Gallery House Bed & Breakfast and Art Gallery
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If you enjoy original art, great food and warm Kentucky-style hospitality set amid America's largest collection of Victorian homes, then you'll want to visit Gallery House!. We're located in a safe, residential neighborhood that's close to everything Louisville, KY has to offer.
- Original art in every room
- In-room private baths
- Queen-sized beds
- Cable TV
- Full breakfast
- Evening refreshments
- Professionally-trained chef
- In-room telephone with data port
- In-room iron and ironing board
- In-room hair dryers
- Competitive rates
- Corporate rates
- Major credit cards accepted
- Gift certificates available
Gallery House showcases the paintings of the owner/artist in addition to collections. Please feel free to enjoy the art throughout the house. Visit the third floor art studio, and you may find the artist at work!
How to Find Us
Gallery House - We're easy to find!
Follow I-65 to the St. Catherine Street exit (Exit #135).
From St. Catherine Street (one way, west) turn left onto Sixth Street. Follow Sixth Street to - Gallery House at 1386 Sixth Street.
Conveniently located just off I65, Gallery House is close to everything! Here, you are just minutes from
Gallery House History
But my favorite story of all involves two carpenters. A couple of months after we moved in, we noticed that one of the pre-hung doors wasn't hanging exactly straight, so our builder brought over two carpenters to fix it. They filed and sanded and fiddled with this and that, and generally made a mess of wood shavings and sawdust on the carpet. I was obviously looking kind of worried at the mess, so one of the carpenters comes over to me and in his most reassuring voice said,
"Don't worry lady, we'll clean this mess up and be out of here is just another few minutes. Sometimes doors just get a little out of kilter. You've got to expect this sort of thing in these old houses!"
"But it's a new house . . ."
Gallery House was built in 1997 from the owner's design. It was based on designs from the High Victorian period, particularly houses by Shaw.
Come be a part of the House's history. We're making it every day.