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The team at this B&B is amazing and make you feel right at home. The Inn is beautifully decorated throughout with comfortable spaces to gather and work outside of the large rooms. Breakfast is fresh and delicious every day. The grounds and gardens are filled...More
We had a lovely 3 night getaway from Columbus at the AMH. The B&B is beautiful, our room large and stylish and the bed very comfortable. The breakfast choices were also excellent and prepared with love. Our hosts very graciously let us use the kitchen,...More
This was the perfect spot for our quick getaway from Cincinnati. The house/room were spectacular. It was our first time to Yellow Springs and we will be coming and staying here in the future! Great location (easy walk to everything), nice people, and a delicious...More
The Author Morgan House B&B is well worth staying at. Making reservations online could not have been easier and they followed up right away. The food is delish and the beds and bedrooms are comfy. Do yourself a favor go stay for a visit. The...More
We enjoyed ourstay immensely. We stayed at new year's eve ringing in 2018! This B&B is extremely clean and neat. The Manager, Maria, was a great hostess and cook! She made us feel right at home. There were people from Ohio and West Virginia staying...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.