The spacious grounds of Hemingbough contain statuary, fountains, Greek Revival architecture, and a Greek amphitheater overlooking Lake Audubon. For 30 years, the amphitheater has been home to the Annual Hemingbough Easter Service, attracting hundreds from the surrounding area. The adjoining Audubon Room is perfect for smaller and more intimate corporate and family gatherings. As guests wander the ground and listen to the calls of the many peacocks on the property, it is impossible not to feel closer to nature and a sense of peace.
Also at Hemingbough is the elegant Guest House, meticulously crafted to replicate the garconniere of the historic “Uncle Sam” plantation home. Consisting of 8 well-appointed rooms and operating as a bed and breakfast, overnight accommodations include a complimentary Continental Breakfast. Two special End Suites allow private outdoor access. Located on the outskirts of Historic St. Francisville, Hemingbough is a regular habit for many historians and novices who wish to explore the storied past of the area.
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