Main Level Bedroom-Queen
Our home offers three comfortable bedrooms and two full bathrooms, sleeping up to 10 guests. On the main floor you will find the master bedroom with a Queen size bed along with it's own private entrance. Upstairs offers a large room with 5 beds (2 bunks and 1 full size), a smaller room with 3 beds (1 bunk and 1 single) and the second bathroom. All bedding and towels will be provided. We do have a pack n play for infant sleeping if needed.
A comfortable living area offers a relaxing place to make conversation, play a board game or watch a favorite family show or movie. Enjoy the free Wi-fi and DVD collection provided.
The fully equipped eat-in kitchen has all you need to prepare your family meals; this includes coffee maker, crock pot, blender, microwave and full size refrigerator.
A washer and dryer are available for your convenience (please bring laundry soap).
Toiletries are not provided.
A well stocked game area is located at the walk-out basement level for your enjoyment as well as patio seating to kick your feet up and watch the wildlife (Do not miss the fireflies in the spring and summer months).
Living Stone Retreat is located in Williamstown, Kentucky just off I-75, 1.7 miles from the Ark Encounter Entrance and 44 miles from the Creation Museum. CVG airport is a short 35 mile drive. There are several options for dining as well as grocery stores near by.
Things to see
During your stay visit Main Street, Williamstown where you can browse the quaint antique stores and boutiques. Be sure to watch for live bluegrass music festivals in the area and street fairs.
For a delicious meal you must try our local favorite, Beans Cafe, located a few miles north in Dry Ridge where you can enjoy fresh coffee, donuts, fresh baked bread and a variety of options for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also have a picnic lunch available to take along with you on your adventures.
There are several other excellent Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana destinations within a short drive; including Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium, Kentucky Horse Park, the Red River Gorge and many state parks for hiking, boating and kayaking. We would be happy to suggest some of our favorite places.