We really enjoyed our stay at the Montgomery Inn. I'm puzzled with some of the critical reviews. Don't stay in a 100 year old house if you expect everything to be pristine and look brand new! The antiques and creaky floors are what make a place like this so charming. We stayed in the Colonial suite and it was very clean and beautifully decorated. Lots of antiques. Breakfast was great and Pam even made us a breakfast to take with us when we needed to leave early one morning. We hit lots of distilleries and a great horse tour in the area and liked that we were within walking distance of downtown Versailles. We liked the cute Bourbon bar downtown and were excited that there was a street fair with a band on Saturday evening. We loved walking a different way downtown each evening to look at different historical houses in the neighborhood. We also loved her adorable inn dog, Sadie! What a sweetheart. We would stay here again.…
The Montgomery Inn is an interesting property. We loved the Innkeeper Pam who was warm, entertaining and knowledgeable. We loved the location and as best we could tell, it is the best place to stay in the region. We had breakfast and dinner there which were both very good. However, we were disappointed with the condition of the inn and the absence of some features. Regarding the condition, we stayed in the Victorian Suite. We found the carpet to be badly stained and furniture finishes to be well worn. Regarding features, there was no air conditioner control for our room and the room was HOT which led us to not sleep well. Also, there was no cable TV; only ROKU was offered. There were also no instructions regarding how to use the TV remotes; use was not intuitive. To enter the office and dining room, one walks through the kitchen. I was surprised at the layout and more importantly, how cluttered was the kitchen. I am sure it was clean as it would be cited if it wasn't but its appearance surely prompted a question in my mind. Be great if there was a decluttering effort! We were there with another couple who stayed in a room that was in better shape and did have air conditioning they controlled. What we experienced may be room specific. The cost per night seemed high given our experience -- at roughly $400 per night. We expected but did not have a Ritz Carlton or Four Seasons experience. The place has tremendous potential. Lots of opportunity to make it very special. I hope Pam provides the updates -- at least to the Victorian Suite.…
We arrived to a parking lot filled with a couple of construction vehicles and had to play musical parking spots with the work vehicles. The property is very dark and the room we stayed in was also dark. The innkeeper is friendly and the coffee was spot on. The food is average at best. Plenty of room for improvement.
The inn keeper remembered us from 10 years ago! The Admiral suite was huge—full jacuzzi and an additional shower and full bathroom. Breakfast was a yummy waffle and sausage patty with Community coffee and OJ. Great stop on the road and parking was a breeze.
I traveled alone and stayed 2 nights, in the Maple Suite. The bed was extremely comfortable and the sheets super soft. Pam was attentive and breakfasts were wonderful. The property was very clean, as always. I noticed a new roof and several updates since the last time we stayed. I especially was impressed by the massage chair in the front parlor and highly recommend.
This B &B had several good things: (1) the room was very clean, (2) the furniture was good quality and in great shape, (3) the English Suite, in which we stayed, was very large for a B & B, (4) the B & B was very quiet, and (5) the owner was willing to fix us breakfast a little earlier than planned. However, there were several bad things that will keep us from ever returning. Most importantly, the room smelled horrible -- very musty. My husband said it smelled like his grandparents' house. It was so bad that we had to leave the door standing open for a few hours, just to be able to stand it. (Luckily it was raining, so no bugs flew in.) In addition, the entire B & B needs maintenance. There were several small tiles missing from our bathroom floor, water dripped on my head when we walked in the main entrance, and there were small trees growing in the gutters. Whoever painted the bathroom in the English Suite was very sloppy; there was gray paint splattered on the white trim and on the bathtub. This B & B was not worth the price.…
We had a wonderful stay at Montgomery Inn. The Innkeeper is friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive. Our room was just as described on the website; we particularly enjoyed the jacuzzi after a long day of exploring the area. Breakfast was delicious. We particularly appreciated the level of safety provided in the time of Covid. We highly recommend Montgomery Inn BnB.
Pam was wonderful and so was our stay. The room was extremely comfortable, especially the bed, and it was quiet. We will definitely will be going back. Her breakfasts were delicious and the dining room is exquisite. Just simply beautiful. George and Christy
We loved our stay at this quaint little bed and breakfast. Pam, the innkeeper, is fun and works hard to give excellent customer service. We had a delicious breakfast in a train car style dining room. It really felt like taking a step back in time. This is one of the few stops my husband and I made on our honeymoon through Kentucky. We hope to stay again in the future. Since all of the rooms are uniquely decorated, we hope to try another room next time. Our room was "The Tuscan", and it was delightful with a jacuzzi tub and electric fireplace.
The accommodations were nice and in a quiet neighborhood. The noise from the hall and second floor was a bit excessive but not too annoying. The breakfast was hearty and unique and takes place in a 'train car.'