Definitely 50s, and like many of those born during that decade, getting a bit frayed around the edges. Very nice staff. I don't mind these motels with the rooms around a courtyard/parking area, but there is nothing exceptional about this one and most are quite a bit cheaper. Bardstown must be a swinging town given the prices - but it was a Sunday that we stayed, and apparently it closes on Sundays. On the other hand, nothing bad happened.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the Commonwealth, Bardstown is the site of My Old Kentucky Home - the state shrine and subject of composer Stephen Foster's legendary song. Stephen Foster-The Musical, one of the longest running outdoor musicals in the United States, plays each summer.These are only two of the dozens of attractions and festivals that make the Bardstown area a first-class tourist destination..When visiting Bardstown you'll want to call the Best Western General Nelson Inn home. Conveniently nestled between the knobs of central Kentucky, Bardstown is located 35 miles south of Louisville, about 16 miles off Highway I-65. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Bardstown
- Bardstown Best Western