Ohio Historic Accommodations Guide: Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels, Inns & Lodges

Rider's Inn
Rider's Inn
(Bed & Breakfast)
Rider's Inn
792 Mentor Avenue
Painesville, OH 44077

Feel at home at Rider's Inn. Our cozy pub, our casually elegant dining room and comfortable quarters offer respite from the day's activities. All in all, an atmosphere of yesteryear. Warmth and friendliness are hallmarks of the hospitality you receive at the Rider Inn, where we have been welcoming friends since 1812. Rider's Inn historically served as a restaurant and Inn along the Oregon Trail and was an Underground Railroad stop. Our Bed and Breakfast offers guests a home away from home. Cozy, individually decorated rooms offer a comfortable and quiet retreat, filled with antiques and vintage furnishings, but also equipped with modern amenities such as private baths, wireless internet access, air conditioning, and televisions.
The Bailey House
The Bailey House
(Bed & Breakfast)
The Bailey House
112 N. Water Street
Georgetown, OH 45121

A fixture in Georgetown, Ohio since 1830, the Bailey House is one of the oldest homes in the town. With a wing added to the house in 1876, by the current owner's grandfather, the Bailey House has not been structurally altered, inside or out, making this location a must-see historic Cincinnati B&B visitors will treasure. Welcoming guests are innkeepers Stan and Nancy Purdy. The Bailey House has been in Nancy's family since 1876 and there are many tales of the home's past that Nancy will be glad to share with guests. Both Stan and Nancy have a great appreciation for former Civil War General and U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. You can have a private tour of the Grant Boyhood Home and School while staying at the Bailey House. There are other Civil War sites nearby in Ripley and Maysville, Kentucky.
The Greenhouse
The Greenhouse
(Bed & Breakfast)
The Greenhouse
47 East Fifth Street
Chillicothe, OH 45601

The Green House Bed and Breakfast is more than just another home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's a step back to the quiet elegance of the lavish Victorian Era. The home was built in 1894 with a profusion of varied elements by George Hunter Smith (banker and mine owner) as his winter home. The famous Adena was his summer home. From the entrance gate of the original iron fence to the top of the multi-gabled roof, the scene epitomizes the grand Queen Anne style of architecture. All first floor rooms are detailed with the finest of woods, glass and frescoes. The lower level of the home contains the greenhouse. This, with the home's green exterior, gave the bed and breakfast its name. Upstairs we have four spacious rooms, each with a private bath. Join us! Spend the night, a weekend, or longer and enjoy a full breakfast surrounded by the best that the Victorian Age had to offer.
Historic Host
Historic Host
(Historic Rentals)
Historic Host
106 East North Street
McArthur, OH 45651

Hocking Hills Cabin and Cottages - Historic bed and breakfast Getaways! Our bed and breakfast historic rentals are like postcards from the past! LOVERS OF UNIQUE and HISTORIC LODGING will just love each historic rental from our cabin to our school house. Each is a unique part of the historic past of the Appalachian region and all offer a bed and breakfast-type stay. Historic Host was started in 2007 by Sue and Jim Maxwell who have more than 20 years of experience in hospitality and tourism. Over the years they have developed several Bed & Breakfasts, most recently Ravenwood Castle in the Hocking Hills area of Ohio. Has Launched! is a human-curated, invitation only

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including bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges worldwide.


Historic lodging facilities (Stays) are demonstrably

significant to world history with respect to their architecture,

engineering, archeology or culture, as well as their location,

design, materials, workmanship, feeling or association.

Historic bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels and lodges offer

travelers a truly unique and memorable lodging experience.


They provide visitors a genuine opportunity to

connect with the past, while enjoying restful lodging,

excellent cuisine, gracious hospitality and more.


Sadly, countless historically significant structures

have been (and continue to be) lost forever.


Many of those that endure, do so largely because of the

vision, passion and dedication of devoted and enterprising

proprietors, companies and others, who (usually after great effort

and expense) offer them as living, interactive lodging facilities

reflecting the rich historical fabric within which they are woven.


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