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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...
Wonderful hospitality- breakfast was excellent both of the days I stayed (slightly different selection- so this was very nice). Room was very clean and comfortable. The proprietor, Susanne, is very welcoming and gracious. Great location: 3 minute walk to restaurants, movie, books, jewelry and art...More
I made a reservation 2 months in advance for a specific room, paid for it, and got an email confirmation for the room.
About 3 weeks before our reservation, the innkeeper sent an email telling us our room had been switched. She didn't ASK to...More
This is a gracious old house that has been painstakingly restored and refurbished, with scrupulous attention to detail. We felt that every detail had been taken care of, and house keeping was accomplished with quiet efficiency. There is something to be said for being seated...More
We were looking for a "staycation" destination, and Yellow Springs is just south enough from Columbus that the sun was warm and beautiful. The Arthur Morgan House was a perfect "walk to everywhere" location. And our room, The Heron room, with a view tucked up...More
My wife and I stayed, with a group of friends, over Thanksgiving. This proved to be a perfect getaway. A very mellow place in a very mellow town. The beds were comfortable, the rooms very clean & quiet and the bathrooms updated.The breakfasts terrific. Close...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.