Where to Stay in Granville, Ohio
Bed & Breakfasts
Willow Brooke Bend & Breakfast
Please call Sandra Gibson to make a reservation or with any questions at 800-772-6372 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Willow Brooke website at www.willowbrooke.com.
The Porch House Bed & Breakfast
The Porch House, a turn-of-the-century home in historic Granville, Ohio offers charming guest rooms with private baths and air conditioning. Each morning awake to a leisurely breakfast, included in the price of the room. The home is adjacent to one of Ohio's most popular bike paths and within short walking distance of village shops and Denison University. Ideally located, visitors discover that they are only a half hour to forty-five minutes away from Newark, Dresden, Roscoe Village, the Amish country, Buckeye Lake and the many attractions Columbus offers.
Please call Bruce or Lisa Westall to make a reservation or with any questions at (740) 587-1995 or e-mail them at email@example.com. Visit the Porch House website at http://porchhouse.com/
Fraley House Bed & Breakfast
Please call Reed or Mel Fraley to make a reservation or with any questions at 800-578-0611 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Fraley House website at http://www.carbbon.com/fraley/home.htm
The Broadway Guest House
Please call Nick or Melanie at 740-587-0321 or email at email@example.com to make a reservation or for additional information. "Visit The Broadway Guest House website at http://www.thebroadwayguesthouse.com"
Welsh Hills Inn
For reservations, please contact Bobbi or Jeff Noe at The Welsh Hills Inn at (740) 321-1493 or by e-mail at WelshHillsInn@gmail.com. Visit The Welsh Hills Inn - A Country Bed & Breakfast website at http://www.WelshHillsInn.com.
The Granville Inn
Granville Inn is a historic English manor inn, and a landmark, in the heart of Granville, Ohio. We offer a full-service restaurant and pub, guest rooms and suites along with banquet, meeting and catering services.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn’s old-world charm, hand cut oak paneling, native sandstone and rural hospitality make it a place for great escapes.
The restaurant has become a destination for food lovers throughout central Ohio winning praise and awards including a “Best New Restaurant” by Columbus Monthly magazine, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008 and One of Columbus' Most Romantic Restaurants 2008*. To make a reservation call 740-587-3333 or visit the website at http://www.granvilleinn.com/
The Buxton Inn
Two-story porches, formal gardens and beautiful fountains provide a relaxed setting for overnight guests, small business meetings, and local friends and neighbors who are encouraged to stop by and step back in history for a moment.
Each of the twenty-five overnight guest rooms is furnished in period antiques and offers private baths, central air and heat, color cable television, touch tone phones, refrigerators, and in-room coffee and tea service. To make a reservation call 740-587-0001 or visit the website at http://www.buxtoninn.com