As new owners Sarah and I are so happy you are visiting our website, and we hope what you see and read will result in you booking a visit to see us soon. We have taken up the stewardship of the Station as we build upon the labors and love of the previous owners and innkeepers.
Local businessman, Johnny Fitch, opened the Station as a B&B about 24 years ago. His vision was to create a “home place” as welcoming to his guests as your grandmother’s home. Johnny planted lavender along the walkway as you approach the Inn, and the air is still filled with the soft fragrance on warm summer evenings.
Joe and Nancy Greenfield acquired the Inn in 2010 and gave the Old Lady a wonderful face-lift with fresh siding, new windows, a new roof, a spacious deck, pergola, and lots of tender loving care in the gardens.
Sarah and I have focused our efforts on remodeling and renovating the interior spaces by adding new flooring, fresh paint, new HVAC, updated baths, a commercial kitchen, and we have furnished the Inn with the comfort of our guests as our first concern. All of our queen-size beds have memory foam toppers, down-like comforters with crisp white duvets, plush pillows, soft towels, and more.
We started receiving guests in October of 2014, and we haven’t looked back! We have met some of the finest folks from all over the USA and the world. And, we look forward to meeting you and many others in the months and years to come.
We are both former teachers, and we believe education is the greatest gift we can give our children. We cherish the memories we have of our time as educators, and we are excited about this new chapter in our lives.
We love meeting new people and showing hospitality, and we believe we are providing a valuable service to our community by operating a comfortable place for guests to enjoy while reconnecting with family and friends and exploring the Uncommon Wealth of the Bluegrass!