AWARD WINNING KENTUCKY GAY B&B ON THE BOURBON TRAIL
Welcome to Maple Hill Manor in Springfield, Kentucky, an award-winning in voted Kentucky’s Best B&B, B&B with the Most Historic Charm, Best Breakfast in the Southeast, as well as Best B&B in the South, Top 10 B&B Farmstay for a Haycation, and more. Come see why people love our Kentucky bed and breakfast so much.
Our Kentucky gay B&B is just a short hop away from Bardstown, and less than an hour by car from Louisville or Lexington. We’re also just two hour away from from Cincinnati or Nashville – perfect for a weekend getaway.
We’re also a working farm, set on fifteen quiet acres on Central Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail. The home is considered one of the best-preserved Antebellum Homes in the Commonwealth.
The Maple Hil Mano is filled with historic charm – Thomas Irvine McElroy built this lovely Greek Revival Plantation Home on 949 acres and gave it as a wedding gift to his bride, Sarah Jane Maxwell.
1851 Historic Maple Hill Manor’s colorful past is checkered with stories it was an Antebellum Plantation, then later used as a Civil War Confederate Encampment & Union Hospital. And at one point, it was the childhood home to Phil Simms, a former New York Giants Quarterback and Super Bowl XXI’s MVP, as well as a popular Dinner Hall and children’s home.
Filled with many amazing architectural features, our Kentucky gay B&B is also accented with Italianate detail. The home has more than 7,000 square feet of space, including fourteen-foot ceilings, twelve-foot doorways, and huge picture windows.