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About Augusta Guest House

Our historical register inn features spacious common rooms including a receiving lobby and dining rooms where art, antiques, and books abound. You will find the balance of comfort and elegance most inviting.

There are nine guest rooms, which include a two-room suite. The rooms range from gracious to cozy, each offering its own distinct personality, reflective of the area's rich heritage.
Bountiful, Functional, and Historical

Each morning enjoy a continental breakfast. Selections change daily and include fruit and juices, cereal and baked treats, plus hot drinks to start off your day. Augusta affords many opportunities for lunch-on-the-go or gracious dining.

The Augusta Guest House is a perfect consideration for special functions such as weddings, reunions, group retreats, meetings, conferences, and receptions. Ask about special group rates and packages. 

The original structure of the inn was built in the early 1800s when Augusta was quickly establishing itself as a prominent shipping harbor, educational center, and cultural center in the commonwealth of Kentucky. Like many Inns of the era, the Augusta Guest House was also home to a quaint tavern, now the receiving lobby of the inn.