Several years ago my daughter and I spent a night at the Pineapple Inn Bed & Breakfast in Georgetown, Kentucky. Built in 1876 we found it a cozy and fun little place to stay.
The owners take a lot of pride in their Bed and Breakfast and made us feel right at home.
Muriel and Les served us a full gourmet breakfast complete with their favorite "sticky buns".
They have three bedrooms with private baths upstairs and the Main Floor Derby Room with queen-sized, canopied bed and private bath with hot tub. The house has a Country French flair and is beautifully decorated and furnished with antiques.
We were impressed with the personalized TLC we received from Les and Muriel when we were guests in their Bed & Breakfast.
The Lyndon House is a huge house in the middle of the historical district of downtown Lexington where you can see lots of sprawling homes and little restaurants and gardens. Breakfast includes omeletes, freshly baked pecan coffee cake and hot gourmet coffee.
The B & B is located near some of the best restaurants in town-Natasha's, Atomic Cafe, Dudley's, and Jonathan's. I have also reviewed most of these on this site so check them out if you want to.
Rooms and prices: (from their website)
The Bluegrass Suite is the largest suite. It is located in the rear of the house and overlooks the 19th century architecture of the majestic mansions and gardens of Fayette Park. The suite has a spacious bathroom and sitting room. The bedroom has a queen-sized bed. $219 / night
The Shaker Suite
is located in the front of the house and overlooks the front gardens and historic Broadway. The suite has a modern, spacious bathroom with Victorian style fixtures and a sitting room. The bedroom has a queen-sized bed. $199 / night
The Belle Brezing Room
is a spacious bedroom filled with amenities including a king-sized sleigh bed, a floral love-seat, cherry furnishings, private bath, and prints of Monet's water gardens. $179 / night
The Headley Room
includes a queen-sized four-poster bed, floral love-seat, cherry furnishings, and a private bath. $159 / night
The Keeneland Room
receives the morning sun and is especially bright and cheerful. Amenities include a queen-sized four-poster bed, red oak furnishings, love-seat, and a private bath just down the hall. $139 / night
The George Clarke House B&B in Lexington, is a Victorian home that was built in 1890. The house is located in an historical area of Lexington and close to Main Street where ther eis an abundance of bars, cafes, and really nice restaurants. They boast that they have fresh flowers in every room. Breakfast includes orange zest crepes with Grand Marnier strawberries and fresh whipped cream, crème brûlée French toast, homemade muffins and breads, fresh fruit and yogurt cups. Prices are based on the kind of room that you get-they go all the way up to suites.
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