Maple Hill Manor Bed & Breakfast in Springfield, KY was selected as the Top B&B for Hospitality and Service in Kentucky in the Annual 5-Star Service Awards by the Bed & Breakfast Association of Kentucky, 2012-2013. The Awards Program is based upon a qualitative and quantitative review of the nearly 50,000 independent B&B Guest reviews submitted to TripAdvisor.com and other leading Travel Review Sites.
“It’s a true honor to be chosen for this 5-Star Service Award, and we thank our guests for the positive reviews that resulted in this award, stated Tyler Horton, Maple Hill Manor Innkeeper. “It is gratifying that our guests took the time to share their comments about our hospitality, accommodations, breakfasts and attention to the details which set Maple Hill Manor apart,” commented Horton. Here’s an excerpt from one of our reviews:
“We recently enjoyed our ninth visit at Maple Hill Manor. We love the area’s Bourbon Trail and historical attractions. We love the serene setting of the llama and alpaca farm – and its farm store featuring garments and gift items made from the Alpacas raised on this farm. We love the elegant rooms. We love the gourmet breakfast feasts (and 24-hour dessert bar). We especially have come to love our gracious, hospitable hosts. We enthusiastically recommend Maple Hill Manor to anyone who yearns for a relaxing getaway to an exquisite part of the country with plenty of pampering.”
To celebrate the award announcement and its 25th Anniversary operating as a B&B, Maple Hill Manor is a offering $25 DISCOUNT on any Sunday-Thursday Reservation or 25% DISCOUNT on Farm Store merchandise, through the end of the year. The Farm Store, Manor Cottage Gifts, features Kentucky Proud garments and gift items made from luxury Alpaca Fur grown on the farm (scarves, hats, gloves, capes, shawls, sweaters, blankets, throws, Teddy Bears, yarn & roving, and much more).
About Maple Hill Manor: Voted #1 in the U.S. as the B&B with the “Most Historical Charm” by Arrington’s B&B Journal, voted “Kentucky’s Best B&B” by readers of Kentucky Monthly Magazine, voted “Best B&B in the South,” voted “Best Breakfast in the Southeast,” selected as the Top 10 Family-Friendly B&Bs in the U.S. by Yahoo Travel, and most recently voted TOP 10 Innkeepers in the U.S. Circa 1851, Beautiful Antebellum, Greek Revival Mansion lavished with Italianate detail – set on a hill surrounded by ancient maple trees and picturesque farmland – a truly tranquil country setting, just minutes from Bardstown. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a Kentucky Landmark Home. Offering extraordinary architectural features such as the original large front porch with octagonal columns supporting a veranda perfect for enjoying the views of the country sunsets and stars at night, a grand entrance with a floating spiral cherry staircase, 14′ ceilings, 10′ doorways, and 9′ windows. There are 13 spacious antique-furnished rooms, including 7 guest rooms with private baths (some with Jacuzzi and fireplace). Guests enjoy the working Alpaca & Llama Farm, while taking a romantic stroll of the farm – of its fruit orchard and raspberry bushes, small grape vineyard, flower gardens and fountains, Wedding Gazebo, and nature walks. Warm Southern Hospitality and fine country cooking await you at this restored and elegant plantation home on theLincoln, Civil War, Bourbon, and Wine Trails. Specializing in year-round luxurious B&B accommodations, Weddings & Receptions, Business Retreats & Socials, Murder Mysteries, Family Reunions, and much more.RateRange: $129-$189/night, which includes homemade dessert and beverage social, 24-hour beverages, and Full Country Gourmet Breakfast.
Contact Information at the B&B: Todd Allen and Tyler Horton, Owners/Innkeepers, 859.336.3075, 800.886.7546, www.maplehillmanor.com, or email@example.com