Southern Grace Bed and Breakfast

Brandenburg, Kentucky

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Southern Grace Bed and Breakfast is a five-star country inn that provides a luxurious getaway in a very casual southern setting.

At Southern Grace, you will find crystal chandeliers, leaded glass, splendorous 23-foot ceilings, and century-year-old antiques … sitting on a farm with alpacas, cows, goats, ducks, and chickens ready to be hand-fed. We offer fishing, paddle boating, swimming, or just plain luxurious relaxing. We offer amazing food and unguarded snacks. What are you waiting for? We are located near the Ohio River just outside of Brandenburg, KY, and very close to Ft. Knox and the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot and across the River is Southern Indiana’s Cave and Wine Country. We look forward to your visit!

David and his wife, Theresa, have carved out a bucolic niche in the rolling hills of west-central Kentucky that offers guests a peaceful retreat, outstanding food, and an opportunity to experience a bit of farm living. “We have guests who want to feed the animals and gather the eggs, and others who don’t. Here, it is all about what you want to do,” says Theresa. “We offer much more personal service than a hotel. You get a luxurious getaway that you are positive is going to be clean, and you don’t have to worry about the garbage trucks waking you up in the morning!”

The house, built by the Padgetts’ son at age 23, offers five guest rooms, each with a private bath, and four-poster beds with possibly the most comfortable mattresses on Earth. “We did a lot of research,” Theresa says, “on which mattresses were the best, the most comfortable, and these had the highest ratings. Our guests love them.” The addition of 600-thread-count linens makes a great night’s sleep inevitable. The rooms also are equipped with flat-screen TVs, free Netflix, WiFi, small refrigerators, and coffee service.

The main floor features gleaming hardwood floors, cozy lounging areas, a formal dining room, and an enormous eat-in kitchen that affords views of the pool and seemingly endless green, rolling hills. A 17th-century cabinet that had belonged to Theresa’s grandmother is in one corner, and a Civil War-era mantel frames the fireplace. Magazines and books abound, and a community computer is available to all, free of charge.


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