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3 quartos, ferros/tábuas de passar roupa, acesso à internet
TV, DVD player, brinquedos, livros

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4,9/5 Extraordinário
75 avaliações

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  • Cozinha
  • Ar-condicionado
  • Aceita animais de estimação
  • Lavadora
  • Secadora
  • Espaço externo

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Local popularLexington Public Library6 min de caminhada
Local popularDowntown Arts Center7 min de caminhada
Local popularCentro de Convenções de Lexington8 min de caminhada
AeroportoLexington, Kentucky (LEX-Blue Grass)14 min de carro

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    Sobre esta área

    Lexington

    Com ótima localização em Lexington, esta casa de temporada fica no centro da cidade. Quem gosta de compras não pode deixar de visitar espaços como Fayette Mall e Victorian Square Mall (shopping center). No entanto, vale a pena reservar um pouco de tempo para explorar as belezas naturais em Kentucky Horse Park e Thoroughbred Park. Rupp Arena e Kroger Field oferecem uma programação de eventos e jogos. Curta atividades como trilhas para caminhada/bicicleta e viva grandes aventuras ao ar livre. Os hóspedes desta acomodação adoram sua localização central.

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    Nos arredores

    • Lexington Public Library - 6 min de caminhada
    • Downtown Arts Center - 7 min de caminhada
    • Centro de Convenções de Lexington - 8 min de caminhada
    • Rupp Arena - 9 min de caminhada
    • Ópera de Lexington - 9 min de caminhada

    Opções nos arredores

    • Lexington, Kentucky (LEX-Blue Grass) - 14 min de carro

    Sobre este estabelecimento

    The Martin House - No Coração do Centro Histórico de Lexington

    Esta casa de temporada de valor histórico em Lexington, Centro, fica a uma curta caminhada de Rupp Arena
    This spacious 2 story brick home centrally located in Lexington’s Historic South Hill district is the perfect spot for Bluegrass area visitors. A unique home, built in 1908, it is registered with the Bluegrass Trust for Historic Preservation, and is an intriguing combination of private retreat with modern amenities and downtown convenience. The newly remodeled, completely fenced in back courtyard will keep your pets safe while providing an inviting, peaceful venue for relaxing, and grilling out – but one has only to walk out the front door to discover all that downtown Lexington has to offer. This charming home has lots of character with 10 foot ceilings, hardwood floors and six uniquely tiled fireplace mantles throughout as well as 1st floor screened in porch and 2nd floor balcony overlooking the courtyard and downtown Lexington. Both bathrooms were completely renovated in 2017. Other special features are a cozy seating area in the open, airy kitchen, a beautiful spa like bathroom downstairs, and another quaint seating area located upstairs. A wonderful get away after a long day of sightseeing in central KY! Architecture: The Martin House is a late Queen Anne "Free Classic" residence, and is a good example of this transitional period in architectural styles. Sophisticated in it's massing, simple in it's trim, it is balanced between the Queen Anne use of variety of surface and form and the Craftsman emphasis on simplicity. House History: Jesse Woodruff and his family lived on this block from 1864 through 1908, first next door and then, from 1893 onwards, on this site in a house whose one story footprint on the 1907 map is much different from the current building's. His relative, Thomas B. Woodruff continued to live next door through at least 1925. The present house was built between 1908 and 1911 when J. M. Martin, agent, Chattanooga Brewing Company, and his family acquired the property. They lived here through 1921. A 1976 renovation moderinized the interior and the rear of the building while preserving well-cared for details. It served as a duplex until 1983, when it was returned to single-family use. We acquired the house in April, 2004 and initially planned to return it to duplex form, using one for ourselves and renting the other. However, we fell in love with the entire home and couldn't bear to make those changes! So instead, we started renting it as a vacation home in September, 2005. We found this to be a great compromise as it allows us to share our home with visitors to Lexington, hopefully bringing them great enjoyment, while also being able to stay in and enjoy our home as well! About our neighborhood: The South Hill Historic District is a neighborhood of early residential homes adjacent to downtown Lexington. In 1781, Lexington's five-man Board of Trustees successfully petitioned the Virginia Assembly for 710 acres of land that was divided into half-acre and five-acre lots, according to a town plat. "The south hill" was made up of larger lots located outside of the town of Lexington that were soon subdivided. South Hill is so named because in pioneer days the area overlooked the Town Branch of Elkhorn Creek that once flowed through the center of the city. The homes in this district were built over a period of time spanning more than 100 years. The earliest homes were built during the early 19th century and are mainly Federal and Greek Revival styles. Most of the older homes are in the northern half of the district. The district also includes homes built after the Civil War into the early 20th century. Buildings designed by two of Lexington's greatest architects, John McMurtry and Cincinnatus Shyrock, can also be found in this district. The mixture of styles on each street is aesthetically compatible, of similar scale and placed on lots of similar size. However, the scale and lot size on each street differs, with the bordering streets of the district such as South Limestone and South Broadway containing larger houses on larger lots set further back from the street. This district consists of many homes that were once owned by free African Americans at a time when slavery was still an institution in Kentucky. Prosperous whites lived alongside prosperous African Americans with many middle class citizens also living in the district. The oldest home in Lexington, the Adam Rankin House is located in this district on South Mill Street. Despite the rapid growth of Lexington and the neighboring University of Kentucky, the South Hill Historic District has remained virtually untouched with some commercial infringement on the outer edges of the community. At one time located on the outskirts of Lexington, the neighborhood is now in the heart of the city.
    Esta casa de temporada dispõe de acomodações com ar-condicionado, DVD players e cafeteiras/chaleiras. Os quartos contam com varandas. As acomodações oferecem salas de estar separadas. Geladeiras, cooktops, micro-ondas e áreas para refeições separadas estão disponíveis nas cozinhas. Os banheiros possuem chuveiro/banheira combinados e secadores de cabelo.
    As atividades recreativas listadas abaixo estão disponíveis no estabelecimento ou perto dele, e poderá haver cobrança de taxa.

