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Excellent place to use as a base for enjoying Yellow Springs, Clifton Gorge, Glen Helen and the other attractions. Wonderful breakfasts, friendly attentive hosts. Good access to Antioch University, Wittenberg, and the Air Force museum at Wright Patterson. Also Spencer's Cycle Graveyard in Trotwood.
The Morgan House is the place to stay in Yellow Springs. The staff we met are extremely nice and helpful. Our room was comfortable, spacious and well appointed.
A common living room is nice for relaxing, reading, etc.
The breakfast choices are nice and perfectly...More
Our stay exceeded expectations from the guests, staff and to all the finishing touches of the house. This quaint house has more to offer than meets the eye. You're met with a warm welcoming vibe and all rooms are void of distractions: televisions, in-room phones,...More
My husband surprised me with a trip to the area to visit extended family and attend a concert in Dayton. Instead of staying at a standard hotel, he found this gem! It is both quaint and sophisticated. The breakfasts were delicious. The staff was warm...More
My husband and I booked room 5 for one night. A friend married us in the room! It was a wonderful experience. The house is a wonderful mix of classic and modern. Breakfast was wonderful and the staff took great care of us.
$90 - $135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Stacey W | Property representative |
Arthur Morgan House was constructed by the Morgan family in 1921. It began as a private residence and was also used as a dormitory for Antioch College for a short time. It was renovated into a B&B in the 80s. I... More
Arthur Morgan House was constructed by the Morgan family in 1921. It began as a private residence and was also used as a dormitory for Antioch College for a short time. It was renovated into a B&B in the 80s. I believe you're thinking of the The Glen House Inn. The Glen House was, as you mentioned, built by an artist and did contain original artwork. A beautiful home! Unfortunately, the owners sold the property and it is no longer functioning as a B&B.