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Bashford Manor Bed & Breakfast

Formerly known as Bray Place, the Bashford Manor Bed & Breakfast is a hidden gem in the heart of the Louisville.

Built in 1796 by Samuel and Nancy Bray, this old Kentucky horse farm encompasses more than 2 acres and is a unique National Historic Landmark, in the middle of Metro Louisville.

Learn about the property's fascinating history as "Louisville Life" catches up with owner Cynthia Cooke, who bought the manor in 2007 and transformed it from a private home into a bed and breakfast.

Bray Place has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since August 11, 1980.

Program 419
"Louisville Life" meets prankster comedian Tom Mabe, visits the Louisville Beer Store, relaxes at a historical bed and breakfast, relives Louisville’s first NCAA men’s basketball championship title and more. (#419)