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    Gerente do estabelecimento

    gerente do estabelecimento
    Jeannette Bracken
    Fala Inglês

    Comodidades do estabelecimento

    Internet

    • Acesso à internet

    Estacionamento e transporte

    • Estacionamento no local
    • É recomendado ter carro

    Ideal para famílias

    • Brinquedos

    Cozinha

    • Refrigerador
    • Cooktop
    • Micro-ondas
    • Fogão
    • Lava-louças
    • Torradeira
    • Talheres/pratos/utensílios de cozinha
    • Cafeteira/chaleira

    Quartos

    • 3 quartos
    • Roupas de cama disponíveis

    Banheiros

    • 2 banheiros
    • Chuveiro/banheira combinados
    • Secador de cabelo
    • Toalhas disponíveis

    Áreas de estar

    • Sala de estar
    • Sala de jantar

    Opções de entretenimento

    • TV a cabo ou via satélite
    • DVD player
    • Livros
    • Aparelho de som
    • Videoteca
    • Jogos

    Áreas externas

    • Varanda
    • Jardim

    Lavanderia

    • Lavadora e secadora

    Conforto

    • Ar-condicionado
    • Aquecimento

    Acessibilidade

    • Estabelecimento para não fumantes

    Serviços e conveniências

    • Ferro/tábua de passar roupa

    Destaques do local

    • No centro da cidade

    Atividades

    • Trilhas para caminhada/bicicleta nos arredores

    Informações gerais

    • Acomoda 8
    • Tamanho da unidade: 232 m² (2500 pés quadrados)

    Políticas

    Check-in

    Check-in a partir de 16h00

    Check-out

    Check-out até 10h00

    Instruções especiais para o check-in

    Você vai receber um e-mail do administrador profissional com as instruções para o registro de entrada e de saída.

