Where Timeless Elegance Meets Historic Charm
Located in a distinguished Louisville Bed and Breakfast, the Victor Pepin Suite is named in honor of the original 1800's owner of the mansion. The suite features original hardwood floors and a vintage fireplace that once burned coal for heat. This 400-square-foot space within our Bed and Breakfast adjoins the large shared area through lockable 9-foot-high pocket doors and boasts features such as a majestic king-sized bed, large flat-screen TV, and wifi.
Down a flight of stairs, you will have private access to a detached full bath. The large floor-to-ceiling windows with gorgeous silk drapes allow for generous natural light, adding to the room's serene ambiance. When renting all our suites, feel free to open the huge pocket doors to expand your living space, incorporating the Common Area with your Pepin Suite, allowing you to bask in the grandeur and feel like the Master of the Mansion while in Louisville!
The Head of the House
Victor Pepin Jr. built this solid house in 1851. Victor was the son of a well know American Traveling Circus owner Victor Pepin Sr. of the circus of Pepin and Breschard. Victor Jr. was a local Lawyer and Banker in the boom-times of New Albany when New Albany was building riverboats like to Robert E. Lee and the "Mighty" Ohio River was full of commerce.