If you consider yourself a bourbon lover and you’ve never had the chance to check out the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, you’re missing out on a truly amazing experience. Change that today by reserving a room at The Hill House, a KY bed and breakfast that provides comfortable lodging near the famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail. As you explore the birthplace of bourbon and all that it has to offer, there’s no better feeling than knowing you have a place nearby to rest your head after a fun-filled day.
For those who aren’t familiar with the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, it’s the self-described “gateway to the best bourbon brands, flavors, and varieties” in the world. When you choose a bed and breakfast like The Hill House for lodging, you’ll be able to partake in a self-guided journey along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and visit the 16 signature distilleries that call the trail home.
The distilleries along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail include:
- Maker’s Mark
- Heaven Hill
- Barton’s 1792
- Bardstown Bourbon Company
- Lux Row
- Jim Beam
- Wild Turkey
- Woodford Reserve
- Four Roses
- Town Branch Bourbon
- Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
- Old Forester
- Angel’s Envy
- Buffalo Trace – Not officially on the Trail, but a MUST-SEE
- Limestone Branch – Craft Distillery
- Willett Distillery – Craft Distillery
There are also 13 craft distilleries located just a short distance from our inn.
A trip to Kentucky really isn’t complete without a tour of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. You’ll learn everything there is to know about “America’s Official Native Spirit,” and get a chance to taste a few bourbons you may not get to enjoy on a regular basis. You’ll also get to see some truly amazing sights throughout The Bluegrass State as you work your way up and down the trail. It’ll all be made possible by the convenient lodging offered by The Hill House, the KY bed and breakfast that puts you just three miles from Maker’s Mark and close to many of the other distilleries in the area.
Call The Hill House at 877-280-2300 to book your stay at our KY inn and begin your exploration of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.