We stopped here for two nights for some R&R during a cross country trip. On the positives: we were greeted with a very friendly check-in, level gravel pull through, cable and Wi-fi, and a quiet setting with an abundance of areas to walk the dog. The morning fog on the mountains was quiet charming. There is an old historic barn with music on the weekends (we stopped during the week) and a recreation of a historic village. We found a gift shop and chocolate shop open but everything else was closed. The Kentucky Artisan Center in just 14 miles north on I-65 and is worth the drive to visit. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again.
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