The Stanford Inn

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Our rooms at The Stanford Inn are housed on the second floor of the historic St. Asaph hotel building on Main Street. The petite rooms are preserved in the same layout as in 1925. The award-winning Bluebird restaurant is just across the street for those who want breakfast or lunch Monday – Saturday.

We offer eight guest rooms with queen beds and small ensuite baths. Some amenities include luxury bedding, flat-screen televisions, high-speed wireless internet, blackout shades, and our handcrafted Plainview Farm toiletries. We also provide filtered water and Nespresso makers in the kitchenette near the rooms and a small sitting area for reading or working. The kitchenette has a microwave, refrigerator drawer, and freezer drawer for use by guests. Nearby is a washer and dryer, also available for guest use.

The downstairs lobby features a refrigerator with sodas and sparkling water and a Nespresso maker for relaxing, reading, or working on one of our puzzles. Perfect for the business traveler and comfortably accommodates a couple. Rooms are approximately 158-165 square feet.

This accommodation is NOT pet-friendly. However, we do allow one pet in the Logan Cottage. Please review the Pet Policy for details and requirements.

207 W. Main Street, Stanford, KY 40484

No pets

No Pets, Please



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  • Luxurious bedding materials covering our famously comfortable mattresses

  • Hand-made Plainview Farm toiletries made onsite at Kentucky Soaps and Such next door

  • The kitchenette is furnished with a microwave, refrigerator drawer, freezer drawer and sitting area.
  • A washer and dryer are available for guests

  • Coffee beans, grinder, Keurig® K-Cup Pods, Nespresso and coffee maker

  • Flat-screen televisions
  • High-speed wireless internet
  • Blackout shades

  • A comfortable reading and board game area is available in the downstairs lobby



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St. Asaph was another name for the original settlement of Logan’s Fort, given to the area by Benjamin Logan. It was also the original name of the creek that ran by the fort and also runs behind the buildings on Main Street in present-day Stanford.



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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 Mama DeVechio’s Pizzeria, or shop for unique artisan products at Kentucky Soaps & 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.