Kentucky Agritourism & Farm Stays

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Escape to the Country and discover how much fun Kentucky Farms can be! Extend your stay with a truly hands-on experience, by staying overnight at a Kentucky Farm Stay B&B.

Agritourism in Kentucky is widespread and many of our farms and businesses welcome visitors. Below are helpful suggestions and trails for you to reference. Use the Interest Finder below to plan a trip to the country. Combined with a B&B, these provide for wonderfully unique farm trips across Kentucky - fun for the entire family.

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Country Charm Historic Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 859-988-1006


Lexington (Paris), Kentucky
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Snug Hollow Farm B&B

Phone: 606-723-4786


Berea (Irvine), Kentucky
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Country Girl at Heart Farm B&B

Phone: 270-531-5276
Toll Free: 877-STA-4AYL
Welcome to our Kentucky family farm bed and breakfast! Everyone here is committed to an environmentally-friendly way of living, working, and eating. 140 acres including all-natural produce garden, fields and woods. Year-round, our all-natural pastures are home to chickens, goats, ducks, horses, dogs, & cats. On occasional months throughout the year baby chicks, kittens, or goat kids are maturing in our barns, or perhaps youíll get to see a herd of grass-finished beef cattle gently grazing

Smiths Grove (Munfordville), Kentucky
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Mountain Springs Inn

Phone: 606-965-2789


McKee, Kentucky
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Halcomb's Knob B&B

Phone: 859-925-9936


Berea (Paint Lick), Kentucky
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Essence of the Bluegrass Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 859-255-0067


Ashland (Lexington), Kentucky
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First Farm Inn

Phone: 859-586-0199


Cincinnati (Petersburg), Kentucky
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Wren's Nest Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 270-542-6315


Russellville, Kentucky
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First Farm Inn

Phone: 859-586-0199

Bring your family to ride horses at First Farm Inn, kick the ball for soccer-obsessed border-collie mix Odo, play with the kitties, rock on the porch, read on the swings, and fish, row or paddle in the pond. Visit the Farmerís Market in Burlington, just seven miles down a scenic, winding road. Stop by Dinsmore Homestead and learn about farming in the 1840s. Continue down KY 18 to Historic Rabbit Hash General Store and see how shopping was done in the 1830s, skip stones in the Ohio River...

Cincinnati (Petersburg), Kentucky
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First Farm Inn

Phone: 859-586-0199

Check into First Farm Inn, an 1870s vintage German farmhouse, renovated with all the amenities found in top-flight hotels including free wifi. Explore the historic pegged barn with hand-hewn beams and tobacco rails. After your all-you-can eat healthy breakfast, wind down one of KentuckyâÄôs wild and scenic highways to tour Dinsmore Homestead, an 1840s farm run by five generations of women, including the first female congresswoman in the U.S. See an elk shot by Teddy Roosevelt and sent to the Dinsmores. Continue your journey along the Ohio River to Rabbit Hash General Store, maintained as the community core since the 1830s. Enjoy a sarsaparilla or root beer (or real beer) and some music if someone is playing around the stove or on the outdoor stage. After a little respite, head a few more miles SE to Big Bone Lick State Park, where the largest collection of mammoth and mastodon skeletons ever found in the U.S. were discovered in the early 1700s. Thomas Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark to bring bones back to the White House, where he put together the skeleton of the long-extinct giant ground sloth.

Cincinnati (Petersburg), Kentucky
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Bear Wallow Belles B&B

Phone: 270-453-3570


Bowling Green (Cave City), Kentucky
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The Farm, LLC

Phone: 859.583.0244
Toll Free: 888.726.3408

Harrodsburg (Danville), Kentucky
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Side Saddle Inn

Phone: (859) 333-3438


Georgetown (Cynthiana), Kentucky
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Rosecrest Farm

Phone: (859) 987-7500


Lexington (Paris), Kentucky
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Southern Grace Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 270-422-7974
Toll Free: 855 LUX STAY
Come meet our alpacas, Jack, Zak, Macy, and her baby Gracie! Our growing alpaca farm is just ONE of the ways animal and farm lovers can enjoy themselves. Here at Southern Grace Bed and Breakfast, guests can enjoy themselves by collecting eggs, feeding the chickens or alpacas, and picking berries. Baby chicks are plentiful, and our pond has 24 inch catfish, 8-10 lb bass, bluegill, and others. You can also see the sheepdog Dumas. He is guaranteed to lay there, but you can pet there if you'd like.

