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First of all, I hate an inn or B&B where the host fusses over you. Marsha was great. Hospitable and warm, but not looking for a new friend. The perfect touch!
The inn is beautifully decorated. We stayed in the Derby Room, filled with fun...More
We just returned to the Inn at Woodhaven after 15 years. We stayed a few times in the mid-90's to early 2000, when we visited family in the Greensburg area. So when family moved, I wanted to return to the area for several reasons and...More
It's a 160-ish year old mansion that has been converted into an Inn/B&B, all suites were well-appointed - period antiques, folk art, coffee/tea/biscuits in the rooms. Breakfasts were extraordinary, great choices, something different every day. Magic cookie jars in the foyer were somehow always full...More
My fiancé Beth and I stayed in the Hearth Room at the Inn at Woodhaven on Friday night, October 27. As usual, it was an unforgettable experience. I used to live in Louisville, and have been a customer of the Inn at Woodhaven since 1997....More
We stayed in the Rose Cottage. My sister and I were on a road trip. I booked the Rose Cottage as a treat for us. I get tired of chain hotels. The Rose Cottage was cute, quaint. My sister uses a cane to get around....More