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Old Kentucky Home Stables, Bed & Breakfast

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31 Oct 2012
“Wonderful Kentucky hospitality!!”
28 Aug 2012
“Southern Charm in B&B and Working Horse Farm”
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Reviewed 31 October 2012

I am writing this review even though I didn't spend the night at this B&B. A group of my friends(5) spent three nights there. We were all in the area to tour the Bourbon Trail. My husband and I were camping in Bardstown. We met...More

1  Thank dcvanz
Reviewed 28 August 2012

Owners Frankie and Linda Cambron run this charming B&B in their 19th Century house designed in the Italianate style with original floors and trim. This beautiful Pre Civil War mansion, located in the heart of the Bourbon Trail country, is also a working horse farm....More

2  Thank Nina M
Reviewed 28 August 2012

This charming B&B and working horse farm is located just five minutes from the charming town of Bardstown (the Bourbon capital of the world that was voted the most beautiful town in America by USA Today). Frankie and Linda Cambron run this charming B&B with...More

3  Thank Toulouse L L
Reviewed 26 July 2012

We traveled 3 hours from home to the Bardstown area and our first Bed & Breakfast experience. We couldn't have asked for better hosts. Frankie and Linda helped us with our plans...places to visit, places to eat, etc. while we stayed in a gorgeous room...More

1  Thank HollyandBryan
Reviewed 21 July 2012

Although we had corresponded previously with the proprietors, we weren't able to stay due to conflicts in our schedule. We did, however, drop by unexpectedly (a "no-no" according to Horse Country etiquette experts) on a Monday morning as our two children –aged 11 and 14–...More

Thank Amiel M
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"There is a guest room on the main floor for those who can't do stairs."
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"All rooms are great with your own bathroom....not a bad room to be had. Quiet everywhere, blinds on all..."
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