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This was an excellent stay for the price. The home is beautifully furnished and little touches of southern hospitality greet you at every corner. There are homemade cookies waiting out for you, Keurigs with coffee and tea available 24/7, a refrigerator full of cold drinks,and...More
Nice interior, bedrooms (DuPont room), bath. Excellent breakfast and on-site hostess. Walkable neighborhood with incredible mansions now in decline/restoration (in daytime) - seems to border a rather rough neighborhood. Next door is a vacant lot.
Owner is not on site. We had a true family...More
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Response from Herb W, Owner at Dupont Mansion B&BResponded 3 April 2017
I did not see this review until now. In the meantime, the referenced vacant lot has become a $12million history museum- a great neighbor. The entire neighborhood is special. It boasts the largest collection of Victorian Mansions in America.
We do charge a rebooking fee...More
We have just returned to our home in Texas and are full of memories of beautiful Kentucky. One of the loveliest memories is of Dupont Mansion B&B. We had imagined what this choice would be like. This B&B in actuality was even grander than we...More
We stayed two nights in the Edison Room in this beautifully-restored and tastefully-decorated mansion in the Old Louisville neighborhood near Central Park. The innkeeper Genny made us feel welcome and was a wealth of information about the house and Louisville. In Genny’s absence, owner Herb...More
We concluded our tour of the Bourbon Trail with a night in Louisville at the Dupont Mansion. What a lovely and hospitable home. There isn't any space in the home that looks tired, dusty or neglected. It's sparkly. We were in the Alcott Room on...More