The Green House Bed and Breakfast is more than just
another home listed in 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.
through the original leaded glass doors, you will find the highly polished Italian-styled
oak entry which radiates with refracted light from the leaded glass
windows. The entry fireplace brought from Italy is complete with the original
andirons. One parlor is in the Greek tradition. The library (family room)
is in the English country design. The dining room is designed with
cherry wood, leaded glass and cherry beamed ceilings. All first floor rooms
are detailed with the finest of woods, glass and frescoes.
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.
- Old-fashioned hospitality
- Children and students are welcome
- Gift certificates available
- Two phone lines available
- High speed internet access
- Central air-conditioning
- Major credit cards accepted
Call today for reservations!
(740)775-5313 or Toll Free: (855) 398-2298
Click on the interactive Virtual Tour below
to visit the rooms in the Greenhouse