Keeping with the historical preservation of the property, each room is a unique step back in time. Guests can enjoy the relaxing whirlppol or lounge by their fireplace in the premium rooms. Each room comes with a Full Country Breakfast, anytime beverages, and a homemade dessert. The property is smoke free to preserve the historical integrity of the location. Each room bears the name of a significant southern historical figure.
The McElroy Honeymoon Hideaway is designed and furnished with all the nuances of a romantic retreat. It contains a two-person whirlpool, a fireplace along with a lush queen bed. Crown molding, custom curtains, high thread-count cotton, are just some of the details which make this the ideal romantic getaway. This room contains an exterior entrance and patio.
Stephen Collins Foster wrote the well loved state song, "My Old Kentucky Home" and is the namesake for the room containing two horse themed oil paintings. These images evoke for the guest the regional connection to the horse industry with all the glamour it contains. This room contains a queen-sized four-poster bed and stunning views of the "Butterfly Moon Garden" out the large windows. The Foster contains a walk-in shower and private bath, with an electric fireplace and Jacuzzi., another excellent choice for a honeymoon.
Bird watchers and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the John James Audubon room. The framed pictures of local birds and the outdoor views overlooking the neighboring horse farms creates a relaxing ambiance. The Audubon contains a Queen canopy bed with a cozy Alpaca blanket, a gas fireplace and lush decor. This room can be combined with the Stephen Foster room for larger family or group accommodations.
Guests can enjoy the elegance of the mahogany decor in the cozy Abraham Lincoln Library. This room is ideal for bibliophiles and history buffs. The bed is a Half-Tester Queen, with mahogany bed frame and the walls are lined with shelves of antique books and collectibles. The gas fire place is a great place to unwind with a good book or to relax and watch the scenic sunsets.
The Jefferson Davis is another second floor room with antique decor and a wrought-iron canopy bed. The oversized windows overlook the Butterfly Moon Garden and neighboring farms. There is also a gas fireplace. Extra bedding can be reserved for added sleep availability for a small fee.
The Clara Barton offers a spacious airy feel, with lighter decorations creating a summertime ambiance any time of year. The windows invite with views of the Gazebo and gardens. Guests can watch the Llama's frolic in the front pastures as they enjoy their stay in this room. This room connects with the Harriet Beecher Stowe room for larger groups and families.
With more views of the Wedding Gazebo, this getaway is great for a ladies retreat. This space contains a queen bed and two twin beds, and the antique decor creates a truly elegant escape. This room connects with the Clara Barton Room and the McElroy in any combination of the two. Extra sleep accommodations can be added.