LATE 1800s ARCHITECTURE
Logan Cottage features Victorian architecture from the late 1800s – Transom windows, tall ceilings, gingerbread trim and a wide entrance hallway. It has a spacious front porch and a back patio – perfect for a family or two couples. And don’t forget to try out the doorbell while you’re here!
2 Bedrooms | Fits 6 Guests | 101 Mill Street
REST IN COMFORT
A LITTLE HISTORY
A PIONEER AND A COLONEL
Logan Cottage is named after Benjamin Logan, a pioneer and colonel in the Revolutionary War. This area was named St. Asaph in 1775 by a group of surveyors – including Logan – and later became known as Stanford. Logan built a stockade known as Logan’s Fort on the land. The fort has been rebuilt near the original site, just a mile from downtown.
WILDERNESS ROAD HOSPITALITY
PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER
What began as a mission to bring life back to Stanford’s downtown has developed into a one-of-a-kind destination for visitors to stay, eat, shop, relax and meet in a beautiful small-town setting.
Relax on the front porch of one of our historic guest houses and watch the leaves gently spiral to the ground below. Experience a meal from the world-class culinary team at Bluebird or shop for unique artisan products at Kentucky Soaps and Such. Refresh your body and mind by scheduling a “spa day” experience at Esther’s Wellhouse.
Visit us at Wilderness Road Hospitality and enjoy small-town, Southern charm while experiencing the excellent service we are famous for.