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Central Park Bed & Breakfast in Louisville, KY

Central Park Bed & Breakfast in Louisville, KY

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 1353 S 4th St, Louisville, KY, 40208

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    Comments (2):

    1. Kim S.
    This is absolutely my most favorite B&B!  The proprietors are very friendly and so helpful!  The food is to die for!  My family and I stayed here when we attended Pop's 80th birthday in April 2011.  The area is very pretty, the rooms are lovely, and everyone is so friendly.  The B&B is well situated and close to Churchill Downs and not far from Zappos Shoes!  When we had to leave earlier than the usual breakfast time to catch our flight home, we were served a yummy breakfast along with friendly smiles and well wishes for our return.  We felt as though we were leaving friends.  Loved it!

    23/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Monique F.
    Note to Yelp HQ: there should be an extra category for places like this. Robert and Eva deserve a 6th (or 7th) star for their wonderful B & B and hospitality. A five star rating doesn't do enough justice for the excellent stay we had here.

    They don't only open their home for you but their hearts too. Making you feel welcome beyond imagination. I doubt that all of my family and friends can make me feel so welcome.

    We arrived in the afternoon. The B & B is beautifully located at a park about 20 minutes walking from downtown Louisville. We were welcomed by Brenda who helps out Robert and Eva. Very pleasant. She even insisted to take my suitcase two floors up. Mind you, these suitcases are packed for a three weeks and somewhat roadtrip. Heavy is the right word. She showed us the house, the garden and pointed out the amenities in a very enthoustiastic way. Even spoke about the neigbourhood favorite places to eat.

    The Central Park room was excellent. Big, luxerious, spotless clean and a good combination of the Victorian and modern time (very comfy bed). For those who can't go without it: yes, there even is a big screen tv. We loved the shower, the towels and the bed. There are even bathrobes. Didn't try the big tub. And we usually miss, especially in B&B's, outlets. No worries, Robert (or Eva, let's not think in old role patterns) made sure there are enough.

    Breakfast is served in the old Victorian dining room, completely in style. And oh how I envy Eva's China, silver, chrystal ornaments and most of all, her cooking skills. You'll love, love, love them. Everything is equally creative, well prepared and delicious. And it smells so good around the house all day.......you really don't want to leave.

    Robert is a very nice guy you'll love to talk to. He encourages you to let him help you with tips where to eat and what to see. And being a former head of the Chamber of Commerce gives hem a headstart with knowledge and connections. And he just has marvellous stories.

    What more can I tell you? Everyday fresh cookies, cake and treats. Enough coffee, tea(s) and soda. A beautiful porch to sit on and drink fresh mint juleps. You'll feel pampered. We're thinking of applying as foster childs ;).

    We'll definitely come back. And since Louisville - The Netherlands is not an obvious route we'll plan trips around this place. Starting with the Kentucky Derby in 2015 =).

    And please excuse any grammar and spelling mistakes. English is not my first language. And if that isn't enough, my Apple device keeps trying to autocorrect the English words into 'proper Dutch'. Yes, you've guessed right: my first language.

    28/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0