Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Hummingbird Inn, Goshen, Virginia

Author: , December 7th, 2015

Hummingbird Inn

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

At the western edge of the beautiful Shenandoah valley near historic Lexington, Goshen Pass, and Warm Springs, The Hummingbird Inn, a unique Carpenter Gothic villa, offers deluxe accommodations in an early Victorian setting. Antique furnishings, modern bathrooms, and warm hospitality await you. More than full breakfasts satisfy the largest appetites. Elegant romantic candlelight dinners are available.

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Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals in Virginia

Louisville and Lexington – Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region

Author: , May 26th, 2011

Louisville & Lexington, KentuckyEvery year in May, all eyes fall upon Kentucky’s pastoral Bluegrass region. During the first week of the month, the city of Louisville holds the Kentucky Derby, the most celebrated Thoroughbred racing event in the country. But from spring clear through late autumn, it’s a fine time for touring the hilly, verdant swatch of northern Kentucky that includes the state’s two largest cities, Louisville and Lexington.

Despite the region’s generally conservative demeanor, Louisville has a growing core of hip neighborhoods, an increasingly locavore-driven restaurant scene, first-rate arts and culture, and one of the world’s largest gay nightclubs. And collegiate Lexington – just 75 miles away – makes a charming base for exploring nearby horse farms and acclaimed small-batch bourbon distilleries.

Louisville: A large, modern metropolis (city-county population 721,000) on Kentucky’s Ohio River border with Indiana, Louisville (pronounced loo-uh-vull) grew from its 1778 founding into a prominent transportation hub, first for riverboats, then for the railroad, and more recently as the worldwide air cargo hub for UPS.

Full Story from SFGN

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