Louisville (Brandenburg), Kentucky
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The Ashley Inn

Phone: 859-548-4922
Toll Free: 888-548-4922

Danville (Bryantsville), Kentucky
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Bluegrass Country Estate

Phone: 502-222-2009
Toll Free: 877-229-2009

Louisville (LaGrange), Kentucky
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Southern Grace Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 270-422-7974
Toll Free: 855 LUX STAY
At Southern Grace Bed and Breakfast, it is not uncommon to see wild turkey, great blue heron, wild ducks, and an occasional deer and fox. In the wintertime we watch birds as we keep feeders full. There is nothing like a gorgeous snow covered ground with red cardinals all around! During the spring and summer, you can enjoy watching the butterflies by the flower garden. Evening offers stargazing and listening to sounds of whippoorwills, frogs, and crickets. You can even try to catch a firefly!

Louisville (Brandenburg), Kentucky
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Farm House Inn

Phone: 606-376-7383


Parkers Lake, Kentucky
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Spongie Acres Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 270-495-9545


Bowling Green, Kentucky
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Blue Heron Retreat Center and B&B

Phone: 859-527-0186


Lexington (Richmond), Kentucky
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Swann's Nest Inn

Phone: 859-226-0095


Versailles (Lexington), Kentucky
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Pillow & Paddock Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 502-222-4372


Louisville (LaGrange), Kentucky
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First Farm Inn

Phone: 859-586-0199

Really Learn to Ride at First Farm Inn Horsemanship at First Farm Inn includes learning to think like a horse, groom, saddle, mount and ride. Whether you rode as a child, have only been away from horses for a short time, or have never touched a horse; First Farm Inn has a friendly and colorful equine you'll enjoy. Practice in the riding arena, demonstrate your leadership ability to your horse, then go on to ride up and down the hills and through the woods. Two-hour sessions $65 per person, gift certificates, call for information and to schedule 859-586-0199 First Farm Inn, 2510 Stevens Road, Petersburg, Ky 41080, 859-586-0199, email: info@firstfarminn,com www.firstfarminn.com

Cincinnati (Petersburg), Kentucky
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Aunt Polly's B&B

Phone: 270.312.3309


Hodgenville, Kentucky
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Yellow Carriage House

Phone: (502) 376-9257


Louisville (Simpsonville), Kentucky
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Dan Krist Bed & Breakfast

Phone: (270) 242-4571


Falls of the Rough (Leitchfield), Kentucky
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1851 Historic Maple Hill Manor B&B and Alpaca & Llama Farm

Phone: 859-336-3075
Toll Free: 800-886-7546
Specializing in Suri Alpacas which represent only 2% of the overall Alpaca population in the world. Maple Hill Manor is one of the first farms in Kentucky to raise Alpacas and Llamas! These rare and exotic South American animals are as beautiful as they are fascinating. The fleece of the Alpaca, especially the Suri Breed, is considered to be one of the finest fibers in the world! We breed, board, show, sell, and feature fiber products in our onsite Farm Store. Groups Welcomed with Advance Notice

Bardstown (Springfield), Kentucky
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Lyndon House Bed & Breakfast

Phone: 859-420-2683

Horse Farm Tour Package -Starting at $249 Lexington has been called the Horse Capital of the World! Come and let us show you why. Stay at the beautiful Lyndon House and explore Lexington's Equine heritage. Fresh flowers and a bottle of champagne will be waiting for you in the room. We will book a Horse Farm Tour for two persons, which includes: * Pick up from the Lyndon House * Visit to the Keeneland Race Course * Tour of a working Horse Farm * Tour Old Friends Equine-Thoroughbred Retirement Farm But that's not all, the next morning we will prepare a delicious breakfast you will not forget. Then... since you are already here, why not stay an extra night for only $159.

Lexington, Kentucky
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