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PlacesBardstown, KentuckyBed and BreakfastJailer's Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Carol Cobb Wooten
· January 1, 2017
Several couples friends reserved every room in the inn for New Year's Eve. It was just perfect for our group. We loved the unique history of this B&B! The staf...f was friendly and very knowledgeable about the old jail. Bardstown is a lovely place, rich in history and Kentucky tradition. The Jailer's Inn is a wonderful place to stay and start any adventure. See More
Michael Howard
· June 22, 2017
This was my first BnB experience, and even though I was only there about 12 hours, they were 12 very pleasant hours. The folks that run the place are great and room was very clean and comfortable. I had to leave early, so I missed breakfast, so I can't comment on that. I'm thinking I need to come back with my wife when we have some time to enjoy the place and explore Bardstown. See More
Jack Daniel Bridges
· January 15, 2017
We just got home from there and already want to go back. Wife got us two rooms. The boys had a blast with their ghost hunting equipment. The staff was amazing.... The breakfast was really good. We spent a couple hours driving around and seeing all the rich history the town has so well preserved. Can't wait to go back. See More
Tim Prather
· March 27, 2017
Such a wonderful place to stay. It was very quaint and charming. The host were fantastic. We got a tour from Lisa and she did such a great job. The breakfast was really good. I cannot rave enough about this place.
Todd Olson
· April 7, 2017
The inn is a mix of the historical and modern. Our room featured original​ exposed​ rough hewn logs and a glimpse​ of the limestone​ behind​. Breakfast​ was delicious​. The tour of the jail after​ breakfast​ was interesting​. Ghosts​? Sorry​, nothing​ to report.
Diane Bishop
· March 3, 2017
It was a great experience, the rooms were very nice. Enjoyed Bardstown's uniqueness. Paul was an outstanding host, very personable and knowledgeable of the old jail and its historical significance. He also makes a delicious breakfast! Can't wait to come back with friends!
Rita Benson
· October 31, 2016
I truly enjoyed my stay in the Colonial room of this historic inn! The staff was extremely friendly & accommodating. Lisa fixes a terrific Jailhouse Rock casser...ole! There was plenty of fresh fruit for everyone. I loved meeting the other guests & sharing our experiences over breakfast. My room was even more inviting & charming than the website pictures show. The bed was extremely comfortable. I did not use the double jacuzzi but it was certainly nice to know that option was available. Be sure to take the tour of the jailhouse with Lisa if you want plenty of interesting history as well as inexplicable experiences Lisa has encountered in her time there. Bardstown is a charming town with plenty of friendly people eager to assist you to ensure you enjoy your visit. I would definitely visit this town again & would want to stay at no other place than the Jailer's Inn Bed and Breakfast! See More
Lindsey Allison Harmon
· October 24, 2016
Me and my hubby went there for our 4 yr wedding anniversary and it was top notch! Warm and inviting. The staff was friendly. The inn was clean. breakfast casser...ole was delicious! The owner was funny and quirky. Very informative tour. I would definitely go back and recommend. For the price it wasn't much more than your average hotel and the personal feel made it much more enjoyable than a average run of the mill hotel. Next time your going to be in the area stop in stay. Make your reservation sooner than later cause they book fast. Make memories, take pictures and leave only fingerprints at this wonderful... yet "a bit" haunted place! See More
Mikayla Burnett
· October 23, 2016
We stayed the night here in the Colonial Room to celebrate my husband's birthday and sightsee Bardstown. The city is rich with history, so much to do! We really... enjoyed the pizza at Cafe Primo, so we highly recommend eating there. We also enjoyed visiting Old Talbots's Tavern. As for the Inn, the bed was amazingly comfortable and we never wanted to get out of it. The room was quaintly furnished. We loved the Jacuzzi and the cotton bathrobes. The breakfast was delicious and pleasantly not what I expected. I was expecting your run-of-the-mill bacon and eggs. We were served this yummy cream cheese stuffed French toast dish with lots of fruit. So good! We thankfully had no ghost encounters and initially had no clue this was a haunted bed and breakfast. The staff were so accommodating, friendly, and helpful. The tour of the jail was VERY cool and informative. Great value for the location - within walking distance to anything in downtown Bardstown. Loved our trip and we are sad it is over! See More
Kelli Ingram Pearce
· November 6, 2016
Had a great time with a group of friends..... Staff is super helpful and it's such a unique place to stay... Rooms are decorated beautifully. No ghost stories for any of us but the history of the jail is really cool. Definitely recommend as a place to stay.
John Cox
· June 13, 2017
Had an awesome experience and everyone was so nice...I highly recommend it!
We will be back soon!
Jennifer Bridges
· January 15, 2017
It was Amazing! Staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms were so unique and the town has so much history, SO MUCH HISTORY, that we WILL be back because you can't experience it all in one day!!!!!
Kendra Holliday
· March 26, 2017
We've stayed here 2 or 3 times now. Such a fun theme B&B, very convenient to Bourbon Trail, with lots within walking distance. Love the history behind it.
Bob Williams
· October 17, 2016
It was a really fun experience. The breakfast in the courtyard was very nice. First time I ever had bourbon for breakfast. But, it's not required if you'd rather not.
Baxter Wilcox
· May 24, 2016
Love love love this place! Stayed here for the bourbon festival two years in a row, and can't wait to get back this year. Rooms are beautiful, beds are so comfy, Paul the owner is so welcoming and helpful....perfect location, great breakfasts,...what's not to love?!!!
Jennifer Rodgers
· February 15, 2017
My husband and I were doing a walking tour of the town on Valentines Day and was told to go visit the jail. Wonderful Tour and great hospitality! Will definitely go back and stay overnight!
Lisa Calvillo
· October 31, 2016
.We stayed the Saturday before Halloween. The rooms are amazing. The pillows and bed are so soft. This place is definitely haunted though!! At 3 AM we saw an image of a little girl in bed One!
Mike Schickel
· March 19, 2017
Wonderful time, manager was great and loved the tour and history of the place.
Felecia Perkins Manley
· April 5, 2017
Grate fun. Really enjoyed our stay. Would do it again.
Kellie Chism
· April 27, 2016
Absolutely amazing comfort and hospitality!! The town and especially the Jailer's Inn is rife with history and stirs the imagination about the lives of those wh...o inhabited the area 100 years, maybe more, ago. Jailer's Inn is a place you will not want to leave and perhaps, even in death, some have not ;) See More

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May 17

**GREAT NEW VENUE** @ MY Old KY Home Rotunda & Lawn

Bardstown Rotary is ta...king the 42nd Annual Wine & Cheese Tasting Festival to another level this year by relocating the event to the beautiful My Old Kentucky Home State Park Rotunda & Lawn. This event is one you don't want to miss out on. We have upgraded our Wine and Cheese selections as well this year. Please Save the Date and Join the Bardstown Rotary at the My Old Ky Home Rotunda & Lawn for our 42nd Annual Wine & Cheese Tasting Festival! We would also like to enourage guests to where their favorite Derby hats!

Saturday June 3, 2017 - 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Tickets - $35 Per Person Advance Tickets
$40 Per Person at the Door

Advanced Tickets Available at:
Clark's Jewelers
Kenny's Cleaners
Bardstown Tourist Commission
The Kentucky Standard & PLG-13
Medica Pharmacy Bardstown

Please SHARE this post to help your local Bardstown Rotary get the word out on this great Event & New Location!! SHARE, SHARE, SHARE....Thank you!
See you all on SaturdayJUNE 3rd!

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