We spent a night in the lovely McIlvaine Room in this beautiful 1880s inn. We had a private modern bathroom and our sitting area overlooked the main street, but it was very quiet. The inn has games in the parlor, a kitchen for use by guests and seemingly everything one might need, including water, soda, ice cream treats and an amazing coffee machine. The inn is decorated with antiques throughout. The location is good too. Breakfast is on your own.
Charming and affordable- came to see a family member and a performance here and this was a perfect little resting place. currently no breakfast but they have an espresso machine, teas, hot chocolate and snacks. Highly recommend for lodging.
The Black Squirrel Inn is a lovely place to stay. Communicating with the host was a breeze. The location is stunning and convenient; close to the college and the downtown. The cleanliness is excellent and has every amenity you desire. We only stayed two days but will make sure to stay there again when we visit Wooster.
The Black Squirrel In was charming . It is an exceptional value for Wooster Stayed in a Jacuzzi suite . The neighborhood is awesome and a great area to walk . Easy walk to downtown ! I hope to. One back soon
I will never stay here again. I'd rather stay at the motel 8 than this God awful place. Bed wasn't even safe to lay on, as it about killed me, there are creatures living there in the garden and under the porch. Host is rude...
For three nights my husband and I enjoyed the comforts of Black Squirrel Inn. It's owner is a fantastic chef who served delicious and just the right size breakfasts in the midst of a very hot spell in Wooster OH: quiche, vegetable stratta, and clafoutis, to name just three. Jessica has a strong relationship with the local food cooperative and built her menus around the freshest local ingredients. The coffee was delicious and locally roasted, too. The room was beautiful and quiet. On the second floor, the Schwartz room has a large, attached bath with its own jacuzzi. Air conditioning, even in the midst of a heat wave, was excellent. And the public rooms are full of interesting antiques and memorabilia. We stayed three nights, long enough to feel thoroughly welcomed. We hope to return in the fall.…
Snow storm and all. It’s walking distance to campus and down town. We we able to visit with our son who is attending the college. The inn is beautiful and very relaxing. The parlor is well stocked with coffee and tea service.
Looked for a place near Amish and loved the pictures and location online. In person we were not disappointed. Beautiful home... very easy to work with when talked with host on phone. I haven’t slept that well in a long time. Quiet street... loved the actual black squirrels welcoming us in the front yard as we entered.
My husband and I stayed at the Black Squirrel Inn in September. We were there for the College of Wooster Black and Gold weekend. The inn has a very convenient location to campus and downtown. We parked the rental car right out front and walked pretty much everywhere. Fong is gracious, informed, friendly and a good cook. The first morning, we had events on campus and were unable to have breakfast in the dining room. Fong wrapped a hot out of the oven scone and I took it with me. We enjoyed a delicious breakfast the next morning. Good conversation around the table with other college parents and Fong when she was done serving. The inn is small and lovely on the inside, our room was clean and well appointed. The outside could use new paint and a bit of gardening. We would definitely stay again. Thank you Fong.…
This is an old retored beautiful home, the bedrooms are wonderful. The owner and the inn keeper are very nice and accomodating. It is located just a few blocks from downtown and the College of Wooster. The breakfast was very good and healthy. There are many places to visit in the area with antique stores and the Amish area of Ohio.
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