Orchard House Bed and Breakfast

Granville, Ohio

Welcome to Orchard House Bed and Breakfast

About Orchard House Bed and Breakfast

Situated on 12 beautiful acres of farmland just outside the historic and picturesque Village of Granville, Orchard House Bed and Breakfast blends timeless farm style with the modern comforts of today. Our decor features antiques and modern artwork from throughout the world. Our gourmet breakfasts are locally sourced and highlight products from central Ohio farms and businesses. Whether you decide to walk the grounds, petting goats and collecting chicken eggs, or explore the local downtown or countryside, Orchard House is prepared to make your stay as relaxing as possible.

Originally built in the 1850’s, Orchard House Bed and Breakfast is located on 12 acres in Granville, Ohio and has been home to local prominent members of the Granville community. In the 1950s, it was the first licensed home for alcoholics in Ohio, the John Daley Home. Saved from demolition in 1969, the house was restored as a family home. The former Granville Manor Bed and Breakfast operated on the site in the 1990’s. After passing between several owners over the last decade, Orchard House is again a bed and breakfast, offering an atmosphere cognizant of its long history with all the modern comforts expected of superior lodging.

Orchard House's farm offer guests the opportunity to interact with our resident animals, including goats, a llama, sheep, pot bellied pigs, and numerous poultry that roam freely from pasture to pasture. We offer a special package that allows for guests to lend a helping hand on the farm, experiencing all aspects of animal care. White-tailed deer and other wildlife indigenous to Ohio continue to walk the land, from the Pine Forest to our orchard. Living in harmony with our natural surroundings, as the sun sets, sip a glass of wine and enjoy the beauty that unfolds before your eyes.

Whether to escape the city for a weekend in the country or to visit or spend time with someone you love, Dean and Jodi welcome you to our farm to enjoy some country relaxation in sophisticated style.

Pictures

Welcome to Orchard House Bed and Breakfast

Welcome to Orchard House Bed and Breakfast

Our inviting living room with working fireplace!

Our inviting living room with working fireplace!

Relax in the courtyard under the pergola.

Relax in the courtyard under the pergola.

The John Daley Room

The John Daley Room

The Job Paige Suite

The Job Paige Suite

The Carriage House Suite

The Carriage House Suite

The Charlotte Waters Lee Room

The Charlotte Waters Lee Room

The Green Room - sit back, kick your feet, relax.

The Green Room - sit back, kick your feet, relax.

Enjoy a bonfire on the lawn.

Enjoy a bonfire on the lawn.

Elegant picnic in the yard next to the manor.

Elegant picnic in the yard next to the manor.

The serene pine forest.

The serene pine forest.

Prices

John Daley Room

This room is named after an interesting period of history when the inn was a home for recovering alcoholics. The spacious room features unique, vibrant styling and a queen bed.

Daily $135.00 / night

Charlotte Waters Lee Room

Named after a previous owner of the property, the natural light in the room accents the beauty of the furnishings including an elegant king-sized canopy bed.

Daily $165.00 / night

Job Paige Room

Named after the original owner of the house, this rambling, spacious room depicts items from world travelers of the era.

Daily $210.00 / night

Carriage House Suite

This two room suite with a king size bed, sitting room and walk in spa shower is designed to be reminiscent of the days of the horse and carriage.

Daily $195.00 / night

Glamping at Orchard House

The luxury of staying at the Orchard House combined with the natural beauty and entertainment for the adventurer in you.

Daily $135.00 / night

Orchard House Bed and Breakfast Features

- Innkeepers live in Carriage House behind the B&B, providing our guests with privacy
- Ideal for groups, rent the whole B&B for a weekend in the country!
- Wine & cheese hour
- 24/7 One Line coffee, tea, water, ice, soft drinks, home baked goodies
- Hair dryers, robes and irons in each room
- Free Wireless Internet indoors and out
- Romance, Picnic & Farm Experience Packages
- Indoor & outdoor event spaces (including weddings/receptions)
- Wii, HD DirecTV, including Netflix, Hulu,
- Concierge services
- Supportive of local business and farms
- Environmentally responsible (TripAdvisor GreenPartner)
- Everyone greeted with open arms, regardless of Race, Creed, Gender, or Species.
- Pet and family friendly (See Policies)


Orchard House Bed and Breakfast Attractions

Orchard House is nestled in the farm country of Granville Township, minutes from the charming village of Granville and convenient to a variety of attractions in the Licking County and Central Ohio area. Here are some things to do while you are staying with us:

-Experience small town charm: Established in 1805 by families from Massachusetts and Connecticut, the Village of Granville was designed to resemble a New England town. Explore the shops and restaurants lining Broadway and around the village, enjoy the Farmer’s Market held on Saturdays May to October or other festivals and events held year round.

-Enjoy culture and learning : Denison University, an independent, undergraduate liberal arts college of 2,100 provides a rich center for culture and learning on its beautiful campus nestled on a hill above the village. Denison hosts distinguished speakers, art exhibits and cultural performances all year round, including the Vail Series.

-Learn about ancient peoples: Throughout the area, historic mounds, including Alligator and Infirmary Mounds as well as the Great Circle Earthworks in nearby Newark, are believed to have been built thousands of years before the arrival of European settlers to Ohio. These interesting sites offer a fascinating window into Ohio’s ancient history.

