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The staff was outstanding. The room was clean and nice. The only thing we found not to our liking was the trains going by during the night. From what other guests said about their not hearing the trains is that I’d make sure your room is on the backside of the house vs the front side facing the tracts. Would we stay again, absolutely. We’d just make sure the room was on the backside.

Such a beautiful building with lovely staff. They are so kind and friendly.

Endearing location with plenty of porch space to enjoy one's morning cup of coffee. Nice greenery all around and a railroad that puts me in mind of home. Caves are just down the road. Hosts are responsive and knowledgeable of the area. Breakfast is delightful. Rooms are winsomely decorated and clean in addition to being well-maintained and modernized. Beds are comfortable and amenities reasonable.

The people, food, and atmosphere was all wonderful.

We planned to stay here for one night and ended up staying for 2. The staff/owners were very friendly, but not intrusive. We at dinner and breakfast there and both meals were fabulous. The rooms were comfortable and clean. You could tell they took great care of the place. The one thing that didn't bother us, but that you should know if you're a light sleeper is that it is very close to a train track (I believe maybe it used to be a train station or something). The trains woke my husband and I up once each night we were there, but we were able to quickly fall back to sleep. I wouldn't let that stop me from staying here at all since it is by far the nicest inn that I've stayed at.

Beautiful bed and breakfast. Staff were excellent. No concern for the trains, they are hardly noticeable. Would stay again in a heartbeat.

Funky old Victorian Inn. Breakfast was a little late for getting out early. Dinner was not available every night. Like the place overall.

On a recent trip to Kentucky I wanted to surprise my spouse with an overnight visit to a turn of the century B&B. She's into antiques, history and old houses. With our stay at Grand Victorian Inn, she experience all. The Inn was everything she likes and she was able to immerse herself in what it might have been like to be a traveler in the early 1900's. But the surprise of the stay was the owners and staff. The owners welcomed us and made us feel at home immediately. We were on a tight schedule the next morning - the staff prepared breakfast for us slightly eary so we could get on the road and make our appointment.

Every single thing about this stay was top notch except for no in room coffee and being early risers it was tough waiting for the kitchen to open.Having said that it would not stop me from staying there again in a heartbeat, the staff, the setting, the accommodations,the food and even the toiletries were all equ ally part of a wonderful stay and yes we enjoyed the periodic trains going past, they have a sweet sound all there own

We have stayed in B&B's before and this one falls far below our exceptions. First of all, the trains are annoying, but we knew that going in. Our biggest complaint is the lack of hospitality. When we arrived, we checked in at an office where the keeper didn't even get out of the chair to greet us. We told her who we were and she handed us a key and told us where our room was. That is all. No welcome, no tour, no history of the house. We had a cave tour early the next morning and asked if we could get breakfast early, but she said no, it was served at 8:30 sharp. Breakfast the next day was good: eggs, bacon, and waffles with orange juice and a SMALL bowl of fruit (four grapes, on small strawberry, two blueberries, one blackberry and one raspberry). But get used to that if you are staying more than day-it was the same breakfast all three days. We left for activities after breakfast and came back in the afternoon. To our surprise, the housekeeping was almost nonexistent. The bed was't made and nothing was cleaned up or vacuumed. The only thing that was done was we were given fresh towels every day. That is all. Be prepared to feel like you're at home-and by that I mean you have to clean the room yourself. The rooms don't have cups to drink from, and only small bottles of water the first day that were hard to refill in the sink and never restocked. Now, the food at the restaurant for dinner: it was terrible. We wanted to get their "signature" sandwich, a fried green tomato san

As a first stay at a bed and breakfast, our choice was a great one. The historic train station and hotel was perfect for us due to its close proximity to Mammoth Cave. Hosts Karin and Gary made our stay very pleasant and the rooms were wonderful with vintage furniture and decorations. The periodic passing of trains added to the ambiance.

The staff were very nice and welcomed us. Bed was very comfortable. Hotel was close to lots of places to eat and mammoth cave that we visited.

Old Dixie Hwy Park City KY

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking

Mammoth Cave National Park is a short stroll from Grand Victorian Inn, and other popular attractions like Diamond Caverns Golf Course are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 11-room, 3.5-star bed & breakfast has free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free full breakfast, served each morning from 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM. Get a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 11 individually decorated rooms provide free bottled water and ironing boards. Guests can expect free WiFi and 19-inch TVs with cable channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Guests of Grand Victorian Inn enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and wedding services. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff can help with tours or tickets, and provide local restaurant recommendations. Additional amenities include a water dispenser, a garden, and a picnic area.

