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Where to Find Fall Foliage in Kentucky

August 27, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

2018's Fall Foliage 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, including the nearly half of land that is covered in 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 season’s signature pops of yellow and fiery hues with us this fall.  

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See the Colorful Fall Foliage in Kentucky

September 8, 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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10 Ways to Enjoy a Romantic Getaway in Kentucky

October 31, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Romantic Getaway in KentuckyFor some, there’s nothing better during the crisp, fall months than curling up in front of a glowing fireplace, tucked away from the harsh elements of fall and winter.  Though curling up in front of the fire at your favorite Bed and Breakfast is always a good option, we can think of several attractions worth braving the elements for in Kentucky.  Known for horses, bourbon, and the unbridled spirit that runs like a current through the rolling hills of Kentucky, there are also a variety of ways to build romance in this beautiful state.  From the rolling hills of Bluegrass Country to the rugged mountains of the east, the picturesque backdrop of Kentucky is the perfect place to stage a romantic getaway.  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 today, and book your stay at the Inn that speaks to you most.  

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Bright Fall Colors Light up the Hills of Kentucky

September 26, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Fall Color at Kentucky Bed and BreakfastsAll across the beautiful state of Kentucky, Mother Nature’s annual fall color show is showing hints of what’s to come this year. 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 vast swathes of forested land, making Kentucky one of the best places in the country to view fall’s colorful display.  In fact, nearly 47 percent of Kentucky’s land is covered in such forests, all with 175 different species of trees to enjoy during the crisp fall months.  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 this fall.  

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