Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts
Kentucky and horses -- it is a connection most make without a second thought. Kentucky considers itself the "Horse Capital of the World" as well as being home to a great selection of Kentucky bed and breakfast lodging options. In the 1700's the horse breeders discovered that the rich limestone deposits of the Bluegrass Region nourished the thoroughbreds and a tradition was begun. The Lexington area now has more than 450 horse farms as well as the American Saddlebred Museum, the Kentucky Horse Park and several racetracks. Of course the most famous track is Churchhill Downs in Lousiville, which is also home to many a Kentucky bed breakfast.
If you are a duffer, then head to one of the 180 public golf courses scattered throughout the state of Kentucky. After playing 18 holes, settle down for a great night's rest at one of Kentucky bed & breakfasts. And the oldest USA golf course in continuous play is the Middlesboro Country Club, where they began teeing off back in 1889.
Kentucky is an entertaining getaway. The state of Kentucky is proud of its agricultural heritage and vibrant arts and crafts community, celebrating with festivals and fairs that welcome locals as well as visitors. After an entertaining day, have a relaxing night at a bed and breakfast in Kentucky. Tour the Wild Turkey distillery to learn the history of Kentucky Bourbon and browse the gift shop to raise your spirits. Join a jam session in Lexington, the heart of Bluegrass Country or take a family-friendly tour of Mammoth Cave, the world's longest cavern. Many of the Kentucky bed and breakfasts accept children too, so p plan a family vacation. Visit Abraham Lincoln's log cabin boyhood home, now a National Park. Tourist opportunities are as abundant as a bucket of Kentucky fried chicken.
So explore the grand state of Kentucky, from though bred racing to bourbon tasting, and all her romantic and rustic Kentucky bed and breakfast accommodations.
Kentucky B&B Associations