A spacious, uncluttered, and stylish environment...
During the past century the house went through many restorations, transformations, and reconstructions. While some efforts were more successful than others, in 2000 the house was purchased by Anton Giovanetto who picked up the pieces and reassembled them to produce the beautiful structure that it is today. This process took great fortitude, skill and determination. Our guests tell us that the years of hard work were worth it - since the result is a spacious, uncluttered, and stylish environment where they can relax and have fun.
Rev. Anton Giovanetto, M.Div
Grew up in Mundelein, Illinois and Currently living in Lexington, Kentucky.
My interest in cooking and hospitality began at an early age. One Saturday morning I watched my older brother Mark and his friend Doug open up a can of Hormel chili. Ten minutes later their lunch was ready. Well, I realized I could do this. And the adventure began.
I've been involved in some form of Hospitality my whole adult life. For the past 23 year I've been the Innkeeper of the Lyndon House Bed & Breakfast. I'm proud to continue the tradition.