Welcome to Arthur Morgan House Bed & Breakfast, the only B&B in the village of Yellow Springs!
Arthur Morgan House features six guest rooms, each with private bath. Each room has either a comfortable king, queen or two single beds, all made up with luxurious high thread count all-cotton linens. All rooms are air-conditioned in summer and have beautifully finished oak floors. In the morning you'll enjoy a delicious breakfast, prepared to order with organically grown ingredients.
The living room has a fireplace and comfortable couches, and is decorated with crafts from southern Africa, many of them for sale. There are games, puzzles, books, CDs, and DVDs for your entertainment.
Free wireless internet is available throughout the house. Arthur Morgan House is smoke-free. Pets are not permitted except in special circumstances. Rooms do not have telephones or televisions; free calls within the lower 48 states are permitted from the house phone.
The charming village of Yellow Springs has fine restaurants and food shops, as well as more than fifty unique gift and craft shops and galleries. The Little Miami Scenic Bike Path passes through the village on its way from Springfield to Cincinnati, and is enjoyed by walkers and folks on bicycles, roller blades, skate boards, and more. Arthur Morgan House Bed & Breakfast is located near the Little Art Theater, Sunrise Cafe, the Winds Café, Ha Ha Pizza, historic Ye Olde Trail Tavern, Chamber Music Yellow Springs concerts, the Bryan Center, the Dharma Buddhist Center, and Yoga Springs Studio. The B&B is three blocks from the Antioch College campus and Glen Helen's Trailside Museum, and it is a short drive to John Bryan State Park, Clifton Gorge, and Young's Jersey Dairy with its delicious ice cream and baked goods, miniature golf, driving range and batting cage.
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Check our availability and book your room online using our easy and secure reservation system - it is up-to-date, safe, quick and can be done at any time of the day.
The Lonely Planet USA guidebook says “Dayton has the aviation sights, but little Yellow Springs … has much more personality for accommodation and places to eat...” and about Arthur Morgan House, “This comfy, six-room B&B is decorated with African art…”
Budget Travel magazine says “Yellow Springs is thriving: The main drag, Xenia Avenue, is lined with shops, cafés, restaurants, and galleries …. One day, knitting appeared wrapped around a tree downtown, and soon passersby were bringing yarn to add to it. Now, the signposts up and down Xenia Avenue are covered with knitted "graffiti."
Particular Places, A Traveler’s Guide to Ohio’s Best Road Trips, says “The large stucco house is located on a quiet, tree-shaded street a short distance from everything visitors would want to see in Yellow Springs”, and about your innkeeper Susanne Oldham: “she…arguably knows more about the village and the surrounding area than anyone else you are likely to meet.”
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