Rockport Inn Bed & Breakfast
This 19th-century Victorian inn is quiet and cozy, located near the Ohio River in Rockport.
Built around 1857 as a private residence, this bed & breakfast is one of the oldest remaining buildings in the area and rests on hand-hewn logs and beams. Much of the original structure is still intact, and was even put together by square-shaped nails. The building was operated as a boarding house in the 19th century and as a 26-room hotel in the first half of the 20th century. The Rockport Inn has been restored to its late 19th century Victorian elegance. This beautiful bed and breakfast provides an opportunity for a romantic night away from home no matter how near or far you live.
With an on-site restaurant, McKenzie’s, the inn serves delicious home-cooked favorites. Rockport Inn is located in downtown Rockport, across from the historic Spencer County Courthouse and just two blocks from the Ohio River where Abraham Lincoln began his famous flatboat trip to New Orleans in 1828.
- Attached Restaurant
- Wireless Internet
Cold and run down propertyReviewed 12-17-13
If you are going to the Rockport inn to just eat lunch or dinner at the restaurant, that is fine. The food is good and the service is prompt and friendly. The rooms in this inn is another story... Read More
Simple and cleanReviewed 08-21-13
The place is old with some very cool furniture and antiques. The bed was comfy. The rooms are decent size, micro and fridge. TV was small, but good selection of channels. The place needs a facelift... Read More
Exquisite, Quaint, Romantic AtmosphereReviewed 04-23-11
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Lovely atmosphere. Friendly service. Nicely decorated. Planning a return visit. Read More
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