Looking for that perfect house to experience one of the finest neighborhoods for dining, culture, arts, and shopping? Also looking for that fun historic home set up with thoughtfulness and flair? Then you must visit this charming home located next to historic Hadley Pottery and the 2nd oldest working bowling alley in the nation, Vernon Lanes, and at the intersection of Frankfort and Story Avenues in historic Butchertown. This house is the trendiest spot in the city. Great for couples, families, and groups.
- Calendar last updated:
- Dec 7, 2018
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Warming, welcoming, and charming
This is a great house that has lots of unique features. There is a record player in the living room to listen to music while sitting and chatting with friends and family it creates a great conversation piece and entertainment. The rooms allow space and privacy while sitting areas give you the change to mix and mingle. This house was truly a home away from home with enough space for all 6 of us.
Great space, perfect location
Great location in fun neighborhood only 5 min from downtown. We were in town for the Ironman and the house was ideal.
Charming house in a great neighborhood
Our group of six women on a mini college reunion found the house to be very comfortable and located in a great area of Louisville.
Great house in a very convenient location
Anybody visiting Louisville that plans on spending time downtown should use this house. Very close to everything. The house has a lot of charm and character. However the hobbit bathroom is not meant for anyone over 5’4”. That being said, it’s not enough of an issue to drop the rating. Great house.
This precious house was exactly right for my two friends and me to use as home base during our first visit to Louisville. We each got our own room with a big, comfortable bed. Local Restaurants, unique shopping and the downtown experience were mere minutes away in any direction. Since Hadley Pottery was first on my list of Louisville musts, (I’ve been collecting since the 1970’s) I was in heaven to be able to walk across the street and shop to my heart’s content at the factory. The bathrooms were well stocked with big fluffy towels and full sized shampoo, conditioner and soap. We all giggled over the clever use of space in the little bathroom off the downstairs bedroom. Everything we needed was in the kitchen. It was just like a good friend had let us stay at her home while she was away for a few days. Thanks for a delightful introduction to an amazing city.
I do have one suggestion. Since instructions asked that suitcases not be put on the beds or furniture I would have appreciated a luggage stand. It is difficult for some of us to bendover to the floor to rummage through our belongings.
Very well maintained