Columbine Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1707 South Third Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40208, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Central Louisville area of Louisville, is near Kentucky Derby Museum, Old Louisville, Conrad-Caldwell House Museum (Conrad's Castle), and J.B. Speed Art Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Columbine Bed & Breakfast Louisville

    FABULOUS!

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    I had the fortunate experience to stay twice at the Columbine Inn. Once in February, and again last weekend (April 17th) for three nights. I loved the house so much that I brought my mother back with me for my second trip. I was working most of the time and she visited with relatives. Rich and Bob are extremely gracious hosts and checked with us daily on our schedules. The area is absolutely beautiful and the house is incredible. The Innkeepers at the Columbine are the most gracious and friendly that I have encountered at any B&B. Rich even packed my breakfast on the two mornings I had to leave early!

    Loved the Columbine

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    I spent 4 days at the Columbine Inn which is a lovely home conveniently located close to downtown Louisville - especially great for anyone attending medical events at nearby hospitals or clinics. The beds were very comfortable, rooms very nice and clean, parking not a problem. The owners were readily available for any questions and really extended themselves to make sure that my visit was a success. I will definitely stay at the Columbine Inn again in the near future!!!

    Home Away From Home

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    My teenage daughter and I stayed at The Columbine during a recent trip in Louisville. We always choose to stay at a B&B, if possible and I would highly recommend anyone venturing to Louisville to stay there.

    The rooms are charming. Rich and Bob provide a very relaxing,comfortable atmosphere and encouraged us to feel at home. My daughter especially loved the peanut butter cookies dipped in white chocolate while she was constantly!! checking her e-mail on the computer in the living room. Breakfast was delicious and served in their beautiful dining room. You will not be disappointed. I can't wait to return with my husband for the Derby in May.

    Average

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    I just discovered this site. We stayed at the Columbine last September and had a ok experence. The only thing was our bathroom was across the hall. My girlfriend wasn't very happy. She did upgrade us to a room with a bath. I love the area and the restaurants.

    Perfect Get-a-way weekend

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    Only a 90 minute drive from Indy to an absolutely perfect get-a-way weekend. My partner and I stayed at the Columbine February 20-21. Rich and Bob provide a very welcoming and exceptional accomodations.

    Breakfasts and conversations were most delightful They were most helpful in making suggestions and reservations for a special dinner at the OakRoom (Hilton). We look forward to our next visit!

    B&B Columbine

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    On January 3, 2004, we stayed at the Bed & Breakfast Columbine, Louisville, Kentucky which was very enjoyable. The rooms were clean, nicely furnished, and the breakfast was good.The best part of the stay was the owners. Robert and Richard were very hospitalble and interesting. They were both very knowledgeable about the history of the home. They took the time to talk with us and made sure our stay was enjoyable.

    Delightful accommodations, charming hosts

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    My husband and I stayed at the Columbine over the Christmas holidays.

    We were thrilled with the beautiful accommodations and the delicious breakfast. Our hosts made us feel welcomed and pampered.

    Thanksgiving Holiday at Columbine Bed & Breakfast

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    My family travelled to Louisville to visit family for the Thanksgiving holiday. We rented the Duncan Suite and found the inn to be beautiful and the accomodations very comfortable. The breakfast was delicious and would recommend the inn to all tripadvisor.com users.

    A real feeling of welcome

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    The innkeepers obviously thought of us as guests, not just boarders.

    The feeliing of being welcomed, along with the beautiful inn itself definitely made this a vacation to remember. We'll be back.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Columbine Bed & Breakfast Louisville

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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