1851 Historic Maple Hill Manor Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beauty. The gnomes are creepy. When we left it was already getting dark, and the descent through the hills to Tennessee steep, and windy. We found ourselves Walmart parking lot refugees, as the nearest campground was expensive and more mobiles away than we were willing to travel. Let me tell you a bit about trailer life. It is tight. There are smells you won't encounter in regular life; ever. Some of them seem to hysterically waft from areas that have ...
... gained a national reputation, thanks to crisp limestone water.
Jim Beam is the world'd number one bourbon so what better way to experience Kentucky than a distillery tour.
The Jim Beam grounds are beautiful and still has the original Beam family home. They have these fantastic black wooden rocking chairs on the porch and around the property. A cafe that even serves Jim Beam ice cream.
We did an hour tour of ...
... rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Used by Confederate General John Hunt Morgan as his headquarters during his raids on Lebanon, Myrtledene today offers slightly more relaxed environs for our guests. With two guest rooms, the house is completely furnished in antiques. Guests are encouraged to make themselves at home and make use of the entire house and ...
... they did not offer a taste of the $400 bottle)
It was great fun touring this history rich area; learning the origins of the distilleries’ founding families, how Prohibition affected them (1920-1933) and current day stuff.
Woodford Reserve is a huge sponsor of the Kentucky Derby held first weekend in May. Some day we would like to go to the Derby, alas not this trip as we need to be on the road to Gettysburg, PA.
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