Archives

Tour Kentucky’s Civil War Battlefields

August 28, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Civil War Battlefields in KentuckyIt’s hard to believe, but we’re wrapping up what has been another spectacular summer in The Bluegrass State.  It’s been a summer filled with fantastic guests and incredible adventures for the Bed and Breakfasts of Kentucky.  Whether time was spent hiking, fishing, boating, caving, and just generally exploring, Kentucky’s wild and spirited personality has come shining through each and every moment we’ve shared with our guests.  Though we are definitely looking forward to the colorful fall months that are on our horizon, there’s still plenty of time to enjoy these final days of summer.  Perhaps you’ve always wanted to discover Kentucky’s fascinating Civil War history?  The weather is still great, and there are many upcoming events happening across the state in Kentucky. Take advantage of our Bed and Breakfasts located around the state, and plan that trip to the Civil War Battlefields of Kentucky.

Read the rest of this page »

Kentucky’s Top Indoor Attractions

January 1, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Top Indoor Attractions 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 more than that, Kentucky has a wonderful variety of indoor attractions to see as well. With so many exciting ways to play, a variety of great museums, a vibrant arts scene, plenty of historic attractions, and an exquisite food scene, Kentucky is truly a destination for everyone this winter. There are a number of wonderful Bed and Breakfasts throughout the state of Kentucky that provide the best in comfort and hospitality.  Find the one that is closest to where you plan to be, and book your room with them today. Come discover the myriad of ways to stay warm and dry in Kentucky this winter.  

Read the rest of this page »

A Magical Holiday Season in Kentucky

November 18, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Kentucky Holiday SeasonThough many of us are still in a state of denial, the holidays are rapidly approaching.  Next week, families will gather around their traditional holiday tables, and so begins a month-long celebration of joy and giving.  With a wide variety of shopping and holiday festivities to enjoy, there’s no better place to unwrap new holiday memories than in the state of Kentucky.  Whether you choose to join of 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 and book a room at one of our exquisite member Bed and Breakfasts today. 

Read the rest of this page »

Discover the Birthplace of Bourbon

August 22, 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!

Read the rest of this page »

Discover Wickland, the Home of Three Governors

May 30, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Wickland - Home to 3 Governors in Bardstown, KYWickland, the Home of Three Governors is famous not only for its former residents but also its history, architecture, quilt and doll exhibits, and its spirits …

Wickland, the Home of Three Governors was built between the years of 1825-1828 and is considered one of the best Georgian-style houses remaining in Kentucky. That being said, the most famous thing about Wickland is right there in the attraction’s title – it has served as home to three governors!

Read the rest of this page »


»