Farmhouse located in the heart of the Kentucky bluegrass. Situated on 2 acres in the small town of Wilmore. Within walking distance to Asbury College and Seminary. Come experience the hospitality at this home away from home!
Our Guest House Bed and Breakfast would make a great location for your next special event, party or outdoor wedding. Our great room seats 24 comfortably and our large deck provides additional space. A tent of any size could be set up in our yard.
In keeping with the "old time" feel of our bed & breakfast, we keep our guest rooms free of television, but there is a TV and DVD available for our guests in the parlor.
Choose a book from our extensive library across the hall! During the winter you will always find a cozy fire in our Great Room!
Art & Carol Miller have been welcoming friends and guests into their home over the nearly 40 years of their marriage. Their desire to continue practicing the ministry of hospitality now takes the form of the Homeplace Guest House and Bed & Breakfast. They have always shared their love for singing, folk dancing, the outdoors, gardening, and breaking bread with friends.
On a regular basis, they host groups for Creation Care, Worship Dancing and Healthy Pot Lucks. If you have booked a room during one of these events, you are welcome to join in!
For the last 30 years Art has worked as a career/ relationship consultant with SIMA International helping individuals and families discover and utilize their God given design of strengths. SIMA® (System for Identifying Motivated Abilities) is the only assessment available that accurately pinpoints inborn core strengths and natural motivation based on actual life experience.
Room Name: The Bob Curd Room Bed Type: Queen Price Range: $65 - $65
Bob Curd was a descendent of John Curd, friend of Daniel Boone and one of the first landowners in this area. Bob built the Homeplace and worked as an accountant at the Glassmill on Jessamine Creek.
Room Name: The Ned Turner Room Bed Type: Double Price Range: $59 - $59
Ned & Frona Turner raised 4 children at the Homeplace feeding them from crops produced on the 2 acres we now enjoy. We bought the property from Ned’s children in 1998, making us the 3rd family to live here.