Though well-intentioned children try to re-create the bed and breakfast experience for their parents, it usually ends with piercing fire alarms and a pancake-batter parka for the dog. Trust the bed and batter masters with today’s Groupon: for $150, you get a two-night stay at the award-winning Maple Hill Manor bed and breakfast, just over an hour away in Springfield (up to a $300 value). If a room rate is more than $300 for two nights, you may apply the value toward a higher-priced option and pay the difference. This Groupon is good for stays Sunday–Thursday nights as well as 48-hour last-minute availability for Friday and Saturday nights. Room rates are higher during holidays and festivals. Voted one of the 2010–2011 Best Innkeepers in the U.S. by BedandBreakfast.com, Maple Hill Manor lets guests relax and unwind in grand antebellum surroundings. The manor features seven uniquely furnished guest rooms named after and inspired by historical figures such as Harriet Beecher Stowe ($119 a night, Monday–Wednesday, $129 a night Thursday–Sunday) and Jefferson Davis ($139 a night, Monday–Wednesday, $149 a night Thursday–Sunday). All rooms come with a full country breakfast, homemade desserts, a 24-hour beverage service, and a ghostly visit from the room’s namesake for a midnight game of Electronic Battleship. Guests who spend two stately nights in the Abraham Lincoln Library ($139 a night, Monday–Wednesday, $149 a night Thursday–Sunday) enjoy a real gas-log fireplace, a grand queen-size bed, and a floor-to-ceiling mahogany bookcase containing many of Lincoln’s memoirs and eloquently composed text messages. The country breakfast—featuring an assortment of eggs, breakfast meats, and Maple Hill Manor jams, jellies, and syrups—is served in an exquisite dining room next to a historic mural depicting the house as it was in 1851. Surrounded by rolling bluegrass, this marvelously preserved antebellum Greek Revival plantation home is set on a 15-acre working farm that features fruit orchards, alpacas, and chupacabras. Nestled among Kentucky’s many vineyards and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Maple Hill Manor is the perfect pit stop between visits to vibrant wineries and world-renowned distilleries. Horse enthusiasts, theater fans, and nature lovers alike will find plenty of attractions in the surrounding area.
- We spent a fabulous weekend at Maple Hill. Beautifully decorated for the holidays, fabulous breakfasts and desserts, and wonderful hosts. Highly recommend - always a wonderful, relaxing time. – NMom, TripAdvisor
- Maple Hill Manor is a lovely plantation home where one can relax, have delicious food, and interesting conversations with the hosts and guests. – Nita15, TripAdvisor
2941 Perryville Rd.
Springfield, Kentucky 40069Get Directions