1 bedroom, private bathroom, private porch on the Lake with Wooded Views
About Tammy Donelson
We love hosting people from all over the world in our Captain's Cabin Bed & Breakfast. We opened Captain's Annex in our home for Derby and special events. My husband, Jan, is a licensed architect specializing in log and timberframe homes so when we found this property featuring TWO log cabin homes, we had to live here. I, Tammy, am a marketing consultant for healthcare companies and home sharing host. I love to cook and spoil my guests with gourmet breakfasts and lots of goodies. We are history buffs, especially the Lewis & Clark period. The cabins are full of artifacts and historic replicas from Jan's 2004-2006 bicentennial trip to the Pacific Ocean in a keelboat to commemorate the Lewis & Clark journey of 1804-1806.
Why Tammy Donelson chose Louisville
This property has a peace and tranquility that is hard to find. Wildlife abounds. The front porch provides a great view of the lake. The creek is just a few steps away where you can go wading of explore the waterfall.
What makes this House unique
Everybody loves our breakfasts! So will you! The fireplace is grand, yet cozy. The window seat offers a great place to read or rest.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Get away not too far away
This amazing log house makes you feel like you have escaped the city and gotten away to a slower pace. It is amazing clean and comfy. The breakfast was way more than we expected and so delicious. And all this minutes from Louisville.
Out if the hustle and bustle, beautiful surroundings
We were expecting a separate bed/bath so we were surprised that the room was part of the main house with the bathroom down a shared hallway. The owners, however, were very conscientious to ensure our privacy but very engaging.
The breakfasts were also amazing!
A great stay in Louisville.
We had a wonderful stay in this lovely room. Tammy and Jan are so hospitable and welcoming. Breakfast was wonderful each morning and we really enjoyed learning about the Lewis and Clark connection and seeing some of the memorabilia associated with the bicentennial celebration. The grounds are lovely and it was nice to stay a bit outside Louisville surrounded by trees and a small lake. Tammy also offered a cooking with Bourbon class which was very enjoyable as well. As it was Derby week, the Captain's cabin was already rented so we stayed in the main house. However, we toured the Captain's Cabin and it would be a wonderful place to stay if you ever get the chance. It is truly the cutest and coziest cabin we've ever seen.