Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and officially designated as a Kentucky Landmark Home
Award-Winning Bed and Breakfast in the Heart of Kentucky
Maple Hill Manor Bed and Breakfast is an award-winning Kentucky Bed and Breakfast Inn, located in Springfield, located centrally between Bardstown and Danville. This historic country home is stately set on 14+ tranquil acres in the heart of Kentucky’s Bourbon, Horses, and History Region (an hour southeast of Louisville and an hour southwest of Lexington), and the home is considered one of the best preserved Antebellum Homes in the Commonwealth.
The tranquil, country setting of this Kentucky Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by picturesque rolling hills of bluegrass with a 3,000 acre race horse farm on one side and 300 acre cattle and tobacco farm on the other – a beautiful and restful place to seek refuge and enjoy the relaxing country fresh air.
Abundance of Kentucky Tourism Attractions to enjoy year-round:
Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Lincoln Heritage Sites, Civil War Museums, Perryville Battlefield, John Hunt Morgan Trail, Historic Bardstown, My Old Kentucky Home State Park and Golf Course, and the Kentucky Wine Trail.
Come see for yourself why readers of Kentucky Monthly Magazine voted Maple Hill Manor Bed and Breakfast as “Kentucky’s Best B & B.”
Guest Amenities Include
- 7000 square feet Antebellum Manor
- Spacious Smoke-Free Guest Rooms
- Private Baths with Turkish Towels
- Antique-appointed Furnishings
- Luxury Linens and extra pillows
- Hearty, made from scratch breakfast that changes daily
- Homemade dessert served each evening
- Complimentary Beverages
- Jacuzzi for Two in select rooms
- Pet Friendly accommodations
- Bed Bug/Dust Mite Protective Coverings on Bedding
- Air Conditioning & Ceiling Fans
- Flat Screen w/cable TV
- DVD Player w/ FREE Movies
- Board games and puzzles
- Custom Soaps, Lotions, and Shampoos
- Custom Embroidered Spa Robes
- FREE WiFi
Attention to Detail
The main foyer, which measures 12′ wide and 45′ long, is dominated by the original, freestanding, cherry spiral staircase and lighted by the smallest of three Murano crystal chandeliers which date 1900 and originally hung in the grand southern hotel downtown Louisville, The Kentucky Hotel.
Awaken to the delightful sounds of chirping birds and the wafting aromas of freshly brewed coffee as the day begins with a specially prepared breakfast in the formal dining room. In the evening, relax in the Music Parlor or tree-draped patio and enjoy a complimentary home made dessert. A spacious parlor/communal area offers cozy surroundings for a game of cards, puzzle making or curling up with a good book. A Mahogany Baby Grand Piano and Otto Ernst Fisher Cello are available for our guests to play and enjoy as well.
Children & Pet Friendly Environment
Our farm setting is perfect for any age…we welcome well-behaved children, ages 6+, as we have designated family rooms separate from our more romantic rooms, for those interested in a quiet, romantic retreat. Children’s rate is $25/child/night, 12 years old or younger. No age restrictions for Full House Rental. Please call to further discuss special arrangements: 859.336.3075.
Well-behaved pets, under certain guidelines, are welcomed…please review our Pet Policy for further details and arrangements. We have 2 designated pet-friendly guest rooms: The John James Audubon and the Steven Collins Foster rooms. All others are maintained as non-pet friendly out of respect for those guests with allergies to pets. Advance pet approval is required. Also, a signed Pet Policy Agreement Form must be provided at the time of check-in.
Outdoor Relaxation on the Farm
Relax at our peaceful, farm park-like setting. You will find front porch, garden and pasture side benches, hammocks, and a large patio area with a firepit, tables, BBQ and comfortable seating set among a Catalpa and maple trees. Stroll the walking paths throughout the grounds as you meander your way to pet horses, mini donkeys and alpacas through the fence. Numerous birds are spotted on the property throughout the seasons for your enjoyment, and don’t forget to look up, you might spot Buddy the squirrel.