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Wonderful inn owned by former professor of pottery. The house is filled with pottery that is for sale.
The innkeeper, Julie, is a real treat, and made us feel special.
The ground floor room is spacious and comfortable. The tub/shower combo is unique, but hard...More
Response from PotterInn, Manager at The Potter's InnResponded 13 May 2017
Thank you for the review and thank you for choosing to spend your quiet getaway with me at The Potter's Inn. Glad you took advantage of the porch while you were here. I enjoyed hosting you and hope you will return again soon. I know...More
I have stayed here twice now at Asbury for courses. A beautifully restored home conveniently located easy walking distance from Asbury. Rooms are lovely, common areas welcoming and Julie goes over and above to accommodate. Great breakfasts too! Great outdoor space with ample covered porches....More
Response from PotterInn, Manager at The Potter's InnResponded 2 May 2017
Thank you, Tracy. It was a joy to have you here again. Thanks for taking time to give us a review. Hope to see you again soon. Blessings to you! Julie
We really like this Inn. We stayed here during a visit with our daughter who attends the local university. Julie is a great innkeeper and really made us feel right at home. The breakfasts are also excellent. We especially enjoyed the baked oatmeal and bacon....More
We love staying with Julue at this inn. She goes the extra mile to make you comfortable and well fed. It is our 4th visit to quaint Wilmore and we always look forward to a pleasant night of rest. Go there you will like it...More
In town for first time. This B&B very quaint, close to downtown Wilmore and Lexington. I'd definitely recommend over chain hotels. Will be coming back. Julie was awesome. Antiques, lots of books, sun room. Price reasonable. I stayed closer to Lexington last week and this...More