JEFFERSONVILLE'S MOST HISTORIC BED AND
BREAKFAST, DOING BUSINESS OVER A DECADE
Seconds to Louisville, Kentucky,
this neo-classical was built by a prominent Jeffersonville family in
1836. The entire house, which has a fireplace in
the parlor, is decorated with antiques and features five beautiful
bedrooms, all with private baths and fireplaces,
which can accommodate
up to 18 people. Among the many amenities you will enjoy are a full
breakfast and complimentary beverages.
The inn is named for the old Big Four Railroad bridge which can be seen from
the inn, spans the river and is know locally as the bridge that goes
This National Register home is conveniently located within walking distance of
shops, restaurants and the Ohio River. The Falls of the Ohio
fossil beds are a short drive from the Inn along the river, as well as the
Howard Steamboat Museum.
Louisville, Kentucky is just
minutes away from the inn and Churchill Downs, Kentucky Derby Museum, Papa
John's Stadium and the University of Louisville.