Located in the slave quarters, this is one of our most popular suites... Climb up the servants stairway as the manor's slave attendants did 150 years ago. You will enter the Beaujolais suite's separate den that has an overstuffed sofa and seating area. Nice 'n comfortable to relax in after your travels or just sip coffee there in the mornings. Although the slaves' rooms were very austere then, your accommodations will be warm and cozy with floral colored appointments and the beautiful Lillian Russell "spool," queen sized bed and dresser that's deep red cherry wood. There's a fireplace (not used) and mantel restored to give you that feeling of the history within these walls. The Beaujolais suite has a full bath with an oak and marble sink and cabinet and combo shower 'n tub. It's a shared bath with the adjoining Pinot Noir suite which is perfect for families or two couple of friends traveling together.
Seasonal Rates: $125/night Friday thru Sunday $120/night Midweek
(exception to seasonal rates: Valentines Day; Kentucky Derby Week; Bourbon Festival Week - contact us for more information)