My husband and I attended a client's event in Bardstown and stayed overnight at Springhill. It was perfect. We were able to check in early enough to settle in and dress for the event. Our room was spacious, quiet, comfortable and supplied with luxurious linens. Breakfast the next morning was amazing - especially the bourbon bread pudding and the conversation, led by Eddie's great stories about the house and surrounding area.
From the grounds to the innkeeper to the food and room all were superb, I highly recommend a stay here. Looking forward to going back. It rates a 10 on a 10 scale. Thank you Donna for being a superb hostess and innkeeper, every detail was appreciated.
If you appreciate an authentic historical hospitality setting, at its best which includes superb breakfasts this is your perfect destination---you will have found a winner.
What a terrific one night stay. We wished we could have stayed longer. Lisa Marie greeted us upon arrival and promptly gave us a tour of the house. We were then surprised by a wonderful happy hour of wine and cheese. Room was spotless, breakfast was more than we could eat delicious. We hope to come back in warmer weather to enjoy the beautiful patio.
We loved our time with Ms. Lesa Marie, were in the area for an early appointment at Makers Mark and found this lovely place on the internet. We had a nice quite relaxing evening with a delicious breakfast the next morning and were only 5 minutes from Makers Mark.
Had an enjoyable time at Springhill. Rooms were comfortable, meals outstanding and Carolyn's conversation about the property - very interesting. Having a winery on site was a plus. Wish we had warmer weather to enjoy evenings outside. Bathroom in Chardonnay room was part of the room and had limited privacy. Other than that all was great. Carolyn was a great hostess.
This was my first experience at a B&B. And I have zero complaints about Springhill. I am 38 yr old male, and my fiance is 40. We didn't get to spend a lot of time in the house, because we were in town for a friends wedding. But we did get to spend a little time inside their winery that's on premises, where they have great wine and a nice little laid back atmosphere. Inside the house, we came in late at night, and everyone was asleep. Our room was very clean and we had everything we needed. It was different having all of the older antique style furniture, bed, etc, but it was fine. Pretty neat really. We had a comfy bed, nice shower/toilet area, and everything else we needed. I did not know how I would feel sitting at the breakfast table with 10-12 people I've never met, but honestly it was great. We all felt like one big family at our family dining table. The owners Eddie and Carolyn are simply awesome. They cooked, served, and sat to eat with us! They were very friendly and made us feel at home, as well as eat so much food we were about to pop. And the best part of all was listening to them tell us stories about their old house, and the history behind it, and a few minor ghost stories! :) Be sure to ask him about those! So yes, all in all, this place was perfect for us, and I would recommend you giving them a try! I have no other stays to compare it to, so it will be interesting to see how this place compares to my next one! Safe travels!
Everything was great, the food, the stories at breakfast, the room, the grounds. We stayed in a room where we shared a bath, but it really was not a problem. Had a good time - we'd go back again.
Simply a most wonderful place to relax, unwind and enjoy! The owner, Lisa Marie, is an exceptional hostess who will do everything to ensure you are comfortable and feel welcomed. From a wine and cheese tray upon arrival to freshly prepared breakfasts in a family environment, one can expect satisfaction. Even Rudy James, the inn's mascot puppy, was ready to increase the pleasure of your stay! Rooms were quite nice, location was great (close to Kentucky Bourbon Trail and some magnificent churches to visit) there is something for everyone. This is one place worth visiting, and we know we will be back!
We stayed in the Cabernet Room which is the larger size, along with the Merlot Room. These rooms face towards the street but traffic noise is not an issue. Either of these rooms are very spacious with 12 foot ceiling.. The food is delicious. Nothing beats homemade! There is a Wine shop/tasting area on site. Ed & Carolyn encourage you to walk the grounds.. So, why not treat yourself to a very realxing moment.
EXCEPTIONAL SOUTHERN HOSPITIALITY nicely sums up our stay at The Hill House in Loretto, KY. Lisa Marie and staff ensured that our visit was wonderful. The extras were most special, from a welcoming Wine & Cheese Tray to the daily unbelievable breakfasts. We felt like we were visiting family and we will definitely be back at The Hill House!
