Excellent place to stay in Chillicothe. My husband and I were staying in Chillicothe overnight as part of a round trip Washington CH-Chillicothe. Bill, the owner/operator was a very hospitable, yet unobtrusive host. Some of my family members who live nearby were able to join us in Chiilicothe for dinner and we were able to return after dinner and relax by the fireside together as if in our own home. Breakfast was superb! The beds were superb! Unfortunately it was quite chilly while we were there so we did not have the opportunity to fully enjoy the gardens, they were spectatcular! Two thoughts to keep in mind; first, although the back is pretty private, securing bikes could be problematic but, in all fairness, Bill was quite up front about his before our arrival. Second, if arriving on Sunday (especially if your only mode of transportation is a bike) dinner options are very limited.
- 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