Shaker Suite at Scottwood Bed and Breakfast

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A canopy bed is covered with an antique quilt from Pennsylvania.

A sitting room that is shared by guests includes a cozy feather bed under the eaves. A light behind the bed hangings makes it a perfect spot for reading.

The entire 2nd floor is yours when you rent this suite which includes a private bath with tub/shower, private sitting room and an adjoining bedroom with two twin beds. This is a perfect accommodation for a family or friends traveling together.

Normal Rates:
Weekend $150/night per/dbl
Weekday $125/night per/dbl

Season Rates (April/May and Sept/Oct):
$175/night per/dbl

Extra Person: $50/night

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Williamsburg at Scottwood Bed and Breakfast

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Williamsburg Room

Located on the first floor of the main house, this is a very special room with a private bath and sitting area.

The room has a cherry queen pencil post bed and is decorated in the Williamsburg fashion. A handmade antique quilt from our collection adorns the bed.

TV/VCR in room

 

Normal Rates:
Weekend $140/night
Weekday $125/night

Season Rates (April/May and Sept/Oct):
$175/night

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Scottwood Bed and Breakfast History

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Originally, the brick Federal building was a modest tenant house on a farm and modernization through the years was minimal. The beautiful ash floors, the woodwork, the doors and hardware and many built-in cabinets have survived. There is an original traveler's room in the upstairs where weary guests were invited to stay overnight.  The traveler's room could only be accessed from an outside stairway which is still visible.

Built as early as 1795, the Federal house once stood on Ironworks Pike in Scott County. The house was moved in April 1971 (to make way for a new subdivision) to its present location near Midway, in Woodford County. The original wings were restored by Jim Cogar (former curator for Shaker Village in Harrodsburg).  Mr. Cogar was also the first president and curator at Colonial Williamsburg, VA. With an addition to the rear of the main house, it made it a beautiful 9-room country estate. Thus, the new name of Scottwood, reflects both the old and the new locations.

These days, Midway is a quaint college town - the home of the state's only remaining women's college. The college has recently expanded its evening schedule to include coed. It is a town full of antiques shops, restaurants, beautiful historic homes and some very unique surprises. Be sure to allow time for lunch and/or dinner at one of the lovely restaurants. We'll be happy to give you recommendations.

LANDMARK SAVED -- Built in 1795, The Simon True House was located in Scott County on property where the Ironworks Estates is now. In 1971, the old house was destined for demolition when it was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reeves of Midway. The new owners had the house moved to its current location on Leestown Road in Woodford County.

In January of 1999, Tim and Annette Grahl jumped at the opportunity to purchase the Scottwood Inn.

... and for the last so many years Historic Scottwood Bed and Breakfast has shared its uniqueness and aura with travelers from all over the country.

Carriage House at Scottwood Bed and Breakfast

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Located behind the main house, the accommodations include a queen canopy bed, love seat, loft with a single bed, efficiency kitchen with refrigerator & microwave. It also includes a TV/VCR with satellite capability and a private bath with walk-in shower.

The unit has a working fireplace and private deck which overlooks the beautifully landscaped grounds and the South Elkhorn Creek below. We happily serve breakfast to you privately or you may join other guests at the main house. This is a very private, romantic unit.

Normal Rates (plus tax):
Weekday $160/night
Weekend $195/night

Season Rates April/May and Sept/Oct (plus tax):
Weekend $195/night
($250 for Rolex, Keeneland and Derby)

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Woodford County
Chamber of Commerce

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Bed & Breakfast
Association of Kentucky

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Professional Association
of Innkeepers International

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Historic Scottwood B&B
is registered with the BGT
(Blue Grass Trust)
for the preservation
of historic buildings.