Boone House is a two-story Arts & Crafts-style house with a beautiful front porch and covered back patio.
The Boone House is ideal for a family needing three bedrooms and three baths.
One bedroom with a queen bed and full bath is on the first floor for those who don’t want, or aren’t able, to tackle the stairs. Also on first floor is a fully-furnished kitchen, dining room and living area with a wood-burning fireplace and queen sleeper sofa.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has a king bed and features a large bath with steam shower and a separate room with a claw foot tub. The third bedroom has a queen size bed and private bath.
Amenities: Fully-furnished kitchen, Keurig coffee maker and coffee, Elmwood Inn tea, spring water, wireless internet, TV and DVD player with movies, books, games, washer and dryer, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, full-length bathrobes, luxury bedding and linens, firewood for the wood-burning fireplace, and Plainview Farm bath products.
The Boone House is named after famed pioneer Daniel Boone who blazed a trail through the Cumberland Gap in 1775 that led through the interior of Kentucky and to the Ohio River. Known as the Wilderness Road, this trail would serve as the pathway to the western United States for some 300,000 settlers over the next 35 years. This trail led to the establishment of the first settlements in Kentucky, including Logan’s Fort. Later, Boone was tried for treason in Logan’s Fort and acquitted.