We love Old Louisville and this is one of the best B & Bs we have stayed at on our yearly trips.
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We just got back from Louisville, where we spent one night at the Inn at the Park B&B. It's not often you get to sleep in the home of a genuine, 19th century railroad baron, but that's what I@tP is. It's a beautiful place, with soaring ceilings, great woodwork, a fantastic fireplace in the dining room, and a truly great staircase. It's reasonably priced, too.
The house is in the old, stately part of town so there was plenty of good architecture to look at. The owners were very friendly and recommended a fine restaurant (Buck's) that made our night. I have no trouble recommending the Inn at the Park to you!.
If we'd made reservations earlier we'd have gone for a larger one
This is an incredible bed and breakfast. The house is breathtakingly beautiful, and the rooms are comfortable, big, well appointed, and just great! Superb location. And the breakfast was just delicious. You won't leave unrested or hungry - don't miss this spectacular place.
Since having a new baby 9mos ago, my husband and I needed some "us time" to rekindle the romance and relax on our own schedule! Inn at the Park was the perfect choice for us! The house was beautiful, decorated in tasteful antiques and colors that were far from some of the over-the-top, gawdy other historical B&B's we have seen. Our room was bright, spacious, and pretty. Our hosts were friendly and accommodating, without being intrusive. Breakfast was leisurely & yummy. We appreciated that they had a wide window of time available that we could decide when we wanted to come down for breakfast. They have complimentary red wine available on every floor, as well as a fridge with drinks and snacks. You must take some time to lounge on the back porch...an evening with wine or in the morning with coffee. Delightful! We hope to be back soon...maybe after the next baby!!
Within walking distance, about 1 block, is Buck's fine dining restaurant. A must if you enjoy good food, good wine, and live piano. The flour-less chocolate torte is AMAZING!!
The inn is in historic Old Louisville, which is a beautiful part of the city, that has many beautiful homes, and a distinct "southern" feel... the Inn itself is beautiful also, and the room we stayed in "the bridal suite was large, had a large seperate bathroom and was very luxurious... the inn was a little pricey, but seemed competetive with the b&b's around the same area...
Great location in historical Louisville. Rooms were spacious, clean and decorated for the time period. Breakfasts were plentiful and delicious. Wine, bourbon, coffee, tea, and soft drinks were complimentary, as were cookies, snacks and chocolates. A park located across the street allows for walking, biking or tennis throughout the day. An outdoor porch with ceiling fans allows for a cool and comfortable place to enjoy a book and relax at the end of each day. Very convenient to the sites of Louisville.