Room options

Room, 1 Queen Bed, Private Bathroom (Eight)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite, Private Bathroom (Renfro)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, 1 Queen Bed, Private Bathroom (Nine)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite, Private Bathroom (Joy)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Grand Victorian Inn

Everyone (6) Couples (3) Family (3)
4
Families

The staff was outstanding. The room was clean and nice. The only thing we found not to our liking was the trains going by during the night. From what other guests said about their not hearing the trains is that I’d make sure your room is on the backside of the house vs the front side facing the tracts. Would we stay again, absolutely. We’d just make sure the room was on the backside.

By on Aug 11, 2019

Review comment responded on Aug 22, 2019

Thank you! Feeling blessed by your love for the inn and see you on your return visit!!

5
Families

Such a beautiful building with lovely staff. They are so kind and friendly.

By , from Indianapolis on Jul 31, 2019

Review comment responded on Jul 31, 2019

Thank you so much! Glad you like the Victorian decor and a step back in time! See you on a return visit to our lovely area...so many things to do!!

5
Families

Endearing location with plenty of porch space to enjoy one's morning cup of coffee. Nice greenery all around and a railroad that puts me in mind of home. Caves are just down the road. Hosts are responsive and knowledgeable of the area. Breakfast is delightful. Rooms are winsomely decorated and clean in addition to being well-maintained and modernized. Beds are comfortable and amenities reasonable.

By on Jul 12, 2019

Review comment responded on Jul 12, 2019

so precious I posted it on Facebook, thank you so much. See you next visit.

4
Partner Couples

The people, food, and atmosphere was all wonderful.

By on Apr 28, 2019

Review comment responded on Apr 29, 2019

Wonderful,thank you!! See you next time!

5
Couples

We planned to stay here for one night and ended up staying for 2. The staff/owners were very friendly, but not intrusive. We at dinner and breakfast there and both meals were fabulous. The rooms were comfortable and clean. You could tell they took great care of the place. The one thing that didn't bother us, but that you should know if you're a light sleeper is that it is very close to a train track (I believe maybe it used to be a train station or something). The trains woke my husband and I up once each night we were there, but we were able to quickly fall back to sleep. I wouldn't let that stop me from staying here at all since it is by far the nicest inn that I've stayed at.

By on Mar 23, 2018

5
Everyone

Beautiful bed and breakfast. Staff were excellent. No concern for the trains, they are hardly noticeable. Would stay again in a heartbeat.

By , from Michigan on Feb 12, 2018

4
Everyone

Funky old Victorian Inn. Breakfast was a little late for getting out early. Dinner was not available every night. Like the place overall.

By on Aug 25, 2017

5

exceeding expectations

Everyone

On a recent trip to Kentucky I wanted to surprise my spouse with an overnight visit to a turn of the century B&B. She's into antiques, history and old houses. With our stay at Grand Victorian Inn, she experience all. The Inn was everything she likes and she was able to immerse herself in what it might have been like to be a traveler in the early 1900's. But the surprise of the stay was the owners and staff. The owners welcomed us and made us feel at home immediately. We were on a tight schedule the next morning - the staff prepared breakfast for us slightly eary so we could get on the road and make our appointment.

By , from Killen, AL on Jul 16, 2017

5

avoiding the cookie cutter chains

Everyone

Every single thing about this stay was top notch except for no in room coffee and being early risers it was tough waiting for the kitchen to open.Having said that it would not stop me from staying there again in a heartbeat, the staff, the setting, the accommodations,the food and even the toiletries were all equ ally part of a wonderful stay and yes we enjoyed the periodic trains going past, they have a sweet sound all there own

By on May 31, 2017

1

worst part of my trip

Everyone

We have stayed in B&B's before and this one falls far below our exceptions. First of all, the trains are annoying, but we knew that going in. Our biggest complaint is the lack of hospitality. When we arrived, we checked in at an office where the keeper didn't even get out of the chair to greet us. We told her who we were and she handed us a key and told us where our room was. That is all. No welcome, no tour, no history of the house. We had a cave tour early the next morning and asked if we could get breakfast early, but she said no, it was served at 8:30 sharp. Breakfast the next day was good: eggs, bacon, and waffles with orange juice and a SMALL bowl of fruit (four grapes, on small strawberry, two blueberries, one blackberry and one raspberry). But get used to that if you are staying more than day-it was the same breakfast all three days. We left for activities after breakfast and came back in the afternoon. To our surprise, the housekeeping was almost nonexistent. The bed was't made and nothing was cleaned up or vacuumed. The only thing that was done was we were given fresh towels every day. That is all. Be prepared to feel like you're at home-and by that I mean you have to clean the room yourself. The rooms don't have cups to drink from, and only small bottles of water the first day that were hard to refill in the sink and never restocked. Now, the food at the restaurant for dinner: it was terrible. We wanted to get their "signature" sandwich, a fried green tomato san

By , from Illinois on Jul 18, 2016

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