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Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 1332 S 4th St, Louisville, KY, 40208 Hotels in Louisville, KY Bed & Breakfast in Louisville, KY
1. Sara B.
My husband and I wanted to visit some friends in Louisville just for a night and booked our stay at Inn at the Park. Our innkeeper was welcoming and gracious, and the place is absolutely gorgeous and well maintained. All the homes in the area are gorgeous and the view of the park is so nice--it's really a great ambience for a little relaxing get away (leave your kids at home and do your fellow travelers a favor :)).
The floors are creaky so I was nervous I wouldn't sleep well because I would hear other guests, but didn't hear a peep! We stayed in The Mayor Suite and found it so cozy and quiet.
The wine stations on every floor are wonderful (we had fun sipping a few glasses and roaming the house exploring before going out to dinner) and the breakfast was nice, with extra points for presentation with the fine crystal.
We will definitely return for another night sometime!
24/11/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Suzanne B.
I didn't stay here as a guest, but got a great view of the place nonetheless.
This was the first stop on the 2014 Old Louisville Holiday Homes Tour in the Central Park neighborhood. Immediately upon walking into the bed and breakfast, you'll notice the beautiful wood that surrounds the foyer, from the paneling on the walls to the stately staircase. When I was there, a grand piano tinkled away with a cheery tune.
To the left, you move through the parlor to the real treat of the first floor: the dining room. It was arranged as an ideal breakfast spot, with a long table for sharing a meal with other guests and several small two-person tables for a quieter dining experience. The real treasure of this room is the original fireplace. Surrounded by Rookwood Pottery tiles and with a split flue to allow a window over the mantle, it had been carefully kept in the 100+ years of the home's existence and still retained its grandeur.
Upstairs were a number of tastefully-appointed bedrooms. Downstairs, through a cozy updated kitchen was a spacious back porch with several couches and armchairs. On a lazy summer day, this would be the perfect place to retreat with a good book, and steal a glance at the garden or the park across the street. I can't imagine a better place to recommend to my out of town guests wanting a unique and charming place to stay when they visit!
29/12/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0