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Top-rated cabins in Lexington

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Cabin in Frankfort
The Cottage at Seldom Scene Farm - Bourbon Trail
SELF CHECK-IN, CLEAN, PRIVATE OASIS. Restored 1812 log cabin on gorgeous 273 acre farm along the KY River. Serene & natural setting, close to several popular BOURBON TRAIL sites and horse farms. 10 MIN to WOODFORD RESERVE and CASTLE & KEY distilleries. 8 MIN to STAVE Restaurant and Bourbon Bar. Scenic horse farms (ASHFORD, SUN VALLEY, WINSTAR). Convenient to KEENELAND, KY HORSE PARK, Versailles, Midway, Frankfort, Lexington, Louisville! Hike, bike, fish, llamas, goats, sheep, wildlife, firepit.
$251 per night
Cabin in Lawrenceburg
River Front Cabin - Hot tub - Bourbon Trail
Welcome to the Kentucky River Bourbon Cabin! Need an escape from the daily grind? Kick back and relax in this cozy cabin nestled in a wooded setting and on the edge of the Kentucky River! Here you will find peace and serenity in nature with an upfront view of the water. Secluded and private yet still close to stores, restaurants and many tourist attractions such as major distilleries and wineries. Four Roses, Wild Turkey, Woodford Reserve and Buffalo Trace are just a short drive away.
$248 per night
Cabin in Nicholasville
National Historic O'neal Cabin
Built during the 1820s, the two-story log cabin was reconstructed in 1995 and updated in 2019. The O'neal Cabin is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in central Kentucky, six miles from historic downtown Lexington, the O’Neal Log Cabin is in the heart of horse country and the bourbon trail. Whether you are looking for a private getaway, a place to stay during the horse sales or a retreat while you visit Lexington’s sites, the O'Neal Log Cabin is perfect retreat.
$199 per night

Stay near Lexington's top sights

Photo of Kentucky Horse Park
Kentucky Horse Park329 locals recommend
Photo of Rupp Arena
Rupp Arena140 locals recommend
Photo of Keeneland
Keeneland164 locals recommend
Photo of Hamburg Pavilion
Hamburg Pavilion46 locals recommend
Photo of Fayette Mall
Fayette Mall38 locals recommend
Photo of Kroger Field
Kroger Field34 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Lexington

Loft in Lexington
Bourbon Trail Loft - 2bcks from Greyline!
$107 per night
Loft in Lexington
Modern Mid-City Gem w/ Parking
$68 per night
Townhouse in Lexington
LUXURY Downtown Retreat 💙 w/ King Tempur-Pedic Bed
$83 per night
Condo in Lexington
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$68 per night
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$81 per night
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Earl Grey 2br apt - 2blk from Greyline!
$103 per night
Condo in Lexington
The FLAT at Bell Place - Downtown/Horse Park
$79 per night
Townhouse in Lexington
Bellaire Flat at Legacy Trail
$80 per night
Condo in Lexington
Uptown comfy Queen bed condo Central LEX
$98 per night
Home in Lexington
YourPlace@Castlewood Park
$114 per night
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Swanky Boho - Downtown
$136 per night
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New Modern ★ High-End Studio 2blks to Greyline!
$87 per night

Your guide to Lexington

All About Lexington

Located 70 miles east of Louisville in central Kentucky, Lexington has long attracted horse lovers. There are more than 450 horse farms here, surrounded by miles of rolling hills and pastures covered in the lush bluegrass. But there’s more than horses on the brain here.

Kentucky’s second biggest city is also home to a thriving arts scene, including numerous galleries, theatres, music venues. Some of the performance spaces have a long history, such as the Lexington Opera House, which dates back to 1886. Lexington’s universities add to the city’s robust arts calendars at venues like the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre and the Singletary Center for the Arts at the University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts.

You’ll find numerous parks to explore around town and an eclectic range of dining and drinking options, including several wineries and bourbon distilleries. Lexington is also part of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, which highlights notable distilleries around the state.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lexington?

Spring and fall offer pleasant temperatures, making these great times to look for vacation rentals in Lexington. From April through October, the warm weather permits plenty of events to occur, such as a bluegrass festival, one of Kentucky’s oldest music festivals featuring three music stages and a music camp for kids. The Fourth of July celebrations are lively in Lexington as well and include several days of events with musical performances, a parade, food, and a firework display.

As the temperatures drop in late fall and winter, pack a warm coat and boots; however, it’s still a perfect time to tour one of the many distilleries in the area.

What are the top things to do in Lexington?

Raven Run Nature Sanctuary

Located just outside of Lexington, Raven Run is a 734-acre nature sanctuary on the border of the Kentucky River. Miles of hiking and biking trails of varying difficulty levels pass through woodlands, meadows, and streams and provide you with scenic views of the native flora and fauna.

The Arboretum

The State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, also known as the Arboretum, offers 100 acres of green space and tranquility in the middle of busy downtown Lexington. You can wander along two miles of paved pathways and past manicured landscapes that include a Fragrance Garden of roses. Check out the Home Demonstration Garden to gather inspirational ideas for how to best make use of personal green space.

Aviation Museum of Kentucky

Located at the Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, the Aviation Museum of Kentucky covers 20,000 square feet with different aircraft, aviation artifacts and equipment, simulators, and interactive displays. You can watch from the observation area as they work on the airport’s planes or experience a jet taking off from the outdoor viewing area.

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