Homeplace Guest House B&B
Come as a guest, leave as a friend—so say owners Art & Carol Miller. For nearly 45 years, the Millers continue to practice the ministry of hospitality as they welcome friends and guests into their renovated 19th-century farmhouse. Stay in the Ned Turner room or the Bob Curd room, both named after previous owners. Bob Curd built this house and worked at the local Glassmill on Jessamine Creek. He was a descendent of John Curd, an early settler of this area who was a friend of Daniel Boone. Ned and Frona Turner raised their four children on the two-acre farm, and it was the Millers who bought the Homeplace property from their children. Share in the Miller’s love of singing and folk dancing, their passion for gardening and the outdoors, and cooking and baking bread. They host regular events like Creation Care, Worship Dancing, and healthy potlucks, so if your stay coincides with one of these events, let the spirit move you and take part. If you are looking for a new way to stay, look no further than the Homeplace.