Burlington's Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast Inn - Media Articles

House Trends
September 2005

A dollar doesn't go very far in this economy, but Northern Kentucky innkeepers Bob
and Nancy Swartzel managed to stretch it far enough to purchase a historic log cabin. For a dollar. Really! It’s a great story that just needed fate to make it all happen.
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Arts Across Kentucky
Spring 2002

If a historic setting and elegant surroundings is your definition of the perfect getaway, consider northern Kentucky's historic Burlington's Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast.
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House Trends
November 2003

I've driven past the Willis Graves Bed & Breakfast on countless trips to the Burlington Antique Show, until recently I never noticed the stately home sited under old-growth elms surrounded at this time of year by brightly colored wildflowers.
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Cincinnati
June 2000

You can stroll the grounds and through the gardens, or relax in the parlor with a garden book from the terrific library. The simple interior is fitted with country and colonial antiques-many from the Burlington show and brick fireplaces with original mantles.
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Kentucky Off the Beaten Path
Issue 5

Kentucky has hundreds of bed and breakfasts, but this one, Burlington's Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast, is one of the classiest, inside and out. The 1830's federal-style brick home was built for Willis Graves, Burlington's county...
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Cincinnati
July 2004

"The Burlington Willis Graves Bed and Breakfast on Jefferson Street is in a n 1830's style federal-style home and is a favorite among honeymooners, business travelers, and residents looking for an Burlington getaway." 

Kentucky Living
June 2006

"It took three flatbed trucks along rural roads in the middle of the night to move the old William Rouse Farmhouse, more than 200 logs and it took 14 months to get the house reassembled and transformed into luxury accommodations at Burlington Willis Graves B&B"