There are so many unique ways to experience downtown Lexington. Seeing the city from its historical perspective can be anything but boring when you’re spending the night at The Statesman.
A step back in time with all the modern comforts of downtown...
Formerly owned by Henry Clay, this updated airbnb formerly served as the famous Kentuckian’s law office. Now, this 3-story, high-end apartment serves as a charming hub for vacationers (and staycationers) wanting to explore our city.
Located in the heart of downtown Lexington, The Statesman is situated across the street from Limestone Hall. That puts it within easy walking distance of Rupp Arena, Henry A. Tandy Centennial Park and downtown’s many fabulous eateries and bars. In fact, it’s right upstairs from Henry Clay’s Public House!
The history of the property is evident in every area. From gorgeous stained glass to rough-hewn wooden beams, there is so much character in this luxury space.
But don’t think that means everything in this apartment is “historic”: the owners spared no expense updating and modernizing the space. Guests will have a comfortable and luxurious 5 star stay with plenty of modern amenities. This property was designed, staged, and managed by Kentucky Life Property Management.
For anyone looking to walk through Lexington’s history without getting stuck in the past, The Statesman is the perfect accommodation. Much like Lexington itself, this airbnb is the right mix of timeless tradition and modern enjoyment.
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