Fairchild's Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay while researching genealogy at the local Historical Library, visiting the Monticello Museum with model Civil War dioramas, gathering for family reunions, looking over the countyside for antiques, sightseeing the area's own natural beauty, or enjoying time on Lake Cumberland. Fairchild's B&B is also a great place for honeymoons, romantic retreats, escapes from the normal routines, and well suited for the business traveler as well as the vacationer.
Fairchild's Bed & Breakfast features beautiful woodwork, 7 original fireplace mantels and surrounds, original poplar hardwood floors throughout the house, numerous Victorian furnishings and antiques, a wrap-around porch, and sections of original wall papering.
Fairchild's Bed & Breakfast offers 3 rooms for your accommodations: Joyce's Room (Victorian inspired king-sized bed), Carolyn's Room (Victorian inspired queen-sized bed), and Grace's Room (antique full-sized iron bed). Each room has a private bath, fireplace, air conditioning, fan, TV and DSL internet access. Amenities include bathrobes, luxury linens, iron, ironing board, and refrigerator.Other amenities include common areas in which to eat, visit, or watch TV.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008, the Fairchild House is located on South Main Street in Monticallo, Kentucky. The Fairchild House is a low Queen Anne Victorian brick house designed by the architectural firm of Barber & Kluttz of Knoxville, TN, for the prominent Monticello merchant, W. F. Fairchild. Fairchild's family moved into the residence in 1906. The Fairchild House is said to be the first house built in Monticello that used an architectural firm.
The Fairchild House is available for meetings, weddings, receptions, parties, special events, etc. Ample space is available for boat and trailer parking. Room rates include a full breakfast. Please call for seasonal and special package rates.
Business is located on Business Hwy. 90, .3mile south of the World War II statue.