Here you will find Victorian elegance with modern amenities. When renovating this historic mansion the Warrens put whirlpool tubs in every room and wi-fi throughout, but the historic ambiance remains, thus accounting for their receipt of the 2002 Historic Preservation Aware from the Louisville Historical Society. This mansion, built by the DuPont's who ventured South- West from Deleware in the mid-1800's, has 14 foot ceilings, ornate fireplaces, library, gardens, and off street parking. The Warrens offer a leisurly full gourmet breakfast, when you want it, or a quick early meal for business travelers. You choose. Enjoy pampering at breakfast or use the courtesy kitchen for coffee or lunch and more on the go. Internet access, phone, TV, VCR, in every room.
This is a "sister inn" with Inn at the Park, just accross the street, and the perfect location is the same---close to everything and right in the middle of the grandest victorian neighborhood in the United States. You could spend your first full day here just walking amoung the blocks and blocks of beautiful Victorian homes and looking at the the amazing remaining traces of our heritage.
Your hosts are active in the community so if you want to know about Old Louisville or Bed and Breakfasts, just ask them. Gayle is past President of Leadership Louisville Foundation, and a 5 year veteran Board Member of the Old Lousivlle Chamber of Commerce and she is currently an active Board member of the neighborhood historic Conrad Caldwell House and Vice President of the South Fourth Street Neighborhood Association. Herb is a Past President and current Board member of the Old Louisville Community Development Corporation and is currently President of both the Old Louisville Chamber of Commerce and President of the Bed and Breakfast Association of Kentucky.
The Warrens have had four Bed and Breakfasts in Louisville starting in 1998. Their longivity and success is is attributable to their exquiste lodging offerings as exemplified by the DuPont Mansion and Inn at the Park in Historic Old Louisville A glance at their www.tripadvisor.com reviews quickly reveals that independant travelers are universally thirlled with their stay at www.oldlouisvilleinns.com. .
Exit St Catherine off Interstate 65. Go three blocks and turn left of Fourth Street. Go Blocks South on Fourthtwo blocks and 1317 will be on your left, just past Ormsby Ave.