A Storybook Inn is a Select Registry Property
A Storybook Inn received the The Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence with a perfect score of 5.0
To further aid in your comfort, health and peace of mind, we use Hepa filter vacuum cleaners, hypoallergenic scent free detergents.
Guest rooms equipped with TV, VCR, and clock radio and IPOD and iPhone plug in.
All rooms have newly renovated private baths with air whirlpool bath. Gone With the Wind has a large two person shower with rain shower and massage shower. No tub in GWW.
Oversized thick organic towels, white terry bathrobes & fine toiletries.
Library is well stocked with books, over a dozen premiere monthly magazines,
Complimentary classic and modern movies, bird guides & guest computer.
Professional, licensed Massage Therapist on call. Couples or individual massage available.
Massages include: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Integrating Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Neuromuscular Therapy.
All massages ensuite on professional padded massage tables for your comfort, privacy and convenience.
Massage reservations must be made at least 2 days in advance. Subject to availability of appointment.
A Storybook Inn
A Storybook Inn is the only Select Registry Inn in Central Kentucky, the Horse Capital of the World. Though our guests come from all over the planet, we also count it a privilege to serve our local businesses and horse farms as exquisite accommodation for their overnight guests.
Historic Amsden-Haupt House, Circa 1838
We are told by the locals that do happen to discover us that “A Storybook Inn is a gem!”
Storybook is a magnificently restored historic inn filled with art and antiques and beauty but not stuffy in the least!
To our wonderful staff, serving our guests with excellence is a privilege and a joy.
Originally built in the late 1830’s, the property became an award winning inn in 2005. In three short years, we were chosen in the Top Ten Best Overall in the US by Bed and Breakfast.com. Chosen by "San Francisco Magazine" as the “Place to stay on the Bourbon Trail.” And by "Knoxville Magazine" as the “destination of choice for the Kentucky Derby.”
In 2010, the entire inn experienced an "extreme make-over." The results are stunning to say the least.
Our private suites are some of the finest in the world. Each suite tells it own story with the tastefully appointed themed classic movie themes and our new equine themed 3.5 BR, 3.5BA 2,000+ sq. ft. Huntsman Chase Guesthouse. (Rented as one unit)
In the hustle and bustle of our modern world, we all long for a beautiful place where we can rest, where we feel welcomed and pampered in an unobtrusive way. Your search is over for an incredible destination that skillfully combines elegant design, impeccable cleanliness with a gracious tangible sense of calm and welcome.
A Storybook Inn is a wonderfully private venue. Our guests tell us that they feel they have escaped the world behind the old brick wall of the English courtyard.
In the 50-foot glorious glass Conservatory (resembling an English Orangery) breakfast is served in the mornings and is a wonderfully lovely place for guests gather in the afternoon for dessert and nibbles...or just to be.
“Close to Everything, but worlds apart!”
A Storybook Inn is more like a small luxurious European inn than what many people stereotypically think of as a “Bed and Breakfast.” Royalty feels at home here. Amazingly elegant but not stuffy; from our fabulous professional décor, our gracious hospitality, and wonderful fresh multicourse breakfasts, A Storybook Inn exists to serve our cherished guests.
“Having traveled extensively around the world and stayed at some amazing venues, the Storybook rates at the highest level. This was real hospitality with exceptional service and food. We will be back!!”
“Attention to detail, newly refurbished and decorated, warm and gracious hostess, delicious food, elegant but comfortable rooms-you just want to snuggle up and read a book all afternoon.”
Member of Bed and Breakfast Association of Kentucky
Member of Woodford Country Tourism Commission
Featured in San Francisco Magazine as the place to go to tour The Bourbon Trail
Featured in the Knoxville Magazine as the place to stay for The Kentucky Derby
Featured in the Lexington Herald Leader