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The Samuel Culbertson Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inn
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

Exquisite decor, great food and warmest of welcomes. We travelled to Louisville for Kentucky Derby weekend, but the highlight of the trip was staying at this beautiful mansion, well located and with loads of charm and atmosphere. The owner and his staff could not have been more gracious. Definitely a winner.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank WorldXplorator
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Reviewed 3 March 2013

The Museum doesn't have a trip advisor review page so I'll put it on the Bed and Breakfast. Where to start...We were visiting Louisville for the day and finished hours before we thought we would so the suggestion was made to see what was in New Albany. I googled things to do and the Culbertson Bed and Breakfast came up and the directions led us to the museum. They don't have Saturday hours but they were finishing up a tea and offered to go ahead and give us a tour. It was AWESOME! We went in with an overactive 9 year old, 11, 14, and 4 adults and everyone enjoyed every minute of the tour. Our tour guide (whose name I'm sad to say I don't remember) did an amazing job of giving us very intricate details of her knowledge of the past. We've been on many museum tours and you almost never get the service we received. Great house, great history, awesome experience! If you ever choose to visit, we also stayed at Vinnie's Ohio River Cabins. It was in Derby, Indiana. About an hour drive from Louisville but we had a wonderful experience all around!

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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6  Thank Kristine J
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Reviewed 16 September 2012

Thank you Rudy & Kevin. We had anticipated an evening out to see the town & taking in the Urban Bourbon Trail but decided to relax in the mansion instead. Rudy & Kevin were out tending to their own events, leaving us completely alone to explore this impressive home. The only rule: if a door is closed, then it's off-limits. Very few doors were closed! The collection of antiques and period furnishings kept us in awe all evening. Front porch is a great place to enjoy a cocktail and the neighborhood is worth a walk-around. The house is spotless and breakfast wonderful & classy. Rudy asked several times if there was anything else we would prefer than what was on the menu for the day and was willing to whip up other choices. Lots of work and care went into this house and Rudy has plenty of reason to be proud of it. Another guest, being a piano teacher, started the morning with music in the parlor. Will certainly stay here again if ever in Louisville. A bargain at twice the price.
T&K Picciuto, Woodstock, VA

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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7  Thank Thom P
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Reviewed 14 August 2012

We were very pleased with our overnight stay here. It is in a fine historic neighborhood, and the antiques that abound everywhere in the house are an experience all by themselves. The host was gracious and accommodating. The breakfast was superb. No doubt about it, we would happily stay here again.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank Robert S
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Reviewed 12 August 2012

This is a wonderful gem in old Louisville! For a bed and breakfast that is over 200 years old, this mansion is immaculate. Rudy and the boys were so gracious. His home is your home. When reviewing a b&b, one has to understand that the owner is inviting you into their home. We enjoyed sitting in the parlor and sharing stories with Rudy and playing with Maggie, the princess of the home. I'm in Louisville often and intend to stay frequently since finding this place! Thanks for the hospitality!!!!

  • Stayed: August 2012
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7  Thank Lizstrange09
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