Historic Ohio Bed and Breakfast Inns

Amanda

1 Dum-Ford House B&B
— Amanda, OH 1845

Amherst

2 5 Corners Bed and Breakfast
— Amherst, OH 1880
Located in the original downtown. You can view the Town Hall, original General Store and original Blacksmith building from our front porch. Read More

Ashland

3 Winfield Bed & Breakfast
— Ashland, OH 1876

Ashtabula

4 Gilded Swan B&B

— Ashtabula, OH 1902
The inn was built in 1902 and is a lovely example of Queen Anne style Victorian architecture. Read More

Batavia

5 1861 Inn
— Batavia, OH 1861

Bucyrus

6 HideAway Country Inn
— Bucyrus, OH 1938
Inventor of the Variable Pitch Propellor built the Inn. Harold Samuel Smith. Read More

Burton

7 Goodwin House Bed & Breakfast

— Burton, OH 1828
This landmark home is listed in the National Register and features quality furnishings include antiques and family heirlooms. Read More

Caldwell

8 Harkins House Inn
— Caldwell, OH 1905

Cambridge

9 Colonel Taylor Inn Bed & Breakfast

— Cambridge, OH 1878
Built in 1878 by Colonel Joseph Taylor a 4 1/2 term US Congressman and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Also on "Save America's Treasures". Read More

Canal Fulton

10 Fulton House on Pleasant Hill Bed & Breakfast
— Canal Fulton, OH 1845

Canton

11 Hambleton House Bed & Breakfast
— Canton, OH 1918

Centerville

12 Yesterday B&B
— Centerville, OH 1882

Circleville

13 Castle Inn Romantic Retreat B&B
— Circleville, OH 1895

Cleveland

14 Wallace Manor Bed and Breakfast

— Cleveland, OH 1880
15 Glendennis B&B
— Cleveland, OH 1862
16 Brownstone Inn-Downtown
— Cleveland, OH 1874
17 Stone Gables Bed and Breakfast
— Cleveland, OH 1883
18 Glidden House
— Cleveland, OH 1910
19 Private Lodging
— Cleveland, OH 1920
20 Renaissance Cleveland Hotel Tower City Center
— Cleveland, OH 1918

Columbus

21 50 Lincoln-Short North Bed and Breakfast
— Columbus, OH 1860
22 Harrison House Bed & Breakfast
— Columbus, OH 1890
23 Hawthorne Park
— Columbus, OH 1900

Conneaut

24 Grandpa's Castle B&B
— Conneaut, OH 1896

Coshocton

25 Apple Butter Inn
— Coshocton, OH 1840

Danville

26 The White Oak Inn

— Danville, OH 1915
The inn was built in 1915 out of wood cut and sawn on the property. It still has the original glass windows and red and white oak flooring and fireplace surrounds. Read More
27 Red Fox Country Inn
— Danville, OH 1830
Amish settlements, Malibar Farm, historic Roscoe Village and the National Heisey Glass Museum are less than an hour from the inn. Read More

Galion

28 Presidential Inn B&B
— Galion, OH 1917

Gambier

29 Gambier House
— Gambier, OH 1845
Its owner was one of the laborers who built Kenyon College; it was held in the family for over 100 years. Read More

Geneva On The Lake

30 Eagle Cliff Inn

— Geneva On The Lake, OH 1880
This was the first resort village in Ohio. In 1995, the inn was nominated and placed on the National Registry of Historic Places under Criterion A as a significant resource reflecting the recreation... Read More

Georgetown

31 Bailey House
— Georgetown, OH 1830
The home was built in 1830 & has been in the family since 1876. U. S Grant visited many times as a boy and was good friends with the Baileys. Bart Bailey died in the Civil War. Read More

Granville

32 The Buxton Inn

— Granville, OH 1812
In the cellar is a popular tavern where stagecoach drivers once stabled their horses and meats were hung to smoke. The inn is noted for its fine dining and 18th-century furnishings. Read More
33 Granville Inn

— Granville, OH 1924
34 Orchard House
— Granville, OH 1850
The original land deed was a Revolutionary War grant. Saved from being bulldozed by the Price family, it was a family home for 30 years. After 10 years, Orchard House is now a B&B again. Read More

Hanoverton

35 The Spread Eagle Tavern & Inn
— Hanoverton, OH 1837

Hudson

36 Jeremiah B King Guest House

— Hudson, OH 1873
B. The innkeepers have created an environment that is charming, comfortable and convenient. Read More

Kelleys Island

37 Lakeshore Landing
— Kelleys Island, OH 1928

Kinsman

38 Dream Horse Guest House
— Kinsman, OH 1920

Lebanon

39 Golden Lamb
— Lebanon, OH 1803
Built in 1803 and listed in the National Register, The Golden Lamb is the state's oldest inn. Twelve presidents have visited the Golden Lamb. Read More
40 Hardy's Bed and Breakfast Suites
— Lebanon, OH 1870
This was the site of March Brothers Publishing Company who printed teaching materials for schools in the early 1900s. Read More

Lexington

41 Somewhere In Time B&B
— Lexington, OH 1904

Logan

42 A Georgian Manner B&B Inn
— Logan, OH 1840
Built in 1840. Famous murder in 1898. Voted Best Restoration 2012:. Read More

