June and her family treated us to a wonderful weekend of wine, fantastic food , and Massages at the February Women’s wellness weekend. The rooms were clean and very attractive. The price was very affordable and worth every penny. I encourage every women to treat herself and her BFF to this weekend retreat!
I never write reviews, but was so impressed with June and Jeffrey (The Owners), their two adult daughters were awesome as well, that I felt compelled to write one. They went out of their way to ensure that our stay was not only enjoyable, but perfect!!! The winery they own and is fifty feet away from the BnB has some awesome dry reds to sample and the price was so great that we had to cut our bourbon trail experience to make sure that we made it back in time to buy a case to take home with us. The two breakfasts my wife and I had were great and so filling that we could not each lunch either day. There were five other couples enjoying the same experience and as we talked at and after breakfast, everyone else felt the same about their stay. We only traveled their with one other couple, so their was not bias from the others. We only sampled a small portion of the Bourbon Trail and when we go back to sample more, we will definitely stay at Springhill Plantation- Winery and BnB…
My husband and I stayed here 3 days and had a wonderful time. Great food, nice winery, and great innkeepers. The front parlor is a great game room. Lots of rooms for a family reunion. June is very friendly and loves to tell you the history and stories about nearby places.
On our way back from Nashville, we booked a room at the Springhill B&B, and it was a highlight of our trip. The building is beautifully decorated and so pretty. The breakfast was really excellent, and we enjoyed our hosts’ company. We got to sample wine and enjoyed enough to bring some back with us. It’s conveniently located to the Stephen Foster Story which is an enjoyable musical production that is staged outdoors. I highly recommend. Also, Bardstown, the most beautiful little town in America, is close by. I suggest going to the soda fountain inside the town drug store and having a Vanilla Coke with a pimento cheese sandwich. The Springhill is a wonderful place to stay. You can also sample bourbons and tour distilleries nearby. I’d definitely like to go back.
My friend and I went for a night away and didn't know what to expect! The house was beautiful the food was very tasty! And the new family that runs the place made us feel super comfortable and made sure we had everything we needed or wanted. They even brought us coffee the next morning outside in a pretty tea set. Wine slushy might be the best thing ever! So good! We will be back! - Antone and Holly
Springhill Plantation, we stayed here in the Bed and Breakfast. This was recommended to us and it didn’t disappoint. June and Jeff have a great thing here and we so appreciated their hospitality. The house and rooms are beautiful and wonderfully decorated. It’s minutes away from Bardstown close to distilleries and wineries. It’s run as a family business and they made us feel at home and we already look forward to going back. There is a winery on property. Tasting room onsite.
What a wonderful old plantation home to stay the weekend!! We did a bourbon bus tour to several distilleries that picked us up at the B&B. Enjoyed our very comfortable beds and tasty breakfast each morning. The murder mystery dinner was coordinated by the B&B, and everyone had a great time. A great place to share time with other fun couples!!! Thanks June and Jeff on your wonderful wines and foods!!!
We stayed at the B and B and loved our time. The winery was fun and the house very quaint. Breakfast was amazing and we enjoyed our time talking with Jeff and June. Will definitely be back with a larger group.
We stopped at the winery having no idea what to expect. We had more fun than I can begin to tell you. Mary Ann was a true delight. Very good wine in a beautiful setting. I recommend it to all. We sat and talked and tasted wine for quite a long time. Would love to return.
With the exception of the hash brown casserole, breakfasts were good, and even the casserole was good one morning. There's a winery with pleasant offerings on site, and one of the two winery staffers we met was pleasant as well. Wi-fi was spotty, but it is a big old house; more notable was the fact that our room didn't seem designed for leisure, with no bedside tables or television, and lighting in the room was such that I could see clearly to read when I lay on my side but not my back. The B&B is next to the Bluegrass Parkway, and while passing traffic wasn't that bad at night it could be an issue for other light sleepers. Those who are deathly allergic to wasps should be advised that we killed a few in our room during the course of our stay and found the bodies of a few others. While I don't know that the B&B was responsible for the following, I would be remiss as a TripAdvisor reviewer not to mention it. About halfway through our stay itchy red bumps appeared on my body; upon examining me, my doctor asked if I had been hiking in the woods recently or had played with a dog who spent time in wooded areas, which I hadn't. He said that I'd been bitten by insects of some kind and prescribed a skin cream which I apply twice daily. My wife slept in the same bed at the B&B and hasn't shown symptoms; on the other hand, we've slept in the same bed at home for years without incident.…