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Antique Shopping in Kentucky – Day 4

Ok, this day of Antique Shopping in Kentucky is going to be EXCITING!!! Store front of Scout Antiques and Modern     You have an hour drive to Lexington, but, once you arrive at the first Antique store, you can just walk to all 4 stores!  That’s right, they are all basically in the same

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Couple enjoying a romantic dinner on a train like My Old Kentucky Dinner Train

Ride My Old Kentucky Dinner Train Near Bardstown

There are plenty of reasons to enjoy romantic getaways in Kentucky this winter, but at the top of your list of “reasons” should be the chance to stay at our romantic Kentucky Bed and Breakfast. Our Inn is the perfect place for a couples getaway in Kentucky, but it also allows you to enjoy romantic

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Antique Shopping in Central Kentucky Day 3

Antique shopping in Central Kentucky on Day 3 is ready to commence! If you missed the first two days of Antique shopping, you can catch up on Antique Shopping Day 1 and Antique Shopping Day 2.   Today will be Saturday, so all of the shops will be open.  We are going to focus on

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Gift Shop at Maple Hill Manor, small red building with 1 door, 2 windows. Black trim, and a peaked roof.

Maple Hill Manor Gift Shop

The Maple Hill Manor Gift Shop is open again!   It has been a good year and half, but we had the shop remodeled and restocked with new inventory.  Now, guests can take home keepsakes from the Maple Hill Manor gift shop, items made in Kentucky, Bourbon themed gifts or other locally made Kentucky items.

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Reenactment of Civil War Battlefields in Kentucky

Tour Civil War Battlefields in Kentucky

If you’re looking for something fun and exciting to do this fall, how about heading out and touring the Civil War Battlefields in Kentucky? Kentucky played a pivotal role in the American Civil War. Not only was it the sight of the as the site of the decisive Battle of Richmond and the bloody Battle

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White fence, pasture, and buildings at the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

Visit the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

Our Bed and Breakfast in Kentucky is located near Springfield, right in the heart of Kentucky’s horse and bourbon country. There are so many great things to do here, including sampling bourbon, visiting horse farms and racing facilities, and diving into local history at places like the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. The Shaker Village

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People enjoying Kentucky Bourbon like they do at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival

Don’t Miss the Kentucky Bourbon Festival This Fall!

If you’re looking for a fun event that combines the best of touring the Kentucky Bourbon Trail with all the immersive, educational content you crave, then don’t miss this year’s Kentucky Bourbon Festival. Each fall, the Kentucky Bourbon Festival is held in a weekend-long celebration of all things bourbon. More than 30 events are held

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Front of antique store and parking lost

Antique Shopping in Kentucky, Day 2

Ready for another day of antique shopping in Kentucky?  Yesterday was just a warm-up! If you missed the first day’s schedule of antique shopping in Kentucky, you can catch up on those stores here. Let’s assume it’s Friday, all of these stores are scheduled to be open.  Today we are going to head towards Harrodsburg

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Silhouette of a figure heading underground to one of the best caves in Kentucky

Discover Mammoth Cave & More This Summer

There’s no shortage of great ways to spend time near our romantic Kentucky Bed and Breakfast. From enjoying the best things to do in Bardstown, KY and sampling bourbon at the leading Kentucky Distilleries to heading underground to the best caves in Kentucky, including Mammoth Cave National Park, there are so many ways to have

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