Lovingly designed for your amusement and comfort, the Holy Goat is now ready to welcome you as a guest. Located in the heart of NuLu, we are a 10-minute car ride from the airport, a half mile from Slugger Field, one mile from the YUM! Center, and 1.2 miles to the Kentucky Convention Center. Book your private stay in one of our four residential spaces, or your public gathering in our Revival Room, and you’ll step inside a piece of Louisville history, at the center of all the city has to offer.
The ALI SUITE
Honoring the life and legacy of the Greatest of All Time, Louisville’s own Muhammad Ali, this alcove studio suite boats a king bed, a bathroom with large walk-in shower, a kitchenette with seating for four, and lounge sofas that comfortably sleep two.
The BRADEN SUITE
Celebrating Louisville’s commitment to social justice, this suite named for activist Anne Braden features a queen bed, a bathroom with large walk-in shower, a full kitchen with island seating, and a sofa that comfortably sleeps one.
Combine the Ali & Braden Suites, the full first floor of the building, to sleep up to seven.
Gain the perspective of this 1843 church’s original architecture with 8-ft-tall windows and the exposed beams of its 25-ft-high ceiling. Comfortably sleeping six, this three-bed, two-bath renovation also houses a chef’s kitchen and a dining area for 14.
This 1859 extension of the original church is now perfectly appointed as an urban cottage for two. With a queen bed and a colorful kitchenette and lounge, its art and artifacts pay tribute to Kentucky’s rich tapestry of artists, musicians, and writers.
Combine Fellowship & The Parsonage, the full second floor of the building, to sleep eight.
The REVIVAL ROOM
We have set aside a beautifully restored portion of this historic church sanctuary, with original choir loft, 25-foot ceilings, and streaming light from expansive gothic windows, for gatherings of up to 75. Book the Revival Room by the hour or by the day for photo shoots, pop-up shops, private food or beverage tastings, readings, art shows, or even yoga.