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Nice interior, bedrooms (DuPont room), bath. Excellent breakfast and on-site hostess. Walkable neighborhood with incredible mansions now in decline/restoration (in daytime) - seems to border a rather rough neighborhood. Next door is a vacant lot.
Owner is not on site. We had a true family...More
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Response from Herb W, Owner at Dupont Mansion B&BResponded 3 April 2017
I did not see this review until now. In the meantime, the referenced vacant lot has become a $12million history museum- a great neighbor. The entire neighborhood is special. It boasts the largest collection of Victorian Mansions in America.
We do charge a rebooking fee...More
We have just returned to our home in Texas and are full of memories of beautiful Kentucky. One of the loveliest memories is of Dupont Mansion B&B. We had imagined what this choice would be like. This B&B in actuality was even grander than we...More
We stayed two nights in the Edison Room in this beautifully-restored and tastefully-decorated mansion in the Old Louisville neighborhood near Central Park. The innkeeper Genny made us feel welcome and was a wealth of information about the house and Louisville. In Genny’s absence, owner Herb...More
We concluded our tour of the Bourbon Trail with a night in Louisville at the Dupont Mansion. What a lovely and hospitable home. There isn't any space in the home that looks tired, dusty or neglected. It's sparkly. We were in the Alcott Room on...More
I happened to stumble upon the Du Pont Mansion B&B searching for a place to stay while I was in Kentucky for a weekend. I thought the place to be quite beautiful, charming, and historical. I showed the place to my boyfriend, who right then...More