Blackridge Hall welcomes guests to Kentucky Bluegrass country with southern hospitality.



Blackridge Hall is a stately mansion where "The Sun Does Shine Bright On This Kentucky Home"!! Built on a ridge with five acres of rolling land in the heart of Bluegrass Horse Country, the estate exemplifies the high style and elegant living of a true Kentucky horse farm. This upscale Southern Georgian style mansion is a reminder of the old South's antebellum plantation homes. The home is a place of distinction and southern hospitality.

Upon entering the property, two custom made ornamental iron gates open to welcome guests to the manicured grounds. A serene, winding tree lined driveway leads to a boxwood landscaped circle that envelopes a picturesque five-tiered Italian water fountain.

As guests enter the Grand Entry Hall, an expression of delight is evident upon seeing the stately double-curved oak staircase, the Hulian Jade marble floor appointment, and gorgeous silk floral arrangements. Inspiring music resounds throughout the entire house, including guest rooms and master suites. There is a feeling or sense of ... "Welcome Home!".

Elegant and comfortable in every manner, Blackridge Hall is appointed with heirloom antiques, as well as, Queen Anne and Chippendale mahogany reproductions in our guest rooms and master suites. Nine-foot ceilings with detailed crown moldings, hardwood floors, tiled baths, and plush carpets are only a few of the appointments in the mansion.

Guests can leisurely enjoy a delicious continental breakfast in the main dining room, breakfast room, or on the spacious screened brick veranda. While sipping a fresh cup of coffee or tea, guests hear the sounds of waterfalls, fountains, birds singing in the trees, and discover a spectacular view of the white-fenced bluegrass landscape with thoroughbred horses grazing in the nearby paddock.

Special snacks will be determined as reservations are set up, as well as refreshments being available in our lovely, decorated kitchenette. Guests are continuously pampered throughout their visit to Blackridge Hall.

The Bluegrass Region of Kentucky has a beauty that lasts throughout the four seasons. Whatever time of the year, guests will see inspiring scenery of fenced, manicured thoroughbred horse farms with lush green grass and graceful barns. Calumet, Claiborne, Spendthrift and Three Chimneys are only a few of these horse farms to experience. Visit historical Keeneland and Red Mile Race Courses, or spend a leisure day at the Kentucky State Horse Park.

Over the past four centuries, Lexington and the Bluegrass Region have grown from a quiet Indian settlement to a major farming and commerce community that it is today.

Historical landmarks and homes are a reflection of this past. Guests may experience Daniel Boone, Henry Clay, Abraham Lincoln, John Hunt Morgan, or the Pennyville Civil War Battlefield. Travel to these sites: Harrodsburg to capture restored Fort Harrod; Frankfort's State Capitol and History Center; Mercer County's Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill; or Cassius Clay's home, White Hall.

Contemporary sites to discover are: Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Camry automobiles, Equus Run, Talon and Chrisman Mill wineries; Woodford Reserve, Maker's Mark, Wild Turkey, and Four Roses distilleries; plus colleges and universities such as: University of Kentucky, Transylvania University, Georgetown College, and nationally-known Centre College.

Once you have been to Blackridge Hall and Central Kentucky, you will never forget your experiences that become..."Cherished Memories!"

"A World Class Accommodation for World Class Travelers"

Kentucky Department of Tourism
Kentucky Department of Tourism

Blackridge Hall Bed & Breakfast * Jim D. Black, proprietor
4055 Paris Pike * Georgetown, Kentucky 40324
(502) 863-2069 *