As it gets colder outside and the dark days of winter settle in, many of us turn to warm and cozy spaces indoors. Not only does the Bourbon Manor Bed and Breakfast offer you that warm, cozy space to curl up in, but it offers something else as well: The chance to explore the charming, historic town of Bardstown. And maybe a Bourbon cocktail or two.
There’s no better time for a little getaway to Bourbon Country in Kentucky, and our bourbon-themed Bed and Breakfast is Bardstown is just the place. Book your stay at our luxurious Bed and Breakfast this winter, and enjoy the warmth of a good old fashioned glass of bourbon in your hand.
Explore Bardstown This Winter
There really is no bad time to visit Kenucky’s famed Bourbon Country; but we do think visiting during the cold winter months has its benefits. There are smaller crowds around town, which means more time spent enjoying intimate dinners for two, shopping in our historic downtown, and tastings at the regions distilleries. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Take a tour of one of Bardstown many Bourbon Distilleries. They are: Barton 1792 Distillery and Visitor Center; Jim Beam American Stillhouse, Maker’s Mark Distillery, Four Roses Distillery, Willett Distillery, and Heaven Hill Distilleries Bourbon Heritage Center.
- Visit the Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History, where you’ll find a 50-year collection of rare whiskey artifacts.
- Go wine tasting at Springhill Winery or Chuckleberry Farm & Winery.
- Explore the beautiful trails at the Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest.
- Take a romantic ride on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train.
- Sip on delicious Bourbon cocktails and enjoy delicious tapas at our unique Bourbon-themed Bed and Breakfast and Bar.
- Stroll through the many great shops lining downtown Bardstown.
Bardstown will leave a permanent, and positive, impression on your heart. One stay here, and you’ll want to keep coming back year after year. Book your room at Bardstown’s most luxurious and unique Bed and Breakfast, the Bourbon Manor, and experience a winter in Kentucky like no other.