Returning to Ohio from the Outer Banks, we often pass the beautiful building on top of the hill wondering what it was. We stopped and were pleasantly surprised to find a 16 bedroom inn, formerly a private mansion built in 1915 currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We stayed in the D B Zimmerman suite ($175) which was well appointed and nice. Everything has been restored to it's original state. We watched the Kentucky Derby in the full service lounge with complementary mint juleps followed by a wonderful dinner. I had Filet Mignon ($31) and my wife had Cod ($20), both were well prepared. The owner Chuck and his staff were very attentive with excellent service. Complimentary breakfast of a vegetable omelet or french toast was served the next morning in the white tablecloth solarium. A wonderful stop-we will be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Georgian Inn of Somerset is listed on the National Registor of Historic Places. Built as a private residence in 1915 by a prosperous coal and cattle baron, the mansion was designed for entertaining. The mansion has been restored to its original grandeur and opened in 2010 as The Georgian Inn of Somerset. We also offer afternoon tea, luncheon tours, fine and casual dining and tapas with wine pairings. Outdoor seating on the terrace is available, weather permitting. A tour of the property discloses the luxury accommodations in a number of rooms and suites. All rooms offer a private bath, cable television, WI-FI and a selected breakfast as part of each overnight stay. In addition, facilities are available for business meetings, weddings, bridal or baby showers, birthday parties, wedding anniversaries or any private party. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Inn At Georgian Place Hotel Somerset