Settler's House

The Settler's House dates to the mid-19th century and, along with being one of the oldest structures in the area, it is also a classic example of Western Reserve farmstead architecture.

Settler's House

The entire house is is considered a single unit and includes a full kitchen, dining room, living room with flat screen TV and fireplace. The master bedroom is downstairs and has a queen-sized bed. Adjoining it is a dressing room and full bath.

Upstairs there are two bedrooms, each with a double bed. Also upstairs is a 1/2 bath(WC). These bedrooms are not rented separately. Guests may rent one, two or three bedrooms.

The house has been totally renovated while retaining it's historic charm. It is equipped with whole house air conditioning and is decorated with antiques and compatible contemporary furniture and artwork.

Rates: 2 night minimum; $150 per night (for one bedroom)

4 nights or more $125/night

Add $50/night 2 night minimum each for the second bedroom, if needed

Add $50/night 2 night minimum each for the third bedroom, if needed

Air matresses are not available for the Settler's House.

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Second Bedroomphoto by Rosen-Jones