The Potter's Inn is a restored Victorian Farm house. Originally built by Mr. Lowry, Wilmore's first banker, the home was relocated and restored by Rudy and Pat Medlock in 2006. The inn hostess, Julie, enjoys offering guests a place to call home while visiting the Wilmore Area. Each morning she will prepare your breakfast and, if desired, can also prepare additional meals for you during your visit. If you're planning a special occasion, ask Julie about catering options available. Conveniently located, visitors to Asbury University or Asbury Theological Seminary can easily walk the short distance to either campus. There are many historic, cultural and outdoor attractions in the surrounding area; Rudy highly recommends Shaker Village as a "must see" while you're in the area. If you have specific interests, Julie is happy to help put together a list of suggestions for you. Just ask!
Rooms 1, 2, & 3 have private bathrooms located in the room. Room 4 is located off the sun-room and has a semi-private* bathroom located in the hall. (*shared with the innkeeper) Two additional "overflow" guest rooms are available at the Potter's House, home of Rudy and Pat Medlock.