The inn was beautiful and the street was just lovely with all of the old Victorian homes, the park in the middle, and the fountain. Pat was the perfect host and thought of everything. She went out of her way to make us feel at home. We will definitely stay there again!
A quaint and historic B&B in the heart of bourbon country. Stayed for four nights and loved every minute! Todd was a gracious host and a wealth of local knowledge. Great place for a romantic getaway and not far from most of the places one wants to visit in bourbon country. You will love their breakfast! Thanks Todd for a great time!
My girlfriend and I have been here three times and a new room each time. The grounds are amazing, the freshness like no other. Every bed full of pillows, soft and not surprisingly, time disappears. There is a peaceful soul here like no other place we have been The food outstanding. Everything here, is a theme, all in perfect concert, perfect peace. Put the rushing of the world on hold and appreciate this secret serenity.
Five stars just doesn't do this cozy, romantic inn the justice it deserves. I selected a night at this inn (after extensive research) as a Christmas present for me and my ladyfriend. I thought we would take a night in Louisville, have dinner, and stay at a comfortable bed and breakfast. The Tucker House is a wonder. It's a beautiful, nationally-registered historic home, replete with fine period antiques. Everything from the carefully laid brick to the original wood floors--it's a treat for the senses. We were greeted by Steve, who showed us the dining room (where there were fresh cookies) and escorted us to our room--The Courting Chamber--on the second floor, where there was also a balcony and a private bathroom with a two-person bathtub. Steve was friendly and accommodating, leaving us keys and telling us breakfast would be at nine the following morning. The house was immaculately clean and smelled like sweet winter, with leftover notes of Christmas. We went out for dinner but were eager to get back to the room, where we slept on a comfortable bed with access to satellite TV. It was a great night. The grounds are also beautiful, and though it was muddy from recent rains, we were able to walk down to the ruins of the old spring house, and also pet the cat--Julep--sleeping in her bed. I also noticed they had a heated pad in the cat's basket. It's always nice to see pets well cared for. Anyway, the breakfast was exquisite. We were the only ones at the inn that morning, but the owners spared no expense. The first course was a sweet grilled grapefruit topped with sliced grapes and fresh blueberries. The second course was signature-recipe scrambled eggs that were truly delicious and crispy bacon. This was followed by the third course--gingerbread pancakes with hot maple syrup. The flavor of those pancakes seemed to resonate with the post-Christmas feel of the inn. We were kept well stocked on coffee, tea, orange juice, and water.
We had a great time stayin at the Inn at St. James court. The house and the host both were fantastic. I would definately recommend the Inn for anyone looking for an authentic Louisville experience. Great for Business, leasure travel, going to the game, etc...
This B and B is the best ever!! The accommodations and amenities are second to none. Cheryl has the most delicious breakfasts. I can't say enough about the 'taste of Kentucky' that we experienced. There will certainly be a repeat visit!
We found every aspect of our B&B experience exceptional. The house is beautifully appointed, blending modern functionality with historic charm. The staff was warm and welcoming, the food scrumptious and well presented, and we loved the presence of the family pets. We were made to feel at home immediately.
Our second visit to the Central Park B&B coincided with opening night of Shakespeare in the Park, just across the street. We enjoyed that and just being back in Old Louisville, with its Victorian charm. As usual, Bob and Eva were gracious and welcoming. During an afternoon thunderstorm we enjoyed relaxing on the back porch ... and a bit of moonshine from the well-stocked refreshment area. Our room and bed were comfortable and we slept well. Our gourmet breakfast was delicious; Eva assured us that everything was organic. And we enjoyed spending an hour with two other couples at the large dining table. Just a short distance from downtown Louisville, the Central Park B&B and Old Louisville are a pleasant step back in time.
A beautiful room with a wonderful bed and great sheets! Marsha's breakfasts are truly the best i've had in the 30 bnbs that i've visited !Looking forward to returning when my travel is for pleasure instead of business. Thank you, Marsha! Lisa
We spent 2 wonderful nights and had a relaxing time for 25th wedding anniversary. We adored the resident dogs and horses. The breakfast was sumptuous and delicious, beautifully presented. We hope to find an excuse to stay there again!
