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|Kentucky lodging and accommodations
|Stay at Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts and Inns for the personal attention you desire. A
B&B is a great alternative to hotels or motels while visiting the state of KY!
|Kentucky State and Visitor Information
|The state's name probably comes from the Wyandot (Huron) Indian
word Kentake, meaning "meadowland" or "prairie." During its
pioneer days Kentucky was called the "dark and bloody ground" for the many
battles that took place there between the settlers and the Native Americans. Its
major crop has inspired the nicknames Hemp State and Tobacco State. The most popular
nickname, Bluegrass State, comes from the unusual long-stemmed grass that grows in various
parts of Kentucky and is most abundant in the Lexington-Fayette area. The
history of Kentucky is very rich-- Abraham Lincoln was born here; Daniel Boone explored
here and Stephen Foster and Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote about Kentucky.
|No matter what your interests are, you'll find a welcoming Kentucky bed and breakfast,
country inn, farmstay B&B, elegant urban inn, or historic B&B hotel. The
state of Kentucky is proud of its agricultural heritage and vibrant arts and crafts
community, celebrating with festivals and fairs that welcome locals as well as visitors.
After an entertaining day, have a relaxing night at a bed and breakfast in Kentucky. Tour
the Wild Turkey distillery to learn the history of Kentucky Bourbon and browse the gift
shop to raise your spirits. Join a jam session in Lexington, the heart of Bluegrass
Country or take a family-friendly tour of Mammoth Cave, the worlds longest cavern.
Many of the Kentucky bed and breakfasts accept children too, so p plan a family vacation.
Visit Abraham Lincolns log cabin boyhood home, now a National Park. Tourist
opportunities are as abundant as a bucket of Kentucky fried chicken.
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