Great place to stay for family or friends get together. Carolyn, Eddie, and MaryAnn our winery hostess made us feel right t home. The food and snacks are outstanding! Free bottled water, 7 am coffee delivered just outside bedroom door! Rooms are comfortable and decor fit right with the antebellum theme. Only complaint-wish there were doors or at least curtains to separate the bathroom from the bedroom.
This is by far the most charming destination if you are in the Bardstown area. The facility is a restored Ante Bellum home with a winery attached. The food was amazing and the hospitality beyond expectations. We will be back.
A great weekday or weekend getaway. Their wine is excellent and we felt like we were at home. Breakfast was delicious, so many dishes to choose from and home cooked. Close to Bardstown, where there are many things to see and do. A very friendly place to stay.
My husband and I stayed here for our 25th wedding anniversary. It was perfect. We could not have asked for a better stay. The food every morning was wonderful. We got to help harvest grapes. The local bourbon tastings where fun. I would stay there again
My husband and I stayed at the Springhill Winery Plantation Bed and Breakfast as part of our 10 year anniversary. The house is very clean and fabulous - many rooms to choose from. A full spread breakfast was served during our entire stay and either Eddie or Carolyn sat with us and told stories about the plantation which was very intriguing. We will definitely stay there again next time we are in the area. Tammy
What a lovely stay in the heart of the Bourbon Trail. Lisa Marie was a gracious and generous innkeeper/hostess. Just 3 miles from Maker's Mark Distillery, and close to The Cooperage, this was a comfortable, pleasant home which has been restored from the 1800's. Breakfast was delicious and when we left we felt as if we were a part of the family.
Unless you have experienced some time with Eddie and Carolyn, you may not really understand why there are so many positive reviews of the Springhill Plantation B & B involving specific mention of these owners/hosts.Nicely restored and renovated, this antebellum plantation home also has had a very interesting history. Accommodations consist of two larger rooms with King beds with several other smaller rooms with queen or double beds.Very nice public rooms, including a TV room.. No separate TV's in bedrooms - but who needs a TV when you stay here! Rooms are appropriately furnished and decorated. The beds were quite comfortable. Very quiet in the evening. Easy drive to Bardstown and a number of bourbon distilleries near by. Extensive breakfast. But the thing that separates this B&B apart apart from any other we have ever experienced are the stories and interactions of our hosts. If you enjoy charming Southern hospitality delivered with witty, humorous conversation, then book your room here (make sure Eddie & Carolyn will be there) and thank me after your visit! If you prefer modern, sleek, luxurious accommodations, then this will not be for you. While we like to be spoiled once in a while by staying in a luxury resort, we would take an evening with Eddie and Carolyn over any luxury hotel. I can't remember much about a number of five star(or higher) hotels that we have stayed at, but I will always remember our stay at Springhill with Eddie and Carolyn. https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g39205-d644595-r420371306-Springhill_Winery_Plantation_Bed_n_Breakfast-Bloomfield_Kentucky.html#
We enjoyed our stay and Eddie and Carolyn have a wonderful B &B. We stayed in the Merlot room and it was Very clean. They prepared a most amazing breakfast. Thank you for a wonderful experience.
My fiancé and I visited Loretto, Kentucky over Labor Day weekend hoping to explore the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. We choose The Hill House based on it's proximity to Maker's Mark; little did we know it was quite a trek to the other distilleries on the trail. However, we wouldn't have changed a thing! Upon our arrival we immediately felt like we had known Lisa Maria much longer than just a few minutes and fell in love with our room and the comfort of the B&B. Her breakfasts we amazing and we enjoyed sitting in the living room and relaxing after a day of exploring. We even stayed an extra day (partly to enjoy the distilleries, partly for one more night of comfort!)! We are already planning our next trip to the Trail, and more importantly, The Hill House!!