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Bike Tour in Kentucky Horse Country This Fall

September 12, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Bike Tour Through Kentucky Horse Country This FallFall is off to a beautiful state across the State of Kentucky. Though not always considered a top destination for fall foliage, we can find plenty of reasons to visit Kentucky’s colorful countryside during these crisp fall months. Take your time relaxing in vast stretches of untouched wilderness, where you’ll find at least 175 different species of trees to enjoy during the colorful fall months. Add a little flair to your vacation with a bike tour through Kentucky’s horse and bourbon country, where you’ll enjoy postcard-perfect vistas, and the perfect taste of fall in Kentucky. Book a getaway at any of our Kentucky Inns, and come enjoy this short but magical season with us this fall.  

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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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Come Stay at a Kentucky Bed and Breakfast

August 15, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Fall Color at Kentucky Bed and BreakfastsThis summer in Kentucky has been filled with adventure and fun. We don’t yet want it to end, but it’s time to start turning our attention to the upcoming fall months and all that they offer. With schools in or nearly in session across the country, many parents and caregivers are finding themselves thrust back into the hectic pace of day-to-day life.  So this fall, treat yourself or your loved ones to something special, and come spend a few blissful nights at an award-winning Bed and Breakfast in the historic, beautiful state of Kentucky.  Fall in Kentucky is simply magical, as the colors of the season change from greens to the signature golden, fiery hues of autumn. When you stay at any one of our member Bed and Breakfast’s, you’re part of our family.  Come see what makes us different than our competitors.  Find the perfect lodging for your fall getaway in Kentucky, and book today!

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Book Your Summer Vacation in Kentucky

May 18, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Summer Vacation in KentuckyIt’s surprising, but Spring is halfway over, and summer is just around the corner. It’s time to think about warmer weather and summer vacations. Certainly, nothing cures the lingering winter blues like planning a summer getaway, and Kentucky has exactly what you’re looking for. From popular lakes like Lake Cumberland, the call of the back country in Daniel Boone’s National Forest and the Red River Gorge, the rolling hills of horse country, and the taste of summer barbeque, there’s something for everyone in Kentucky. The Bed and Breakfasts of Kentucky, conveniently located in the top destinations around the state, are waiting. Many reservation calendars are filling up quickly, and those popular summer weeks are limited. Browse through our member Inns, choose where you want to take a summer vacation, and start dreaming of a sunny retreat in the warm days ahead.

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Scenic Drives Through Kentucky This Spring

February 27, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

The Best Scenic Drives in KentuckySpring is a glorious time of year; one that lends itself perfectly to the beauty of a scenic drive through winding country roads. Scenic drives also happen to be one of the best ways to truly get a feel for an area. As you go, the freedom to venture off the trail to enjoy the scenery, services, and heritage of the nearby communities, each of which offers their own slice of southern charm and character, is incomparable. In Kentucky, there are several wonderful scenic drives worth taking. Thankfully, finding lodging along the way couldn’t be easier, either, thanks to our convenient property search for Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts and Inns.  Plot out your route through Kentucky’s most scenic roads, and make reservations at the nearest Kentucky Bed and Breakfast so we can have a room waiting for you.  Our member Inns are unique varied, each with one thing in common: Unbeatable Southern hospitality. Come stay with us this spring!

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Discover Kentucky’s Most Romantic Destinations

January 20, 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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Your Guide to the Red River Gorge in Kentucky

October 23, 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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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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Explore the Daniel Boone National Forest

April 28, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Red River Gorge in the Daniel Boone National ForestAs you look forward to the remainder of spring and start planning those fun summer adventures, we hope a visit to Kentucky is on your list of things to do.  In Kentucky, spirited adventure is just part of who we are.  From Bluegrass countryside to the Appalachian Mountains, with vast national forests and rugged state parks lying in between, there’s no state more diverse in its beauty than Kentucky.  Though Kentucky has a variety of wonderful state parks and recreation areas to enjoy, there’s one that stands out as a perennial favorite.  The Daniel Boone National Forest is a true treasure, and a place worthy of exploring.  When it comes to accommodations, there are many wonderful Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts in the surrounding area to choose from.  Book your room at any one of these incredible Inns, and get ready to discover Kentucky’s unbridled spirit.

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Explore the Diverse Regions of Kentucky

February 20, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Adventure in These Kentucky RegionsAre you an adventurous soul looking for something new and exciting?  Then you need to come to the unbridled state of Kentucky, where adventure is our way of life.  In fact, as you’ll soon discover, Kentucky is comprised of many diverse regions, each a gateway to their own unique adventure.  A visit to this state will be a journey you won’t soon forget. From the Western water lands to the rugged terrain of Daniel Boone country in the east, Kentucky is a unique and fascinating state to explore.  As you traverse the state from east to west and north to south, discover the individual personalities of Kentucky’s finest Bed and Breakfasts along the way.  Whether you’re looking for a cozy bed and breakfast, a charming countryside cottage, or a century-old historic inn, the finest in Southern hospitality is waiting for you at our Member lodging properties. Your journey is waiting; find an Inn that speaks to you, and get started on your unbridled adventure across Kentucky.

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