My husband and I stayed at the Woodford Inn for 2 nights during our bourbon trail visits (plus 2 nights in Bardstown at the Talbott Inn). The accommodations were nice and clean, and the location convenient to several distilleries. The grounds are lovely. Our room, #6, had only 2 hangers in the closet. Fortunately, it had 2 large chairs that we used to "hang" our clothes. The beds are tempur pedic and very comfortable, though a bit high off the ground. I'm 5' 2" and had to hop to get on the bed. The one thing we didn't like was the rigidness of the breakfasts. We had to order breakfast by 8PM the night before indicating what we wanted to eat (limited selection), what time we wanted to eat (in 15 minute increments), and where we wanted to eat (inside, in the enclosed sun room, or outside). Overall, a lovely B&B, just not to our style.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As a sponsor of the famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail, The Woodford Inn is a twist from your "traditional B&B" and provides a lively and personal experience the moment you walk in the door! Addie's Restaurant & Bar is located on the first floor, which also includes our outdoor pavilion for dining and live music during warm weather. It is a staple for not only the customers staying at the Inn, but for the local community as well. If you are looking for beautiful rooms, great dining and fun staff, look no further than The Woodford Inn for your next stay. ... more less