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A modern, boutique style bed and breakfast just steps from downtown Yellow Springs, the Glen Helen Nature Preserve, and the Miami Valley Scenic Bike Trail. Arthur Morgan House, built in 1921 by Lucy and Arthur Morgan, has six well-appointed rooms, each with private bath. The cooked-to-order breakfast is made with local organically-grown ingredients when possible. Yellow Springs is home to Antioch College, Antioch University, over 50 unique arts, crafts, and retail shops, and a variety of dining, craft brew, and live music options. The Village borders John Bryan State Park and the Clifton Gorge. Come enjoy the quiet comfort of this beautifully decorated home and endless options for outdoor and retail activity that Yellow Springs has to offer.
All reviews bed and breakfast screened in porch living room breakfast was delicious king bed pancakes each morning the owner wonderful hospitality top floor b and b shops and restaurants on line family reunion the perfect spot the air force museum young's dairy
I cannot praise Mary Margaret, our wonderful host, enough.
We had to change our travel plans due to the Hurricane & decided that Yellow Springs was the place to go on our way to Baltimore.
A quaint town (reminds me of Daylesford, Victoria), that is...More
We enjoyed a one night stay on a road trip through Dayton in September. Stacy, the innkeeper, was easy to work with and communicative. We had no trouble booking on-line and making arrangements for our arrival.
We had a top floor room that was spacious,...More
Twelve of us stayed at the beautiful Arthur Morgan House B&B which was like living in the pages of Architectural Digest magazine! It was so comfortable for our family ... wonderfully furnished and appointed ... every space perfectly balanced in design, scale, color and texture....More
From Columbus we had a short drive to a peaceful fun town, graced by the charming Arthur Morgan bed and breakfast. As innkeepers ourselves we were delighted to find the Arthur Morgan house spot on in terms of comfort and hospitality. The house is in...More
The Arthur Morgan House is just lovely - a peaceful oasis for a perfect Labor Day Weekend. We're in town visiting a niece at a nearby collage. We took Suite 5 and the kids (18) stayed in Suite 1 with two twins. The house is...More
Response from Stacey W | Property representative |
Arthur Morgan House was constructed by the Morgan family in 1921. It began as a private residence and was also used as a dormitory for Antioch College for a short time. It was renovated into a B&B in the 80s. I... More
Arthur Morgan House was constructed by the Morgan family in 1921. It began as a private residence and was also used as a dormitory for Antioch College for a short time. It was renovated into a B&B in the 80s. I believe you're thinking of the The Glen House Inn. The Glen House was, as you mentioned, built by an artist and did contain original artwork. A beautiful home! Unfortunately, the owners sold the property and it is no longer functioning as a B&B.
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"We had to move rooms due to the noisy air-conditioner on the top floor. Our host was very accommodating."