    Animais de estimação

    Animais de estimação são aceitos
    Sujeito a restrições. Para mais informações, entre em contato com o estabelecimento no número indicado na confirmação da reserva

    Crianças e camas extras

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    Opções de pagamento no estabelecimento

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    Informações importantes

    O que você precisa saber

    Pessoas extras podem incorrer em taxas adicionais que variam dependendo da política do estabelecimento.
    Um documento de identificação oficial com foto e um cartão de crédito, cartão de débito ou depósito em dinheiro são exigidos no momento do check-in para despesas extras.
    Solicitações especiais estão sujeitas à disponibilidade no momento do check-in e podem incorrer em taxas adicionais. Essas solicitações não estão garantidas.
      Festas ou eventos de grupos no local são estritamente proibidos.

    Importante

    Os hóspedes podem entrar em contato com o estabelecimento diretamente para organizar a acomodação de animais de estimação usando as informações de contato presentes na confirmação da reserva
    É recomendada a utilização de um carro para o transporte de/para o estabelecimento

    Perguntas frequentes

    Este estabelecimento é ideal para quem viaja com animais de estimação?
    Sim, animais de estimação são permitidos no estabelecimento.
    Qual é o horário de check-in neste estabelecimento?
    Horário de início do check-in: 16h00.
    Qual é o horário de check-out neste estabelecimento?
    Horário de check-out: 10h00.
    Onde fica este estabelecimento?
    Em Centro, esta casa de temporada de valor histórico fica a 10 minutos a pé de Lexington History Center e Rupp Arena. University of Kentucky e Hospital Albert B. Chandler da Universidade de Kentucky também ficam a 2 km.

    Avaliações dos hóspedes

    Avaliações e pontuação geral de The Martin House - In the Heart of Historic Downtown Lexington

    4,9
    Extraordinário
    5 - Excelente
    70
    4 - Bom
    5
    3 - Ok
    0
    2 - Razoável
    0
    1 - Insatisfatório
    0

    5/5 Excelente

      Perfect location!

      We were in town for a family wedding and this was the perfect place for our family! It was located so close to the venue as well as the other pre-wedding events we had to attend while here. We have two young children (3 and 1) and the set up of the upstairs was perfect for our family while allowing the grandparents a little privacy downstairs. We also hosted a family brunch while staying at the Martin house and the backyard was a perfect spot for letting the kids play and allowing the to adults relax. The home was well appointed with everything you could need - more than any other place we’ve stayed and the owners were so gracious and super easy to deal with. We couldn’t be happier with our time spent here. Absolutely recommend!!!

      5/5 Excelente

        Beautiful house, great location and perfect back yard for our dog.

        Spent a long weekend at the Martin House and couldn't have had a better mini-vacation. House is within walking distance to many restaurants and a short distance to Keeneland and the Kentucky Horse Park. The house has everything you need and is very homey and comfortable. Highly recommend a stay here. Hosts are very responsive and even leave a plate of delicious chocolate chip cookies for guests! Will definitely be back next year.

        5/5 Excelente

          October Weekend in Lex

          Great place - tons of space - close to UK campus and downtown. Wonderful place for a weekend at the horse races and touring bourbon distilleries! Hosts were wonderful and access to the house was easy.

          5/5 Excelente

            Historic home, great location

            Home is with in walking distance from downtown and many fun restaurants. Inside, there were many fun sitting areas and beautiful old fireplaces. Felt like we were exploring a piece of history yet the Bathrooms and kitchen were beautifully redone. Parking was as described, tight but workable. It is on a busy street and near a hospital so needed earplugs to sleep. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.

            5/5 Excelente

              Charming home close to everything

              We had a great stay at this historic house, and enjoyed the proximity to many walkable amenities in Lexington. We walked almost everywhere, taking advantage of all the shops, bars, and restaurants nearby. House has been kept up nicely despite being built over 100 years ago. Our dog loved the fenced in and private backyard!!