Embark on a Haunted Adventure in Kentucky This Fall

October 13th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Haunted Adventure in KentuckyKentucky is known for a lot of things: horses, spirited adventures, bourbon, picturesque rolling hills, and, of course, Bluegrass music.  However, there’s also another side to Kentucky worth discovering this fall; a haunted side. There are plenty of ghost stories, urban legends, and spooky places throughout the state of Kentucky just waiting to be discovered.  There’s no better time than the month of October to put a little fright into your life.  This fall, join us at any one of our Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts, and discover the haunted side of Kentucky.

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Bright Fall Colors Light up the Hills of Kentucky

September 26th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Fall Color at Kentucky Bed and BreakfastsAll across the beautiful state of Kentucky, Mother Nature’s annual fall color show is showing hints of what’s to come this year. Though many consider New England to be the country’s primary fall foliage destination, there are a number of reasons to plan a fall escape to Kentucky’s colorful countryside instead.  Here, you’ll find vast swathes of forested land, making Kentucky one of the best places in the country to view fall’s colorful display.  In fact, nearly 47 percent of Kentucky’s land is covered in such forests, all with 175 different species of trees to enjoy during the crisp fall months.  Book a getaway at any of our Kentucky Inns, and come enjoy the vibrant shades of red, the fiery blaze of orange, and the bright pops of yellow and gold this fall.  

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Adventure Along Kentucky’s Great River Road

September 9th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Birding on the Great River Road in KentuckyFall is rapidly approaching, and that means it’s time to get outside and discover Kentucky’s unbelievable beauty. From the rolling hills of Kentucky’s Horse Country to world-renowned outdoor adventure all across the state, Kentucky’s unbridled spirit continually guides us towards new adventures.  This fall, discover nature’s beauty along the Great River Road. While there, revel in one of fall’s most stunning wonders; the fall bird migration. Book your next adventure at one of our exquisite Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts.

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Discover the Birthplace of Bourbon

August 22nd, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Kentucky Bourbon CountryBourbon Country is arguably one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state.  Here, you’ll find popular towns like Bardstown, Frankfort, Lebanon, Lexington, Owensboro, and Louisville, among others.  Bourbon, heralded as the original American spirit, was created right here in Kentucky. Whether you’d like to tour one of the many local distilleries, sample some of Kentucky’s finest spirits, or dive deep into the history of this spirited drink, a tour through Bourbon Country should be at the top of your itinerary when you visit Kentucky.  Find any one of our spectacular Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts, and book your trip today!

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Find a New Fishing Spot in Kentucky This Summer

August 12th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Kentucky FishingIt’s undeniable that for many generations of Kentuckians, fishing is a much-loved pastime. Blessed with more flowing water than many other states, fishing is a year-round activity. With 17 different reservoirs and plenty of lakes, rivers, and streams throughout the state, it’s never been easier to find your daily catch, either. Whether it’s Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake in the west, or the Cumberland River and Lake Cumberland in the southeast, this summer is a great time to discover a new favorite place to fish.  When it’s time to choose lodging for your great adventure, make sure to look at our wonderful group of Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts. Find your favorite today!

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The Best Outdoor Recreation in Western Kentucky

July 25th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Western Kentucky Outdoor RecreationIn a state as diverse and interesting as Kentucky, there’s never a dull moment. In fact, in Kentucky there are thousands of miles of land and water trails to explore, and a variety of adrendaline-pumping activities to take part in. Whether it’s the lakes and caves of Western Kentucky, the central rolling hills where horses and bourbon reign supreme, or the rugged hills of Daniel Boone Country and the Kentucky Appalachians in the east, Kentucky is home to a variety of distinct regions.  Though each region is different in their own right, the unbridled spirit that runs through the veins of Kentucky natives can be found everywhere you go. No where else is this more true than in the western reaches of Kentucky.  Come explore the unbeatable outdoor recreation in rough-and-tumble Western Kentucky this summer.  Book a room at any one of our incredible Kentucky Inns, and discover the fascinating western corner of this amazing state.

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Get Wet in Kentucky’s Lake Cumberland

July 15th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Lake Cumberland, KentuckyWhen the summer heats up, we all look for places to cool off and get wet.  In Kentucky, the best place to escape the heat is in the Southern Lakes Region.  One of the most popular places for a little water-based summer fun in this beautiful area is Lake Cumberland.  As one of the 10 largest manmade lakes in the country, Lake Cumberland encompasses 63,000 acres and more than 1,200 miles of shoreline. Whether you’re into fishing, boating, or just relaxing, Kentucky’s Lake Cumberland is waiting for you.  Search for your favorite Kentucky Bed and Breakfast in the Southern Lakes Region, and get ready for the vacation of a lifetime.    

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Go Underground at Mammoth Cave National Park

June 28th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Mammoth Cave National Park, KentuckyThe warm, relaxing months of summer are finally here, and Kentucky is ready to show you a good time.  Each year, visitors to Kentucky come in search of one thing; adventure.  This year, it’s your turn to experience the unique, unbridled spirit of Kentucky that has captivated so many.  Head underground into Mammoth Cave National Park, one of Kentucky’s most famous cave systems.  This place, dubbed a “grand, gloomy, and peculiar” place by Stephen Bishop, will certainly not disappoint.  Book a room at any of our incredible Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts, and get ready to experience a Kentucky like you’ve never known before.

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Best Summer Activities Across Kentucky

June 15th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Summer Activities KentuckyAnother warm and adventurous Kentucky summer is knocking on our door, and it’s time to get outside to enjoy all of the wonderful things this state has to offer. With thousands of miles of land and water trails and an incredible range of summer activities to choose from, there is no better place to be this summer than beautiful Kentucky.  Choose from a tremendous variety of state parks and recreational areas, discover the diverse trails both above and below ground, and get a feel for the land where Bluegrass was born. Whether it’s in horse country or beyond, discover Kentucky’s unbridled spirit in every facet of it’s unique personality. Book a stay at any of our incredible Kentucky Inns, and experience a Kentucky like you’ve never known before.

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Discover Craft Beer on the Brewgrass Trail

May 20th, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

craft beer KentuckyIt’s no secret that Kentuckians are fans of their drinks.  Kentucky is, afterall, the birthplace of bourbon and home to the ever-popular Mint Julep.  However, despite being at the forefront of the bourbon scene, craft beer has slowly started to creep into the spotlight. Though it was once only relegated to hipster cities like Portland or beer-loving states like Wisconsin, the craft beer scene has been growing at an increasingly fast pace and making a name for itself in markets the country over.  In Kentucky, the craft brew scene has found it’s home in Lexington, where small batch, high quality craft beer offerings have been cropping up along the Brewgrass Trail.  Find a Kentucky Inn to stay at this summer, and come sip cold brews with us during the hot summer days.

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