Hammack-Moore House Bed & Breakfast


Hammack-Moore House Bed & Breakfast
129 South Main Street
Madisonville, KY
United States

5 guest rooms

Centrally located in Western Kentucky, the Hammack-Moore House is conveniently located on Main Street in downtown Madisonville. The historic home offers five lovely guest rooms, a large wrap around porch for people watching on warm days and ample common areas loaded with period antiques. Given its proximity to downtown government offices, law firms and businesses, along with complimentary WiFi and spacious common areas, the Hammack-Moore House is an ideal lodging option for groups traveling on business.


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