Myrtledene B&B      
370 N Spalding Ave, Lebanon, KY 40033-1557, USA    
(800) 391-1721, (270) 692-2223
 
 

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Description

Circa 1833. Once a Confederate general's headquarters at one point during the Civil War, this pink brick inn, located at a bend in the road, has greeted visitors entering Lebanon for more than 150 years. When General John Hunt Morgan returned in 1863 to destroy the town, the white flag hoisted to signal a truce was flown at Myrtledene. A country breakfast usually features ham and biscuits as well as the innkeepers' specialty, peaches and cream French toast.

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Rates

$95 to $95

Payment Types Accepted Include Visa, Travelers Checks, Personal Checks and Master Card.

Amenities

This property has 4 total guest accommodations, 2 with private bath, 1 with fireplace and 1 conference room. The types of beds available include Twin and Double.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Turn-Down Service

Events Hosted

    • Weddings
    • Seminars
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Meetings
    • Family Reunions
    • Small Club Meetings
    • Receptions

Inns Of Interest

    • Civil War

Romantic Interest

Breakfast in room by request, large, antique appointed rooms

Innkeepers Association Memberships

BBAK

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Cancellation

5 days

Smoking

Limited.


Other Activities

    • Antiquing
    • Fishing
    • Live Theater
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Water Sports

Historic Interest

Headquarters of confederate General John Hunt Morgan. Morgan rode his mare up to front hall stairs.

Historic Awards:

  • State Register (Granted)

Historic Memberships:

  • Local Historical Society
  • City Historical Society

Nearby College/University

Centre, Campbellsville


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a lovely romantic getaway

We stayed two nights at Myrtledene and found it delightful. The room was gigantic and the entire antebellum home was filled with interesting antiques. James, our innkeeper, was the epitome of southern graciousness. Breakfasts were delicious. The home has been in the family for its nearly 180 year existence. We were charmed by this beautiful historic gem from another time.
Kristen Jones-Schmittgen
Elyria, OH
10/14/2009

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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InnSide Tip - nearby attractions
Myrtledene is in the midst of the Bourbon Trail and about a half hour from Bardstown, which is a charming town filled with history. Lebanon, the location of the B&B, is not that exciting but there is plenty to keep you interested in the nearby area.
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Elegant

Our night in the Cabbage Rose Room was an experience of another time, another culture. Your skill in preparing and presenting breakfasts was equally elegant. We'll be back!
Gregory and Farrah C
10/21/2008

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We'll be back

Our night in the Cabbage Rose Room was an experience of another time, another culture. Your skill in preparing and presenting breakfast was equally elegant! We'll be back!
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Publicity and Press Reviews

Lebanon Enterprise, Louisville Courier-Journal, Lebanon/Marion County Kentucky, Sunnyside.


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