We recently stayed at the Culbertson Mansion for 4 nights in the President's Room (has a bathtub w/shower). Another couple we were with stayed in the Annie Fellows Johnston Room (has an amazing old bathtub, but no shower). The entire property, including the rooms, was filled with antiques and was just amazing...like walking into a different era. There was so much to look at and at the same time I felt very "at home". The president's room was large with great windows looking over the street. The breakfast was very good every morning, and each morning something different and home cooked (biscuits & gravy, eggs & bacon) and fruit with burboun sauce every morning. Rudy, the gracious property owner made one guest eggs and toast instead of the planned breakfast as it was something she did not care for. Rudy having been in the city numerous years was very knowledgeable and helpful. The location was great as it is a few minutes from downtown & the fun Bardstown Road. There was a great Cafe (Third Street Cafe) in walking distance. I would definitely stay there again.