SpringHill Suites Lexington Downtown

863 South Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky, 40508, United States
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Lexington Tip

by 1sassyfemme

While on my way to see ekoostik hookah, I found that Lexington is a great mix of country and city life. When driving in to the city you see endless horse farms and land. Then once you get ino the city it all changes! As we drove closer to the the University of Kentucky (located in Lexington) more and more lights and people and places kept popping up. There was a mass of restaurants, bars, shops, and clubs. The streets were crowded with all sorts of people going from one place to another. I must say I was surprised. And the concert was great too!

Drive through the Horse Farms

by JREllison

Some of the most senic throughbred farms in the world are near Lexington, Ky., most of the time the pictures of this area were taken in the spring or summer. Last year we discovered the winter beauty of winter at the horse farms.

On your map draw a triangle between Lexington, Ky., Georgetown, Ky., and Paris, Ky., no matter what season, get out and drive the country roads and lane. You will be amased at the beauty of the farms.

Malone's

by Agraichen about Malone's

A bit of a conglomerate restaurant “complex” in a “strip mall” at the corner of Lyon and Harrodsburg Road almost at Man O’War, Malone’s is an excellent place to find steak or seafood. The “strip mall” location is a bit deceiving as the place seems to be crowded all the time. Reservations are most definitely recommended but same day reservations are not uncommon. At 1:00 PM we had options of 5:00PM or 8:00PM and beyond. We chose 8:00PM and found a packed house when we arrived.

The wait staff was very attentive, knowledgeable and ready to get you whatever you needed. The steaks are (from our experience) done to your order, but beware when ordering rare as it may be done correctly when it leaves the broiler but might cool a bit on the 30+ foot walk to the table. The wine list is good; not extensive, but it has a bit of everything from local Kentucky wines to high end California wines (you will not however like the price of the CA wines).

Prices for the entrees are high but well within the realm of what you are getting. Instead of a Prime cut, a Choice filet will be significantly less and for my money tastes just as good if not better.

The King Crab was wonderful. Done to perfection and the candle lit / heated butter dish was just the right touch to ensure your butter dip did not get cold. Steak and King Crab! Outstanding.

Pleasant Hill Shaker Village

by davecallahan

Shakers were/are a religious group begun in Manchester, England, emigrated to Boston, USA and traveled to Albany,NY. (We have been to Shaker homes and woodcraft places between Rochester, NY and Albany.)
After a period of religious languor, a revival in the sect took place and Shakers settled in middle Kentucky and Ohio. Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill is dedicated to the history and memory of those sects.

Like Williamsburg, VA and Genesse Country Village, NY, this village is a vibrant, alive recreation of the 19th century; a living-history museum. There are original and refurbished homes; volunteers dressed in period costumes, talking and working as if this was their village and these their houses. The farmers farm, the cooks cook, the tin-knockers knock tin. There are musical activities for the adults and outdoor play activities for the kids. They have seasonal and holiday re-enactments of special events (like harvesting and Christmas). You are encouraged to partake of the walking tours and hiking trails in the park. Nature workshops are held for the children and birdwatchers can attend seminars on birds native to the area.
The Kentucky River runs adjacent to the park and river excursions can be taken along the village outskirts. And what village in Kentucky would be without its equine acivities (horse care, horse riding).
And when you have adventured for a day and are hungry, there is a period-accented dining room and for those that wish to spend the night (or the weekend) there is an authentic 19th century Inn.
And if you have a few dollars left, you can always go to the Shaker gift shop and buy some original Shaker craft gift or furniture (made just as it was 200 years ago).

Prime season rates for entering the village are about $15 per adult (half that for children) plus extra fees for the riverboat and horse-riding activities. Dining room costs were reasonable (given that there is no competition) but the Inn facilities were above average motel rates but similar to other bed-and-breakfasts in the area.

Scenic Horse Farms

by Ky_Happy_Dad

Take a driving tour and view the famous horse farms surrounding Lexington. You can order a map with a good loop driving tour from the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau (800-845-3959)or pick up one at the office at 301 East Vine Street downtown. Two of the best drives for viewing farms are Paris Pike (located off I-64/I-75) on the Northeast side of Lexington and Old Frankfort Pike (located off New Circle Road). See photos on my Versailles web page for pictures from some of the farms.

See web site below for useful information about arranging private tours or taking a package tour of some of the famous farms.

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 SpringHill Suites Lexington Downtown

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Address: 863 South Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky, 40508, United States