Warm Up on the Urban Bourbon Trail of Kentucky

January 31st, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Urban Bourbon Trail in Louisville, KentuckyBourbon Country is arguably one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state of Kentucky.  Towns encompassed in this region include Bardstown, Frankfort, Lebanon, Lexington, Owensboro, and Louisville, among others.  Kentucky Bourbon is considered to be the original American spirit. 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. One great way to sample a variety of bourbons in a small space is to follow the Urban Bourbon Trail in Louisville. To complement your trip, we recommend settling into the finest hospitality Kentucky has to offer by staying at any of our Bed and Breakfasts.  Find a nearby Bed and Breakfast from our member list, and book your trip today!

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Discover Kentucky’s Most Romantic Destinations

January 20th, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Romantic Getaway Destinations in KentuckyValentines Day is just around the corner, and love is in the air. We think February is the perfect time to get in touch with your inner romantic!  In honor of Valentines Day this year, we thought it would be fun to take a look at all of the wonderful and romantic activities Kentucky has in store for you, and why it makes such a perfect honeymoon destination or romantic getaway. From the rolling hills of Bluegrass Country to the rugged mountains of the east, the picturesque backdrop of Kentucky is the perfect place for romance.  No matter how you choose to spend your time, let your romantic getaway begin at one of our spectacular member Bed and Breakfasts.  Browse our selection of Inns today, and book your stay at the Inn that speaks to you most.

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Visit the Birthplace of Bluegrass This Winter

December 31st, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

International Bluegrass Music Museum in KentuckyOutdoors lovers flock to the beautiful, adventurous state of Kentucky throughout the year.  It’s truly a 4-season destination, with plenty to see and do no matter what is happening with the weather. Even during these colder, winter months, hiking trails and parks are open, underground cave systems are still accessible, and the wilderness is calling your name. But there is more to do than just get adventurous in the great outdoors. How about a visit to to the International Bluegrass Music Museum this winter?

When you’re ready to book your lodging, there’s no finer choice than a Kentucky Bed and Breakfast.  Each Inn is unique, and provides the best in comfort and hospitality.  Find a Bed and Breakfast that is closest to where you plan to be, and book your room with them today.

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Winter Wildlife Viewing in Kentucky

December 20th, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Wildlife Viewing in Kentucky This WinterThough there are plenty of fantastic indoor attractions across the state of Kentucky where you’re guaranteed to stay warm and dry, there’s really no reason to avoid the outdoors this winter. The colder winter weather isn’t a deterrent for most when it comes to getting outside in Kentucky. It just so happens that tapping into your adventurous spirit is an easy task in the beautiful state of Kentucky, no matter the time of year. In fact, when the winter months arrive in Kentucky, opportunities for wildlife viewing grow, and include things like organized trips to experience elk, bald eagles, sandhill cranes, and many other types of wildlife in their natural winter habitats. Kentucky is a great place to visit, even in the winter! And, to make your trip even better, at the end of your adventurous day, one of our magnificent member Bed and Breakfasts will be waiting to provide you a warm and cozy respite from the cold. Find an Inn, and book your stay with them today!

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Visit the Kentucky Horse Park This Winter

November 28th, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Visit the Kentucky Horse ParkEveryone knows, or at least should know, that horses are at the very center of life in Kentucky.  Our modern world may have less demand for horses, but that doesn’t change the fact that there will always be a special connection to horses in the hearts and minds of Kentuckians.  Horses are, after all, a defining feature of the state’s culture, and are but one aspect of the incredible adventures that await you here in Kentucky.  One visit to a Kentucky horse farm or, and you’ll feel that connection we have to horses that runs deep and true. There’s one destination above all others for horse lovers in Kentucky, and that is the Kentucky Horse Park.  There are a number of Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts nearby, too, which offer you the perfect choice for lodging while you’re here.  Find an Inn, then come experience Kentucky’s horse culture up close and personal this winter.

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Plan Ahead for the 2017 Holidays in Kentucky

November 6th, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Spend the Holidays at a Kentucky Bed and BreakfastWe’re still loving this glorious fall in Kentucky.  Though we aren’t quite ready for it to end, it is time to start thinking about and planning for the upcoming holidays. In just a couple short weeks, families will gather around their Thanksgiving tables, thus marking the official start of the holiday season.  There’s no better place to unwrap new holiday memories than at one of our member Bed and Breakfasts, where hospitality takes center stage.  Whether you choose to join us for an amazing Thanksgiving feast, holiday shopping, dazzling light displays, or other fun holiday-themed activities, you’ll find nothing but joy and merriment in Kentucky throughout the upcoming holiday season.  To get started on your getaway, find a room at one of our exquisite member Bed and Breakfasts today. 

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Your Guide to the Red River Gorge in Kentucky

October 23rd, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Red River Gorge in KentuckyThough the temperature has noticeably dropped in Kentucky, we’re still enjoying a mild and stunning fall.  That likely won’t change anytime soon, either, with average temperatures throughout the remainder of October and November generally hovering comfortably in the mid-to-upper 50’s.  While northern parts of the country begin their slow descent into winter, those of us in Kentucky are keeping outdoors, and enjoying the final displays of vibrant autumnal color as long as we can.  This fall, come visit us and explore the Red River Gorge, one of the most popular natural attractions in the state. When it comes to choosing lodging for your stay, there’s no choice better than a Kentucky Bed and Breakfast, where we offer the perfect blend of comfort and hospitality.  Find your next home away from home today.

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Get Haunted, and Go Ghost Hunting in Kentucky

October 1st, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Haunted Destinations and Ghost Tours in KentuckySo far, it’s been an extraordinary fall in the colorful state of Kentucky. Everywhere we turn, the colorful autumnal hues of fall are on full display.  It’s a wonderful time to be outside, with one adventure after another calling you to this rugged state.  But, there’s more to Kentucky than pretty fall colors and great outdoor adventures. Do you believe in ghosts? There’s a spooky side to Kentucky’s history, and this fall is a wonderful time to go on a haunted adventure. Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts make the perfect home base for haunted adventures in Kentucky.  Find an Inn, and book your room today.

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Why Should You Choose From Our Member Bed and Breakfasts?

September 18th, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Stay at a Bed and Breakfast in KentuckyAre you planning your next weekend getaway, and are you tired of finding the same old thing in place after place? Before you start looking through popular hotel chains near your next destination, try booking a bed and breakfast instead. You can stay in a beautiful room, at the home of someone who knows the area inside and out.  Only at a local Bed and Breakfast will you have a truly distinctive experience, reflective of your destination.

There’s no doubt that Kentucky is filled with opportunities for adventure and exploration. Once you’re here, it’s fairly easy to fill an itinerary with a variety of exciting things to see and do.  However, we also know when it comes to choosing lodging, price matters.  So why, exactly, should you choose to book your next vacation with our Member Bed and Breakfasts, and how do you know you’re getting the best deal possible?  

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See the Colorful Fall Foliage in Kentucky

September 8th, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Fall Colors in KentuckyThough we’re sad to see what has been a remarkable summer in Kentucky come to an end, we can assure you that fall is a beautiful time of year to visit Kentucky. Across the state, Bed and Breakfasts and Inns are gearing up for another exciting fall. 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 large stretches of untouched wilderness.  In fact, nearly 47 percent of Kentucky’s land is covered in such forests.  Within those forests, you’ll find at least 175 different species of trees to enjoy during the crisp fall months, each of which reacts to the temperature and light conditions of Autumn in their own special way.  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 with us this fall.  

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