My wife, adult daughter, and I had the pleasure of spending only one night at Central Park. We were in town for a wedding. Robert and Eva are great innkeepers and very hospitable. We actually stayed in the Carriage house because we needed the extra bed. It was nice having the full kitchen! We went to Donsi Pizza around the corner and got a takeout pizza and took it back to the room for lunch. Nice having big refrigerator for drinks and leftovers. Breakfast was elegant and wonderful. We highly recommend this B&B.
Gorgeous property. Extremely helpful innkeepers. We pulled up and parked, Dylan came out to greet us, along with the two most friendly dogs! He showed us to our room (The Mint Julep) for the evening. Loved the stained glass window over the bathroom too. Beautiful antiques everywhere. High ceilings, lovely spiral wood staircase. Great anniversary getaway. We enjoyed our (on the house) anniversary drinks at the Bunghole Bourbon Lounge on the property and discovered our credit card was later charged for the free drinks. We were told the charge would be reversed; however we're still waiting for it to show on the credit card statement. We'll be back hopefully sooner than later for another stay!
What a WONDERFUL place to stay! Theresa and David were so friendly and accomodating! This place is beautiful and serene. We cannot wait to return ASAP! The breakfast is absolutely amazing!!!! There are choices galore! You even get to pick the time you want to eat breakfast!
If you would like to meet the two nicest people in all of Kentucky, then stay at the Central Park B&B and spend some time with owners Bob and Eva. We were in town for the weekend and decided to skip the hotel scene and enjoy a B&B. So glad we did. Absolutely no comparison. Made some great new friends and got to experience everything that the Central Park B&B has to offer. The house is spectacular, the accommodations are luxurious, the food is phenomenal and the hospitality is second to none. Old Louisville is beautiful and rich in history. Thanks again Bob and Eva, we will see you again.
My daughter and I stayed for two nights again in late December while on route to Tennessee. As in a previous visit, the rooms were beautifully appointed and the breakfasts were nutritious and delicious. Cheryl is a great cook! The Inn was beautifully decorated for the Christmas season and although the weather was a bit cool, the warm welcome made us feel at home. We love this Inn. E. and K.
Wow! I was fortunate to experience 4 nights of endless pampering at the finest Bed and Breakfast ever-Central Park of Louisville. Eva and Robert were the perfect innkeepers from sun up to sun set and beyond. Amazing accommodations, impressive 5 star quality dining which centralizes around a home which invites one to inhale the beauty of our senses. Eva and Robert dedicate their business to pleasing their guests. Every second of my time with the Wessels, displayed their commitment to making my trip to Louisville so perfect and memorable. I have never stayed at a place whereby the guests are treated like royalty. It is rather sad to leave the Central Park Bed and Breakfast and return to normal life in the Hudson Valley section of New York. I shall be returning as a regular guest to this impressive, impeccable and inviting inn. Bravo to the Wessels for sharing hospitality to everyone. I loved each day at the Central Park Bed and Breakfast of Louisville, KY. My favorite inn is Central Park Bed and Breakfast. Stellar place which should receive a rating much higher than outstanding.
Southern Grace is the perfect 'feel good' Bed and Breakfast place. It sits majestically atop a hill on 15 beautiful acres and has all the country living experiences you could want...chickens, goats, alpacas, a fishing pond, ducks, serenity and beauty. Theresa and David are down-to-earth welcoming innkeepers and they sure do whip up fantastic breakfasts! Each evening we selected our breakfast choice and then had to sleep fast to wake and experience things like pumpkin-pecan waffles, maple-glazed bacon and the best oatmeal anywhere. Our room was totally comfortable with two luxurious beds and a small refrigerator. Theresa has a knack at drawing maps and directing guests to all the best places to visit whether you want to shop, hike, or sightsee that particular day. One day, we thoroughly enjoyed just staying 'home' and taking in the beauty of the inn and the grounds, and feeding the alpacas! It was so delightful and peaceful and a real treat for two city kids!
My stay at the Bourbon Manor was absolutely fantastic! The rooms were so beautiful and rich with history. The service was great as well, Todd was very accommodating, attentive and genuinely cared about making our experience memorable. Thank you, Todd!!