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Visit Harrodsburg, Kentucky’s Oldest Town

May 30, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Visit the town of Harrodsburg in KentuckyOne of the most popular regions to visit in Kentucky is the Bluegrass heart of the state, near the city of Lexington.  Here, there are an unbelievable number of interesting things to do and see. Kentucky’s bluegrass region is home to beautiful thoroughbred racehorse farms, and classic Keeneland Race Track, Lexington’s historic sites, Berea’s vibrant folk arts & crafts culture, Bourbon distilleries, Kentucky’s oldest outdoor theatre, and so much more. In addition to all of the above, you’ll also find the historic town of Harrodsburg, known as Kentucky’s first settlement and oldest town. We invite you to browse the member bed & breakfasts of the Kentucky Bluegrass Region and choose from their unique selection of lodging for the duration of your stay. You won’t find better hospitality anywhere else.

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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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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.

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Top Historic Attractions in Kentucky

January 16, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Historic Attractions in KentuckyThe state of Kentucky is teeming with history around every corner.  Historic attractions include gems like Abraham Lincoln’s Birthplace, Civil War Forts and Battlefields, and the Legendary Trail of Tears.  Dig a little deeper in the history of Kentucky, and you’ll find Appalachian Festivals, Coal Field Culture, extraordinary trail towns, and a variety of interesting monuments and museums along the way.  There is no way to see the many historic attractions Kentucky has to offer in one trip, but it’s a new year.  Why not get started now?  Stay at one of our member Bed and Breakfasts this year, and start exploring the incredible tapestry of history woven into daily life in beautiful Kentucky.

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Embark on a Haunted Adventure in Kentucky This Fall

October 13, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Haunted Adventure in KentuckyKentucky is known for a lot of things: horses, spirited adventures, bourbon, picturesque rolling hills, and, of course, Bluegrass music.  However, there’s also another side to Kentucky worth discovering this fall; a haunted side. There are plenty of ghost stories, urban legends, and spooky places throughout the state of Kentucky just waiting to be discovered.  There’s no better time than the month of October to put a little fright into your life.  This fall, join us at any one of our Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts, and discover the haunted side of Kentucky.

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