When in Louisville, stay in a historic bed and breakfast to relish the history, lifestyle, and cuisine of antebellum Kentucky. Tucker House is set on five acres of striking beauty -- with woods, gardens, and a spring-fed lake. You may take in the beautiful landscape from the comfort of the decks or brick patio, or you might choose to explore the area more completely by putting on hiking boots and old clothes and roaming the woods around the lake. Your sights will include the original stone spring house, a dry-laid masonry wall, and the quarry that supplied the stone for the foundation of Tucker House and its outbuildings over 162 years ago. Nature, history, and tranquility seem to co-exist in this place.
This B&B was beautiful, and the hosts were absolutely wonderful. The room was very well furnished, and the bed was very comfortable. The only regret I have is not being able to use the pool because it was too cold! If we head back down there, we will be staying here again :)