The Amos Shinkle Townhouse B&B was an unexpected stop on our trip. We were car camping and decided to get off the rainy road. Looking up Covington B&B's, the Amos Shinkle house popped up first. Since we had just been on that street and liked the location, we called. The host, Bernie, was gracious and said there was one room available for that night. The other B&Bers at breakfast the next morning told us that they'd stayed at the AST many times. A menu for breakfast included a choice of French toast, oatmeal, eggs any-style, fresh fruit, fresh pastries, orange juice, coffee and tea. It was delicious. Bernie had been mayor of Covington 20 years before. His knowledge of the area was prolific and fascinating. The room was beautiful with tall Georgian ceilings, comfortable bed and beautiful, tasteful antiques. The location is right near the bridge over the Ohio River to Cincinnati. The neighborhood is safe and there is free parking on site. We liked it so much that we stayed an extra night. We live on the west coast, but if we're back in the area again, we'd definitely plan to stay at the Amos Shinkle Townhouse B&B, depending on availability.
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