Bed & Breakfasts are not for everyone, but everyone should stay at this Bed & Breakfast. The home, built in the 1840s is beautiful and Mr. Hirsh has put his touch and character into every niche. We stayed in the presidents room which just exudes history. We stayed in Chillicothe as we were attending the Tecumseh! outdoor drama and were so happy we did. The bed was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in that wasn't in my own home. Additionally, there was another couple in the next room and we had no idea until we met them at breakfast. As for the breakfast, I coupld have eaten 10 cups of his berries and cream, so simple but oh so delicious. If you happen to be spending a night or two in Chillicothe, don't stay anywhere else.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Atwood House, a Greek Revival home built in 1843 by Jacob Atwood, is a historic bed and breakfast in the heart of Chillicothe, Ohio. Newly remodeled, each room is beautifully and uniquely furnished. The downstairs, with its ballroom and dining room/parlor, is perfect for celebrations. Since Chillicothe is only an hour from Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus, it is a wonderful place to consider for weddings and parties. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Atwood House Bed And Breakfast Chillicothe, Ohio