, TOP 10 Family Friendly in the U.S., and TOP Bed and Breakfast in KY for Hospitality and Service for 2012. Circa 1851, this beautiful Greek Revival Plantation Mansion is lavished with Italianate detail. Stately set on a hill surrounded by ancient maple trees and pictureque farmland - it offers a tranquil country setting on a working Alpaca & Llama Farm with a Fiber Farm Store. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a Kentucky Landmark Home. Offering extraordinary architectural features such as a large front porch with octagonal columns supporting a veranda perfect for enjoying the views of the country sunsets and stars at night, a grand entrance with a floating spiral cherry staircase, 14' ceilings, 12' doorways, and 9' windows. You'll enjoy the 13 massive antique-furnished rooms, including 7 spacious guest rooms each with a private bath (some with Jacuzzi & Fireplace). Rate includes award-winning full country gourmet breakfast, complementary beverages and snacks, and homemade dessert.
4.6 on September 06, 2017
Stayed in this B&B earlier this week in celebration of my wife's birthday and our 52nd anniversary...it was close to home and allowed us to spend some time in Bardstown at the museums...excellent. Upon on our arrival, the "interim inn keeper", Donna welcomed us and told us the history of this home. I have no idea why they would call her "interim" as she was a great host, brought us some dessert in the late afternoon and cooked an absolutely delightful breakfast...won't find one of these anywhere as the delicacies were unique and scrumptious. We stayed in the Lincoln Library room which was quite nice...quiet, comfortable...can't believe those bed sheets!. This is a home in the country...animals, crops and the wide open spaces. I chose this place because my wife is from the country and it brought back many memories...walked down the lane, sat in the gazebo and I laid in the hammock (needs to be repaired). The home is as described...literature says there is a horse farm next door but we never saw the horses because we understood they keep wraps on the animals as it is a cut throat business...race horses. We had never seen alpaca or llama in a farm setting...unique setting. Could not say enough about Donna...interim innkeeper!
5 on March 30, 2017
My husband and I have stayed in many B&Bs before, but the other 2 couples had not, they were amazed at the hospitality Donna showed, us, the beautiful rooms, and magnificent breakfast we were served each morning. Was so comfortable sitting together evenings either inside or out
5 on January 17, 2017
From the grounds to the innkeeper to the food and room all were superb, I highly recommend a stay here. Looking forward to going back. It rates a 10 on a 10 scale. Thank you Donna for being a superb hostess and innkeeper, every detail was appreciated.
5 on July 31, 2016
Wow - I don’t know if I can put into words what an amazing experience we had at the Inn. It began the moment we drove up the drive, past the pastures with grazing Alpaca’s and Llamas, to the Manor. I had goose bumps because it was so lovely and majestic and yet felt like “home”. We were welcomed by Donna who was like an amiable house mother who wanted to make sure our every need was met. We toured all the suites and decided who would sleep where - no arguments as each room seemed to be perfect for certain people. Then we changed for the Rehearsal and Dinner in Danville. When we returned we hung out talking, singing, playing the piano, having hot cocoa and tea - all the while Donna was in the background at the ready to answer a question or help us find what we needed. One of the bridesmaids was making a small wedding cake and needed to use the kitchen - Donna helped her and let her use her kitchen with such openness. She is the quintessential innkeeper - available to help, but not intrusive. By the time we left we felt like she was a part of the family:) The smartest thing was renting the entire Inn for the night - made it so special for my daughter and her friends on the night before her wedding. It made the celebration weekend so much more memorable and we will always cherish your Inn as a the place the wedding began. We had a scrumptious, healthy breakfast which kept us all going till the wedding dinner and then the photographer and makeup and hair stylist arrived. We got ready in a storybook setting and now have some lovely pictures of my daughter and her bridal party in your amazing grounds and manor. I honestly cannot imagine anywhere else better to have this experience. As Mother-of-the-Bride, having Donna as my sidekick and helper was so valuable - not just for all she did, but for her words of encouragement and desire to share in my joy:)
4.6 on April 03, 2016
I just returned from a weekend stay with my husband and two more couples that joined us to celebrate a big birthday. We toured some bourbon distilleries while in the area. Our experience at the Historic Maple Hill Manor was wonderful. The inn keepers, Robert and Colleen, were delightful. The food was beautiful and delicious. All of my group were very happy we chose to stay at the Manor. We hope to return someday!
5 on March 26, 2016
I've not personally ever had the experience of reading about a place, getting there, and finding it to meet, let alone exceed, my expectations until I stayed at Maple Hill Manor. Usually descriptions indulge in hyperbole or the two best photos hide the less-than-elegant reality. Not the case here. This is the best BnB - ever. It's clean and plush, the innkeepers are consistently gracious, and the food is extraordinary. There really wasn't anything I wished had been different.
5 on March 20, 2016
Maple Hill Manor was a perfect getaway. The house was beautiful and the farm was like a dream. The service was exceptional and the food was out of this world! I look forward to planning another trip down there very soon!
4.6 on February 16, 2016
We spent Valentine's Day weekend here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Caring and knowledgeable innkeeper. Great breakfast! Alpacas and llamas a bonus.
5 on January 17, 2016
Our first stay at a B & B! Todd was our host for the evening & he was great! We stayed in the Abraham Lincoln Library, loved the fireplace & the bed was so comfortable, best nights sleep in a long time. Breakfast was wonderful, the lemon pancakes WOW I'd stay again just to have those pancakes! We visited the alpacas & lamas & the little shop onsite to purchase a couple of the alpaca fur bears to take home to the kids. We look forward to visiting again w/ a large group. I think it would be fun to rent the whole place as a group. Todd, thank you for the history lesson on the property & surrounding area.
