|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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This 100-year-old bank was left to ruin, after a larger bank bought it out and closed it down.
The open design of the Bank makes it ideal for 2-3 adults plus children. The only bathroom is accessed through the main bedroom, off the kitchen.
The vault is now a bedroom, with a twin over full bunk bed. There's also a TV with video player in the vault (no TV reception), just in case you want to lock your kids in there for a while. (Kidding...the steel vault door is wired open :)
The main teller's area is now the living room with TV/DVD. Plus a table if your group is larger and wants to eat meals in this spacious room. The living room has a full size futon, a twin day bed, and a twin trundle bed.
Off the living room is the former office area, which now has a queen size bed, a large reading chair with ottoman, and a nice-sized closet filled with extra linens, blankets, and some games and puzzles.
The kitchen is in the back of the bank--this was the employees' area. It comes complete with dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster oven, pots and pans, dishes, coffee maker, and a small dining area.
Off the kitchen is the laundry area, and that leads to the full bath, with tub/shower, towels and washcloths, plus hairdryer. (NOTE: The only bathroom is located at the back of the Bank, accessed through the main bedroom and the kitchen.)
Check-in: 4 pm EST. Check-out: 11 am EST (lock box with keys)
Items provided: Sheets and pillows and blankets, wash cloths and towels, some paper towels, toilet tissue, hairdryer, pots and pans, dishes, coffee maker, toaster, dish soap and detergent.
Originally from the St. Louis area, I lived in Petersburg from 1998 to 2013. The first time I drove into town looking for a home to buy, the 'Old Petersburg Operahouse' was for sale. Having majored in music many years ago, the old building sent out a siren call for me to buy it! I've been buying and rehabbing in town ever since.
In 2011 I opened The Cottage for vacationers. It was a very slow start, and I wondered if it had been the right decision. But soon the Creation Museum guests started arriving--I love my guests! What a joy to interact with these Christian families (many with lots of children :), who are kind and intelligent...and take care of my home!
It was obvious right away that a vacation home offers a much-needed alternative to hotel rooms...most of which cannot accommodate the larger families. Also, the ability to cook your own meals instead of eating out can save money.
(And doing a little laundry during vacation can rescue you from a mountain of clothes when you get home...;-)
I hope you enjoy the adventure of staying in this historic bank building...
Had a great time. Very clean and inviting as always...this was my second stay. Great place to stay if you are going to the creation museum and the ark. Will recommend it to everyone!
Our church group stayed at the Victorian House and the Bank. The Bank was the hit with the kids. Everyone had to go take a tour of it. Rooms were comfortable and it had everything that was needed. The group is already planning another trip for next year! Deborah is a huge help in planning a trip. Answered my questions quickly and tried to provide all the information we requested.
Thank you for the delightful stay while we visited The Creation Museum & Ark Encounter. We totally surprised our kids. They had no clue we were staying in a bank! Super fun! A wonderful home away from home. There was plenty of room for our family of 6. In fact, the accommodations were luxurious compared with our cabin at Jelly Stone Mammoth Cave. Deborah & her team were even so kind to help a lost stuffed animal be found & sent back home. I would definitely recommend Deborah's guest homes to any one.
Great and unique place to stay for small family or a couple. Very functional accommodations in a quiet and quaint little town. Two blocks away from the Ohio River and a few miles from The Creation Museum.
Our kids and grandkids stayed in adjacent houses which worked out perfectly for a family vacation.
This little place of history was very tidy and well maintained. Deborah was very easy to work with.
The Pantry in town has most items needed for our stay, even a restaurant for breakfast, sandwiches, and pizza.
Town folks are friendly. Great place for biking or walking.
staying at one of Deborah's houses has become one big part of our visits to the Creation Museum, and now the Ark Encounter. Deborah & Wanda are so nice & accommodating.
A fun place to stay for a family! It was perfect for our two night stay with our family of six. It's a quiet little town and easy to get to. We stopped at the Costco about 15 minutes away before we got there and bought some premade meals that we could grill or bake which made it super easy. Also it was very close to the Creation Museum so we could come back for lunchtime and return in the afternoon. The kids had the most fun in the vault! Great WiFi so they could even watch movies on an iPad while on the bunk bed in the vault. The layout of the house worked well for us even though it's different. Everything we needed, including nice towels and linens that made the stay comfortable. We will definitely stay here again or at one of her other properties when we go back to see the Ark Encounter.
5 miles from the Creation Museum.
16 miles from Perfect North Slopes.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
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|cleaning fee||£58 + Tax|
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Tax rate of 11.3% is added to the final price (6% Kentucky sales tax + 5.3% KY "transient room" taxes)