AAA Inspector Notes
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.
Amenities & Services
Historic Bed & Breakfast
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