The Schoolhouse Inn in Benham, in Harlan County, is in the building that served as the town’s high school for decades beginning in the 1920s. Classrooms were converted to lodging.
The Schoolhouse Inn in Benham, in Harlan County, is in the building that served as the town’s high school for decades beginning in the 1920s. Classrooms were converted to lodging. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
The Schoolhouse Inn in Benham, in Harlan County, is in the building that served as the town’s high school for decades beginning in the 1920s. Classrooms were converted to lodging. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

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