-Work on your stroke: Golf is abundant in the region, with the opportunity to play the Granville, Raccoon International, Willow Run, St. Albans, The New Albany Links and Longaburger Golf Courses. You’re par can only improve on these renowned courses!

-Have an afternoon shopping trip or a night on the town: Orchard House is only about 30 minutes from Easton Town Center, a shopping and dining destination which caters over 21 million visitors each year. In an open atmosphere guests can visit the most popular shops of today and share a cocktail or delicious meal among friends. In a few minutes more, you can experience downtown Columbus’s dynamic neighborhoods such as the Short North, Arena District and German Village, while easily returning to the quite calm of a nights sleep on the farm.

-Commune with nature: Dawes Arboretum, located in Newark, Ohio, contains over 15,000 living plants and offers nature tours throughout the grounds on numerous walking trails including the Japanese garden and Azalea Glen. Granville and the surrounding area is also home to numerous trails, including the T.J. Evans Recreational Trail to enjoy a great hike, horseback or biking experience. A short drive away, Buckeye Lake, a 3,300 acre lake and Ohio’s first state park, is home numerous to fishing, boating, and hiking opportunities. Or go on a natural adventure with Valley Zipline Tours in Lancaster (available Mar-Nov)

-See and hear local talent: The Midland Theater and Weathervane Playhouse offer professional theater and national headliners a stone’s throw away from our front step, including the area’s own Newark-Granville Symphony Orchestra. The Works: Center for History, Arts and Technology in Newark features historical exhibits around the rich industrial history of the area, galleries featuring local artists, and a glass blowing studio where you can see artisans transform molten globs of glass into beautiful creations.

-Relax with some libations: If you like to relax with a glass of wine, a bottle of beer or a classic cocktail, you’ve come to the right place. Sample hundreds of beers from around the world at Brews Cafe. Enjoy a drink at the Acorn Pub at the Granville Inn, sample a tasting at Buckeye Winery in Newark, or take a trip out to Sand Hollow Winery in Heath.

-Stay in: If you don’t feel like going anywhere, you are welcome to treat Orchard House as your home. Sit in front one of the two fireplaces (one indoor, one outside), watch DirecTV or Netflix on demand in the den and enjoy complementary coffee, tea and cocoa throughout the day! We hope to surprise and delight you with wine and cheese hours, special seasonal treats and the pleasure of our company, as much or as little as you prefer.


Terms & Conditions

-No smoking is permitted in the house and is only allowed outside. Please be respectful of the property by cleaning up your butts and refuse. We can provide an ashtray for use outside on request.

-Check in is 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please let us know if you will need to check in after this time so we can make the proper arrangements.

-Check out time is 11:00 a.m. Later check out is available with prior arrangements.

-Rates are for single or double occupancy, and include our delicious farm fresh breakfast.

-Breakfast, drawing from the area's quality ingredients and culinary traditions, is included in the room rate, and is served between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. With advance notice, we can accommodate earlier breakfast times. As a benefit to our Denison guests, your university student may join you for breakfast at no additional charge. Breakfasts for friends or family of guests who are staying at Orchard House are available for $10 per person.

-There is a maximum occupancy of two adults per room, an Air bed is available for 1 extra person in most rooms. The king suite has a sleeper sofa that can accommodate 2 adults. Additional adults will be charged a $25 guest fee per night.

-Up to 2 Children of any age are welcome (please call or email). An Air bed can be provided on request for no additional charge.

-We welcome pets. There is an additional fee of $25 per night. We accept up to 2 pets per reservation. For the comfort of other guests, pets cannot be left unattended in the inn, and we do not permit dogs that bark excessively. We do not allow pets in any of the indoor common areas. Please be considerate of our guests and our historic home. Guests are responsible for pet-related damages. For the happiness of all our guests, please pick up after your pooch. We reserve the right to refuse a reservation with a pet at any time. Prior arrangement of pet is required.

-We accept cash, travelers check, PayPal, debit cards and major credit cards. A 50 percent deposit is required at the time of booking, but you are welcome to also pay the amount due in full. If you are using a gift certificate or voucher, we will not require a deposit, but if you cancel or fail to reschedule with less than 7 days notice, your certificate or voucher will be forfeit.

-If a customer cancels 7 days or less prior to the date of check-in, the customer will lose their 50 percent deposit if Orchard House cannot re-book the days of the reservation. Orchard House will make every effort to re-book the room so the customer can avoid this charge. Events, special weekends, and holidays (such as Denison graduation and Big Red/Parents Weekend) require a 14 day cancellation and we may require a full deposit on reservation. No shows and same day cancellations will be charged the full amount of their reservation. Cancellations are accepted over the phone. E-mail and fax messages are not sufficient to cancel a reservation.

-To ensure that your room is always clean, comfortable, and welcoming, we will enter guest rooms to freshen bathrooms, empty the trashcans, and make the bed if the "Maid Service Required" tag is hung on the door, or by request. However, we respect our guests' privacy and provide "Do Not Disturb" signs for all of our guest rooms. We will not enter the room if it has been displayed.

-Guests are responsible for the replacement of any items missing from the room upon their departure.

-As part of our commitment to our shared environment, Orchard House proactively takes steps to lessen our impact on our environment. We will not change the bed linens, towels, or robes in a guest room until after a guest's third night with us. However, we want all of our guests to have the best experience possible and will happily replace these items more frequently if left on the floor and the Maid Service Required tag is hung on the door, or by request.