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This lovely hotel is located in Glasgow Area. With a small number of only 4, this null is very convenient for a quiet stay. In addition, Wi-Fi access is offered at the establishment's common spaces. Hall Place Bed and Breakfast provides parking for guests' convenience.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Great, charming, BNB built in 1852, listed on the historical registry
Reviewed 18 september, 2021
Charla the proprietor was friendly and welcoming. Breakfast was bacon, eggs, pancakes, fruit, orange juice, coffee and tea. It's location felt safe and parking was ample. The house itself was in good shape and the decor was nifty. Nice place, beds were comfortable, and tv's were provided in both rooms of the suite. Bathroom was modernized and comfortable with expected amenities.
Great Place to Stay, History, Tea and Fun
Reviewed 21 june, 2020
We just stayed at Hall Place Bed and Breakfast, 3 nights, 2 days. There is a trip alert for this bed-and-breakfast that says “whites only.” I was concerned at first but then realized it was from seven years ago and this property has changed ownership ship since then. This house was built in 1852. It was a Union army headquarters for a while. The current owner is working on getting more information about its history. This was our first trip since we had our son in March. Owner Sharla Emmers was very personable and made sure to match us with the room that had many things in it that made our stay with the baby much easier. The rooms are very spacious with high ceilings. We were concerned that the baby crying early in the morning would disturb other guests but the walls are very thick and no one heard anything in the next room over. The sheets are super soft and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious consisting of fruit (the fresh pineapple was amazing!!), bacon, eggs, and depending on the day pancakes, French toast or waffles. I love the library with the bookcase ladder. Our room was right beside the billiards parlor. I spent a lovely afternoon there reading with the baby napping beside me. The square is only about two blocks away. With coffee shops, and variety of antique stores and boutiques. Everyone was very friendly in the town. Also within walking distance is the Kentucky cultural center. (Unfortunately it was closed when we were visiting.) The bed-and-breakfast also has a Tea Room there, called Theodosia’s Tea Room. Tea was a pot of tea, choice of fresh fruit or soup, 3 types of tea sandwiches, and scones. The beef vegetable soup was amazing. It was super hearty and flavorful. The scones were the best I’ve ever tasted. They are made right then and melt in your mouth. Sharla plans to reopen Smokin’ Eats at Hall Place July 1st. We hope on our next trip down we can try it out.
New Owner, Great Tea
Reviewed 9 january, 2020
We had an excellent ‘Noon Tea’ at Hall Place B&B. Tomato bisque soup, three different types of finger sandwiches, scones with whip cream and jelly and a pot of tea. We called to make the reservation and they worked with us on the different types of soups. The B&B is under new ownership. It is clean and well arranged.
The Mrs. and I had a great time!
Reviewed 18 march, 2014
No problems to report! Enjoyed our stay and will return. I however noticed the two reviews from the jokers from Chicago. I read their reviews and came to the conclusion they feel some sort of entitlement based on their race. I love it when people play the race card to get through life. In my profession I see a lot of the race card getting thrown around and am pretty certain the actual racists are the two jokers that posted from Chicago. Anyway, enough ranting about unimportant people. We recommend staying here, especially for the history.
Holiday at Hall Place
Reviewed 15 december, 2013
Staff was very welcoming. Accommodations were very warm & inviting. Arrived as guests left as friends. If you have not experienced the quaint appeal of a bed and breakfast I Would highly recommend Hall Place Bed & Breakfast