5 on November 02, 2015
Our stay at the Maple Hill Manor Bed & Breakfast was absolutely amazing. It was a great location for our Kentucky Bourbon Trail weekend getaway. The breakfast served in the morning was incredible and a great way to start our whiskey tasting day! I would recommend the Maple Hill Manor Bed & Breakfast for a great weekend trip.
Featuring a high-arch Antique Queen-size Bed and Two Twin Beds with inlaid wood and six legs, all with luxury linens/extra-plush pillows and fiberbeds. The lovely wall covering is designed with tea roses and crested with crown molding. This rooms windows have beautiful views of the Wedding Gazebo & Flower Gardens and a lake of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Books written by Harriet Beecher Stowe can be found for you to enjoy. This room may adjoin with Clara Barton Room AND/OR the McElroy Honeymoon Hideaway for extended family or friends – ideally suited for Girlfriends Getaways. (Additional Guest Fees: $35/Adult or $20/Child 12 years or younger). SECOND FLOOR ROOM.
This regal, antique-appointed and spacious room features a grand, Romanesque-style wrought-iron canopy queen bed. It includes a 7-layer Blissful bed with deluxe fiberbed topper and luxurious 600-thread count Egyptian Cotton linens. There is a gas-log fireplace for added romantic ambiance and relaxing comfort. Three 9′ windows overlook the neighboring race horse farm, our Alpaca and Llama Fields, and the all-white flowering, “Butterfly Moon Garden” which glows at night. Elegant renovations and remarkable scenic views make this a truly romantic room for a wonderful, lasting memory! Full-size Roll-away Bed available for additional Guests. $35/Adult or $20/Child 12 years or younger. SECOND FLOOR ROOM.
This spacious Guest Room features a grand Half-Tester Queen-size Mahogany-carved Bed with an oversized pillow-top mattress and designer luxury linens. A gas-log fireplace and accent lighting provides for romantic ambience. Mahogany floor-to-ceiling bookcases containing hundreds of books and antique collectibles as well as many Abraham Lincoln’s writings and biographies are found throughout this room. One wall is beautifully paneled mahogany adorned with a well-known pose of contemplation of President Lincoln, giving this room a sophisticated, elegant feel. This room is a book-lover’s dream, ideally suited for those wanting a fireplace for enjoying a good book or simply a restful retreat. Three 9′ windows overlook the neighboring race horse farm and our all-white flowering, “Butterfly Moon Garden” which glows at night. The views from this rooms are gorgeous and provide the best views for a spectacular country sunsets. SECOND FLOOR ROOM.
Enjoy a grand, garden view from this beautiful, elegant room featuring Country-French Queen-size Bed and an antique Canopy Full-Size Bed with luxury linens. Ancient Maple Trees, right outside the windows, provide shade from the summer sun and the sweet whisper of Kentucky breezes. Views of the Wedding Gazebo & Flower Gardens as well as the front meadows of Alpaca & Llama Fields. May adjoin to the Harriet Beecher Stowe Room – making it ideal for extended family or friends, especially Girlfriend Getaways. (Additional Guest Fees: $35/Adult or $20/Child 12 years or younger). SECOND FLOOR ROOM.
Civil War Trail, Shaker Village, Bourbon Trail, Lincoln Homestead, Historic Bardstown, My Old KY Home, Countryside, Lakefront, Ranch, Small town, Wine country
Louisville, KY (SDF-Standiford Field) 55 miles
Accessible from Bluegrass Parkway(13 miles), I-65(25 miles), I-64(35 miles). Conveniently located near Bardstown(15 miles), Bloomfield,(15 miles), Lebanon(7 miles), Perryville(10 miles), Harrodsburg(20 miles), Danville(20 miles), and Campbellsville(25 miles). Just an hour from Louisville and Lexington. Only 2 hours from Nashville or Cincinnati. Only 2 1/2 hours from Knoxville or Indianapolis. Located on 2941 Perryville Rd./U.S. 150, 2 miles from downtown Springfield.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Lincoln and Civil War Heritage Trails, Kentucky Bourbon and Wine Trails, Kentucky Horse Park and Horse Farm Tours, Churchill Downs/Keeneland Race Course, Horse Farms - Riding Stables - Horse & Carriage, National & State Parks and Golf Courses, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn, Working Ranch, Farm
BBQ grill, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Piano, Secretarial services, Spa, TV Video games, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Movies, Games, Puzzles, Wii, Alpaca & Llama Farm, Farm Store, Homemade Desserts Each Evening, VIP Bourbon and Winery Tours, Limo Excursions too, 24-Hour Beverage Service, Luxury Linens, SPA Robes, and Custom Toiletries
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Stephen Foster Musical, Kentucky Horse Racing, Civil War Battlefields & Museums, Mammoth Cave Region, Railway Museum & Dinner Train, Bourbon Trail, Makers Mark, Heaven Hill, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports
Todd Allen and Tyler Horton
Dogs , Alpacas, Llamas, Horses
We enjoy historic preservation, cooking, gardening, antiquing, tending the orchard, caring for our farm animals, riding horses, and music.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten-Free upon advance request
Eggs in a Basket
Scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese baked inside a croissant, with the four points wrapped for the appearance of a basket.