Road Trip Pit Stops: 4 Unique Hotels in Kentucky
Whether you’re taking a road trip through Kentucky to explore Mammoth Cave or visit a city, like Lexington, be sure to book a room at a unique hotel while you travel. Each of these hotels offers an intriguing and enjoyable night in the Bluegrass State.
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Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Harrodsburg
When you stay at The Inn in Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, you can pick from 72 guest rooms in 13 different historic buildings. During the day, you can also explore the area and learn about the Shaker community that resided here.
The Brown Hotel, Louisville
The Brown Hotel is well-known for its delicious “Hot Brown” dish, which was invented here back in 1926. The luxurious accommodations in the hotel are reminiscent of the Old World, with an extensive artwork collection and classic wallcoverings.
Benham Schoolhouse Inn, Benham
Built in 1926, the Benham Schoolhouse Inn was an active school until 1992. Now, you can spend the night here and live out your childhood dreams of spending the night in school. Although the inn has been renovated, it still retains lockers and original flooring to keep its historic look.
The Kentucky Castle, Versailles
At the beautiful Kentucky Castle, you can unwind in a castle and enjoy an array of amenities, like the spa. There’s also a farm to table restaurant, where you can enjoy food from local farms. With lovely gardens, a ballroom, and the Bourbon Bar, the boutique hotel is also a popular spot for weddings.
Your Next Destination: Mammoth Cave
Each of these unique hotels in Kentucky provides a comfortable getaway so you can make the most of your road trip.