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This place is so amazing! If you are looking for a quiet night and a step back in history, then this is the place to stay! Exceeded my expectations! The host was very friendly and suggested a fantastic restaurant , Garcia’s Grill. I will be...More
Nice Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Glasgow, KY. We stayed here because we were visiting Mammoth Cave. Nice restored historic home. Its claim to fame was Abe Lincoln visited. Nicely decorated. Clean. The breakfasts were tasty and plentiful. Never met the owner, but...More
Beautiful restored historic house, colonial decor, big bedroom size, nice hot shower, attended by the owner , very nice person . Bed was uncomfortable. Good balance breakfast with fruit bacon egg orange juice and coffee . Place is very clean .
Response from GaryC1960, Owner at 1818 Main Street Bed and BreakfastResponded 31 July 2017
I am glad to hear that you were very pleased with your stay. Come back and see us again. Remember that Mammoth Cave is very close and that there is many different things to do in the surrounding area.
My daughter and I had a wonderful time in Glasgow KY. We stayed at this INN. Absolutely wonderful. We were very pleased with the decorations that were done in period, cleanliness and atmosphere. Bedding was very comfortable. I was able to peek at all...More
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Response from GaryC1960, Owner at 1818 Main Street Bed and BreakfastResponded 20 July 2017
I am so glad you both enjoyed your stay. My wife and I moved here to Glasgow 12 years ago after my Air Force career. We to love the rich history that Glasgow and the Mammoth cave area has to offer. I am proud and...More
This was out first time to try a B&B establishment and what a pleasant surprise! I read a little about the house and and its first owner and we were intrigued about its connection to Abraham Lincoln and since we are big admirers of the...More