Built sometime in the 1850s, this red-brick home was allegedly a station on the Underground Railroad. Guest rooms vary widely in size and are furnished with quilt bedspreads and antique furniture. Located on a broad residential street, the home features Victorian décor and many antiques.The classic 19th-century front parlor has basket-weave oak parquet flooring. There also is a restored carriage house at the rear of the property. Note: children are allowed only in the carriage house.
Smoke free premises. 7 units, some two bedrooms, kitchens and cottages. 2-3 stories (no elevator), interior corridors. Bath: some shared.
I-70 exit 79, 6 mi s on SR 42, then just w. 117 N Main St 43140 (PO Box 923).
Dining & Entertainment
no phones, wireless Internet. Some: refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers.
Sports & Recreation
N, age restrictions may apply.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 3 guests
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review category group of friends
Pros: Very Good House and Breakfast!
Cons: The bunk Beds in the backyard (inside the renovated garage) is not quite good, the area needed to be cleaned.
Pros: Beautiful house, great owner, and fantastic location to town
Pros: Very nice place, a beautiful old house. We felt very welcome and the rooms are nice, very spacious. We had two couples and so we had one entire side of the house to ourselves. The breakfast was REALLy good!