Towne Square Place
Towne Square Place is the ideal place for the perfect holiday. Stay as a guest yourself, or mention it to a friend. Towne Square Place is a must see! It is located within walking distance of downtown restaurants, Union College, and the Barbourville City Park. Towne Square Place also has access to tennis courts and a private garden for your pleasure. Its convenient setting, spacious rooms, and good ole' southern hospitality make it the place to stay.
At Towne Square Place, we want you to feel comfortable, and there is no other place to be more comfortable than in your home. At Towne Square Place, we make sure that we provide the home like settings in all the rooms. We have a variety of rooms that you may choose to your liking. From the "Pigeon's Roost" in our Legal House to our "Loft Suite" in the stable house, we make sure that you will feel at home.
Each of our rooms at Towne Square Place are unique only to themselves! Antiques, flowers, and unique furniture add a special flavor to each of our rooms. Along with being both beautiful, and special, Towne Square Place is also very functional! For the corporate folks workspace is included in all rooms with phone, computer, and Internet hook up accessibility.
Getting hungry?? Towne Square Place opens its refrigerator to you! Take what you want, eat what you take! No need to worry about your stomach in the morning! Towne Square Place offers an extended continental breakfast each day, with various fruits, pastries, and cereals!
This home at 230 Knox Street in Barbourville, Kentucky, was recently refurbished and restored to its historical charm. Towne Square Place now wants to share that historic charm with you! Come and experience the hospitality that has such a rich history in this home. Your stay at Towne Square Place will be one full of memories. The house itself, its rooms, and its atmosphere all make for the perfect stay!
Towne Square Place at the turn of the century served as the office of the city's first mayor, S.B. Dishman. Later the house was occupied by the Burnside and Knuckles families. The last occupant of the home, Jean O. Knuckles, was the granddaughter of Barbourville native, Governor Black. In years past, residents of this home have opened its doors to many boarders who attended the Barbourville Baptist Institute and Union College. Towne Square Place, continuing the hospitality that was a trademark of the home for nearly a century, opens its doors to you.