Comfort and Quality are Tradition...
Each morning a full country breakfast is served in the Parkview Inn Restaurant. Selections change daily and include fruit and juices, cereal and home baked treats plus hot drinks to start off your day. Augusta affords many opportunities for a lunch-on-the go as well as gracious dining. Be sure to visit the well-known Parkview Inn Restaurant anytime for lunch and dinner. They have a great variety of entrees available.
The Parkview Inn is a perfect consideration for special functions:
weddings, reunions, group retreats, meetings, conferences, and receptions.
Ask about special group rates and packages. Our in house planner will assist you in designing your perfect event! Contact us today with your reservation! Click here to view the rooms.
The original structure of the inn was built in the early 1800's when Augusta was quickly establishing itself as a prominent shipping harbor, as well as an educational and cultural center, in the commonwealth of Kentucky. Like many Inns of the era, the Parkview was also home to a quaint tavern, now the receiving lobby of the inn.
The historical register inn features spacious common rooms including a receiving lobby and dining rooms where art, antiques and books around. You will find the balance of comfort and elegance most inviting.
There are ten guest rooms, which include a suite and a room on the first floor for handicap. The rooms range from gracious to cozy each offering its own distinct personality reflective of the area's rich heritage.
Each guest room is furnished with decor befitting it's theme, interesting antiques, towels and bath needs. Every amenity has been provided including television, VCR, and videos for your enjoyment.
Augusta is a scenic drive no matter what direction you come from. When you are here you will feel "far away" from everything. You are, it seems, suddenly in the rural south. Driving to Augusta you will see burley tobacco leaves drying in barns, trees overhanging the road, railroad tracks, and the Augusta ferry crossing the wide blue waters of the Ohio River.
Points of Interest:
Late 1700's Stone House
Part of the Mary Ingles Trail
Birthplace of Famous American Artist Stephen Alke
Augusta Park and Bandstand
Site of Civil War Battle and Civil War Monument
Stephen C Foster Family Horse - American Composer
Veteran's War Memorial
WW I and WW II Memorial
White Hall ancestral home of General George C Marshall
Augusta River Park, and boat dock
Historic Riverside Drive Homes and
Civil War gun iron foundry
The Augusta Knoedler Library
Homes of famous movie star family - Nick & Nina Clooney, George Clooney, Rosemary Clooney and Dante DiPaolo
Augusta Ferry (one of the last remaining on The Ohio River)
Robert Schoolfield Log School (c.1795)
General Store, dining, gift and antique shops
1811 Augusta Jail
The Rotary Club - Railroad Caboose Park
Birthplace of Stuart Walker Armstrong (famous early movie director)
The Payne House - General John Payne served in cavalry under William Henry Harrison. Major stop on the underground railroad.
White Hall - Built by author Thome, an early emancipator, 1st family in Kentucky to free their slaves
The Augusta Wine Cellar
Birthplace of Ms. America 2000
The Piedmont Art Gallery
Depending on the selection of your accommodations, whether it is a room in the Parkview Country Inn, one of the Apartments or the Log Cabin Retreat, the rates do vary. A 10% discount applies for single occupancy. See the breakdown of the rates below on each of the rooms, so you can decide which is best for you.
Our nightly room rates include nightly accommodations, a full breakfast and use of all recreational equipment and amenities. Please contact our reservations desk at 606-756-2603 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to ask for group, special events and corporate reservations and prices.
Payment: Deposit is 50% of room rate. Visa and personal or travelers checks are accepted.
Cancellation Policy: Your full deposit is refunded if your cancellations notice is received at least 7 days prior to your reservations.
Restrictions: Smoking in designated areas only. No Pets (there is pet boarding nearby). Children are always welcome.
I've visited this Inn many times when in the area and even when I'm not we make the short trip from cincinnati to enjoy the hospitality and friendly service from the owners,Phil and Jenny Price! One only has to say and you feel the warmest of welcomes and a great array of foods and desserts!