Futrell House Bed & Breakfast

125 Main Street P.O. Box 1672, Cadiz, Kentucky 42211
Innkeeper(s): Gary Polete
  • Downtown Cadiz

    Downtown Cadiz

 
  • Introduction

    MyCuisine LogoLocated on Main Street, the Futrell House is within walking distance of the historic downtown, where youll find many antique and specialty shops. We are located just minutes away from Barkley and Kentucky Lakes and the Land Between the Lakes recreational area.

    The home is set on a large lawn in the historic district of Cadiz, Kentucky. The house immediately commands attention with its lovely gardens, large front porch, and a cozy swing under an arbor draped with beautiful wisteria.

    The Futrell House is the perfect retreat for overnight, weekend or extended stays. All guest rooms offer private newly renovated baths. The historic charm, coupled with modern amenities, provides you with a sense of comfort that only a bed & breakfast can offer. Come and experience the welcoming spirit of The Futrell House, where you are treated like family, where new friendships are easily forged, and where the memories will last a lifetime.

     

     

     

     

    Amenities


    Wireless internet throughout the house
    Hot & cold beverages available 24/7
    Irons & ironing boards in each room
    Cable television
    DVD players in each room
    We have both a library and a DVD library available for guest use
    Hot Tub

    Meetings

    Let us host your next meeting, special event, or bridal shower. We can comfortably seat 20 and offer catered refreshments. Renting of our dining room is $50 for 3 hours.


    Weddings

    We would be happy to accommodate your small, outdoor wedding. Call for package pricing.
     

    Located on Main Street in Cadiz, Kentucky, the Futrell House is within walking distance of 5 antique shops, and just minutes away from Barkley and Kentucky Lakes.

     

     

  • History of The Futrell House Bed & Breakfast

    The Futrell House Bed & Breakfast is located on Main Street in the historic district of Cadiz, Kentucky. The home and the surrounding area were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 as part of the Cadiz Residential District.

    Built around 1895, the two-story Queen Anne home was affectionately called “the Futrell house” by locals for generations. It was purchased in 1929 by Dr. John Futrell, a popular figure in Trigg County history. The house remained in the Futrell family until 1974.

    John and his twin brother Elias opened The Futrell Clinic in downtown Cadiz in the late 1920s. For years they spent their days seeing patients at the clinic and their nights and weekends making house calls – sometimes in John’s Model-T Ford, but more often in a buggy, boat or on foot. At a time when payment was frequently made in the form of a pig or head of cabbage, those home visits included everything from delivering babies to treating the occasional family pet.

    During your stay, ask Gary to point out some of the home’s more interesting historic features, including a period photo of Dr. John’s daughter’s wedding reception held in the front hall.