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Once again the Inn helped my extended family enjoy our reunion held during the annual Poultry Days festival. We had family and friends from nine states staying in the seven rooms we had booked. Everyone enjoyed the beautiful rooms, delicious breakfast, and warm dedicated staff....More
What a great surprise to find such a classy, well-run inn in the heart of a thriving small town in Ohio. The food was great. The room was very comfortable. I definitely recommend it. (Travel's note: They don't have an elevator. I liked it as...More
great, interesting food--unique building- ask to see some hotel rooms after dinner ... back to dinner- large portions, excellent chef so you won't be disappointed. Been there many times over the years.. live music sometimes , wonderful experience- always
The Inn and the restaurant offer such a special experience. Chef Michael always presents such a delightful menu. Each room at the Inn is decorated differently but they are all very comfortable. Versailles is a small town so it is fortunate to have such a...More
Everything is always very nice and quiet. Each room is different with its own unique decor. They are very cozy. The rooms that I’ve stayed in are very dark. Great for getting a good night’s sleep! I would recommend The Inn to anyone.
Response from InnKeeper21 | Property representative |
No, the hotel is not haunted. We’ve had a few “ghost hunters “ check things out over the years and they can only regurgitate the stories local drunks have told. Any stories I’ve ever heard all centered around drama queens... More
No, the hotel is not haunted. We’ve had a few “ghost hunters “ check things out over the years and they can only regurgitate the stories local drunks have told. Any stories I’ve ever heard all centered around drama queens and excessive alcohol. I’ve worked here over 18 years.