Chaplin Hill Bed & Breakfast: Danville’s Historic Getaway
DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ): Chaplin Hill Bed and Breakfast is a historic home outside of Danville, KY located on 21 acres of rolling Bluegrass. Originally constructed as a stone house in 1790 and expanded as an antebellum plantation house in the 1840s, Chaplin Hill Bed and Breakfast is a popular retreat on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Guests will enjoy relaxing on our veranda while enjoying views of the peaceful rolling bluegrass.
This is home to Jay Krumeich and Holly Wood, retired clergy from Illinois. It is their love of history that brought them to Danville to open Chaplin Hill Bed and Breakfast. Their home is designated as a Boyle County historic landmark and is appointed in period antiques. The oldest section of the home was a built in 1790 with additions built in the 1840’s and 1850’s.
Chaplin Hill has two spacious king-sized rooms and one full-sized room, all with private baths and breathtaking views.
Whether your interest is Centre College events, horse racing, Civil War battlefields and reenactments, Shaker history, festivals, museums, or the Bourbon Trail, Chaplin Hill Bed and Breakfast puts you within close distance. The rooms are as large as the hospitality and landscape. You are invited to come enjoy and learn a little of the history of this stunning house.
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