A Storybook Inn

Address: 277 Rose Hill Avenue, Versailles, Kentucky, 40383, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 277 Rose Hill Avenue, Versailles, is near Woodford Reserve Distillery, Three Chimneys Farm, Old Frankfort Pike, and Blue Grass Railroad Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Versailles

    An arena in Kentucky to a kitchen of West Africa

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and buggy just for our family.


    A fun afternoon deserves ice cream, at least that’s our motto. So we were off to find our Ice Cream Theme for the day: Homemade Monday. We stopped at Sav’s Chill in downtown Lexington and got our second fun surprise. We were waited on by Sav himself. It turns out he doesn’t make the ice cream there at the shop as we had thought, but his buddy makes it not too far away. Sav is originally from ...

    Kentucky is famous for... Horses and Hot Browns

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 28, 2014

    14 photos

    ... normal; font-family: Helvetica;">Have a Sunday Sundae.
    As we started off this morning, these goals seemed harder than they appear at first glance. For the first time in seven days, the girls weren't up at the crack of dawn, eager to get started. It seemed as though “Vacation Lag” had set in. With a little extra encouragement and a reminder of things to come, the cereal was finally eaten, hair combed, and family ...

    Explorium & Crematorium

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 27, 2014

    19 photos

    ... While the kids kept themselves busy bouncing from room to room, Mom and Dad kept themselves busy building palaces, pyramids, and the Coliseum. A highlight was making iced tea play dough.


    Lunch was a picnic in Triangle Park. The Confucius Institute and the University of Kentucky were holding a street fair there, and we checked out the various booths. We experienced some Chinese culture and both Macy and Anna earned a free T-shirt ...

    Lexington’s Lesser Known Secrets

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 26, 2014

    20 photos

    ... to dangle. Although Thoroughbred Park may not be the most ritzy and glamorous place in Lexington, it is definitely a worthwhile spot to stop for any who sojourn here.

    Unless you are from these parts, you may assume Central Kentucky is only known for its bourbon. In this, you’d be wrong. Their most famous, if not addicting, beverage is suitable for all ages, and made in a small warehouse twenty ...

    Pretty Kentucky

    A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Sep 18, 2014

    9 photos

    ... are housed here. They are the legends of horse racing and each day they are brought out for public view following a rousing, video clip of the races that earned them the right to reside in the Hall of Champions. We saw Cigar, Da Hoss, Go For Gin and of utmost interest to us, Funny Cide. Funny Cide is owned by a group of guys from Upstate New ...