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Great Cocktails to Enjoy at our Bourbon Bar & Lounge

Sipping smooth cocktails in a classy lounge is the perfect way to end any romantic evening, especially in Bardstown, Kentucky. This charming, historic town also happens to be “The Bourbon Capital of the World®.” There’s no better place to enjoy the perfect nightcap made with superior, local bourbon. With a long bourbon history and dozens

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Bourbon Manor Bed and Breakfast is Rated one of the Top 10 Most Romantic Inns in America by iLoveInns

One of the Top 10 Most Romantic Inns in America

Bourbon Manor B&B received a wonderful Valentine’s Day gift from the iLoveInns.com staff and customers. They have honored us with a coveted spot on their “Top 10 Most Romantic Inns in America” list. We couldn’t agree more with the article’s flattering summary of our special inn: “Share a love for each other and for bourbon at

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A Romantic Getaway in Kentucky’s Bourbon Country

Every couple needs a romantic getaway this winter, whether it’s for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary or just to spice up chilly nights. Bardstown’s quaint downtown, with historic buildings and tree lined streets, encourages romantic walks. It invites couples to stroll to the many fascinating antique stores, cozy pubs and intimate restaurants. Also enjoy the picturesque

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Discover Scenic Train Excursions on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train

Trains bring to mind the mystery and romance of elegant dining cars and beautiful scenery rolling by. Travel back in time riding in the restored 1940s cars on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train Railroad. In addition to a delicious seasonal, four course meal, they also offer exciting themed excursions. Solve a murder over dinner, ride

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Give the Gift of a Bardstown Getaway this Holiday Season

The gift giving season has arrived and life can get pretty busy. While the holidays are full of gatherings, parties and celebrations, a quiet getaway to charming Bardstown will rejuvenate the soul. Here discover the “Most Beautiful Small Town in America,” that offers a relaxing escape during this hectic time. Stroll the historic downtown and

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Explore Spooky Ghost Tours in Historic Bardstown, KY

Telling ghost stories under an autumn moon brings to mind the thrill of Halloween. Relive those childhood chills of excitement on a Bardstown Ghost Trek. After exploring Bardstown’s shopping, dining, and bourbon distilleries spend an evening discovering the spooky side of local history. In its 21st year, these 90 minute ghost tours visit three haunted

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Bardstown Arts, Crafts & Antiques Fair

  The Bardstown’s Arts, Crafts and Antiques Fair is an Autumn tradition and favorite of locals and tourists alike. Over 200 artists and craftsmen set up booths in Bardstown’s beautiful, historic district, and thousands of eager visitors stroll the tree-lined streets in the crisp October sunshine to get a jump on holiday shopping. This celebration of arts

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Explore the Kentucky Bourbon Festival in Bardstown

The premier festival for serious bourbon lovers comes to Bardstown September 12th to the 16th. Bardstown, the Bourbon Capital of the World, is the logical home of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival. This week long party transforms our quaint downtown into a bourbon celebration. In addition to distillery tours and tastings, learn about Kentucky bourbon history.

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Discover Civil War History in Bardstown, Kentucky

Uncover the fascinating past of the Civil War in Bardstown. This quaint town has many sites, museums, and tours that bring history to life. Kentucky remained neutral before and during the war, until the Confederates invaded in 1861. And this unique perspective is reflected with exhibits, collections and talks balanced between both Union and Confederate

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