Louisville

43 The Mainstay B&B
— Louisville, OH 1886

Mansfield

44 The Olde Stone House Bed & Breakfast
— Mansfield, OH 1837

Marietta

45 The Lafayette
— Marietta, OH 1918

Medina

46 Spitzer House
— Medina, OH 1890

Mesopotamia

47 Old Stone House B&B
— Mesopotamia, OH 1854

Miamisburg

48 English Manor B&B
— Miamisburg, OH 1924
Built in 1924. Read More

Millersburg

49 The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

— Millersburg, OH 1919
The foundation of the inn dates back to 1840, but the current structure (frame, beams, and front room floor) are circa 1919. The Barn and Farmhouse were part of a dairy farm, and the barn suffered a... Read More
50 Hotel Millersburg
— Millersburg, OH 1847
Built in 1847 and renovated to retain historical flavor. Read More

Mount Vernon

51 The Chaney Manor B&B Inn
— Mount Vernon, OH 1823
Just twenty years younger than our great state of Ohio, the inn is iisted as the James McFarland House in the National Register of Historic Places. It is a two-story red brick Federal-style house,... Read More
52 The Russell-Cooper House
— Mount Vernon, OH 1829
Dr. John Russell and his son-in-law, Colonel Cooper, modeled a simple brick Federal house into a unique Victorian. Its sister structure is the Wedding Cake House of Kennebunk, Maine. Read More
53 The Mount Vernon Inn
— Mount Vernon, OH 1856

Nelsonville

54 The Hyde House Bed and Breakfast
— Nelsonville, OH 1882

New Richmond

55 Susanna's Guest House on the Ohio River

— New Richmond, OH 1860

Norwalk

56 Georgian Manor Inn - Bed and Breakfast
— Norwalk, OH 1906
57 The Victorian Lady Bed & Breakfast
— Norwalk, OH 1890

Oberlin

58 1830 Hallauer House Bed & Breakfast

— Oberlin, OH 1830
A hidden crawl space, with cut out hole in floor above and a dry cistern indicate that this 1830 house was very likely on the Underground Railroad. Also there are many artifacts from the Civil War... Read More

Painesville

59 Rider's 1812 Inn

— Painesville, OH 1812
Included in the Inn's history is the passageway in the cellar that has the reputation of being part of the underground railroad. The inn once served as a hospital for returning Civil War soldiers. Read More
60 Fitzgerald's Irish B&B

— Painesville, OH 1937
Maria Van Trapp has been an overnight guest here with the previous owners. Read More
61 Steele Mansion
— Painesville, OH 1867
62 Bank Street Bed and Breakfast
— Painesville, OH 1908

Perrysburg

63 The Guesthouse
— Perrysburg, OH 1860

Pomeroy

64 Holly Hill Inn
— Pomeroy, OH 1836

Port Clinton

65 A Touch of Italy Bed and Breakfast
— Port Clinton, OH 1913
Inn was constructed by Samuel Wenger in 1913; he poured every stone by hand. Read More
66 Scenic Rock Ledge Inn & Cabins
— Port Clinton, OH 1908
Built in 1908 as a summer camp, our Inn has hosted the New York Yankees and Babe Ruth in the '20s. Our lakefront location has made us a true landmark in our area. Read More

Put In Bay

67 Ashley's Island House
— Put In Bay, OH 1863
Built in 1863 and has been renting rooms ever since. The town council rented a room from 1870 to 1874 when the new city hall was built by the Architect who built our house. Read More
68 Fether B&B
— Put In Bay, OH 1870

Ravenna

69 Rocking Horse Inn
— Ravenna, OH 1867
Built in 1867 during the Romantic period with Stick Archetect. Read More

Ripley

70 The Signal House
— Ripley, OH 1830

Sagamore Hills

71 The Inn at Brandywine Falls

— Sagamore Hills, OH 1848

Sandusky

72 Wagner's 1844 Inn
— Sandusky, OH 1844
73 The Big Oak Bed & Breakfast
— Sandusky, OH 1879
74 The Cottage Rose
— Sandusky, OH 1913

South Charleston

75 Houstonia B&B
— South Charleston, OH 1900

Springboro

76 Wright House Bed & Breakfast
— Springboro, OH 1815
Home was built in 1815. Documented Underground Railroad sites. Read More

Strasburg

77 The Garver House
— Strasburg, OH 1902

Tiffin

78 Mad River Railroad B&B
— Tiffin, OH 1897
The inn was located next to the first train, "The Sandusky," which ran from Sandusky to Ohio. Read More

Toledo

79 Mansion View Inn
— Toledo, OH 1887

Vermilion

80 Gilchrist Guesthouse
— Vermilion, OH 1885

Wellington

81 Wellington Country Inn

— Wellington, OH 1884

Williamsburg

82 The Lewis McKever Farmhouse B&B
— Williamsburg, OH 1841
The home, which is listed in the National Register, is close to all the historic sites in Cincinnati, which was the site of a Confederate raid during the Civil War. Read More

Wooster

83 Harbor Hills Black Squirrel
— Wooster, OH 1880
84 Market Street Inn
— Wooster, OH 1897
85 Black Squirrel Inn
— Wooster, OH 1880

Yellow Springs

86 Arthur Morgan House Bed & Breakfast
— Yellow Springs, OH 1921
Built in 1921 by local notable, President of Antioch. Read More

Youngstown

87 The Inn at the Green
— Youngstown, OH 1876

Zoar

88 Zoar School Inn
— Zoar, OH 1836