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Hyde House Dogwood Room Bed and Breakfast Hocking Hills Ohio Between

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5.0 / 5Exceptional
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Kitchen

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What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Stuart's Opera House
    2 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Starbrick Clay
    3 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Rocky Factory Outlet Store
    5 min walk
  • Airport
    Athens, OH (ATO-Ohio University)
    33 min drive

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    About this area

    Nelsonville

    Hyde House Dogwood Room Bed and Breakfast Hocking Hills Ohio Between is located in Nelsonville. Fun Barn and Brass Ring Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Lake Hope State Park and Wayne National Forest Athens Unit. Hocking Valley Scenic Railway and Columbus Washboard Factory are also worth visiting.

    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Stuart's Opera House - 2 min walk
    • Starbrick Clay - 3 min walk
    • Rocky Factory Outlet Store - 5 min walk
    • Hocking Valley Scenic Railway - 7 min walk
    • Robbins Crossing Historical Village - 10 min walk

    Getting around

    • Columbus, OH (CMH-John Glenn Columbus Intl.) - 72 min drive

    About this property

    Hyde House Dogwood Room Bed and Breakfast Hocking Hills Ohio Between

    This beautiful National Register Victorian house (formerly known as The Mead House) was built in 1882 and became the home of Dr. Jerry Morris Hyde and the Hyde Family descendants for almost 90 years. Originally built by Dr. I. P. Primrose for his daughter Sarah and her new husband, it was sold to Dr. Hyde in 1890. The two doctors were friends, neighbors and also partners in several Nelsonville real estate ventures. When the last Hyde descendent passed away in 1977, the house became a succession of homes, rentals and student housing, until it was rescued and beautifully restored as a Bed & Breakfast by Michael and Sheila Mark in 2006. In 2009 long-time Bed and Breakfast entrepreneur and history lover Sue Maxwell became owner. Sue carried own the B&B tradition until 2016. Sue owns the Primrose Bed & Breakfast across the street. Carrying on Sue's tradition we hope you enjoy being able to “Sleep with History” at the Hyde House in Nelsonville! The Hyde House estate has a large wrap around front porch with plenty of sitting, lots of space for relaxing. The estate has a lovely dining area, sitting room, parlor room and four well appointed bedrooms & 4 1/2 bathrooms. Each guest will have a comfortable colorful room with private bath. Two bedrooms have a tiger claw soaking tubs. Only 1 block from Nelsonville Square and closely situated to Wayne National Forest and 18 minutes from Lake Hope State Park in Zaleski State Forest with miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking. The 120-acre Lake Hope is perfect for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, picnicking and swimming. Our guests will definitely want to visit Nelsonville's Historic Arts District with Stuart's Opera House, Hocking College and the Nelsonville Music Festival. At Hyde House Bed & Breakfast cyclists are a few miles away from one of Ohio's most challenging climbs, Lick Run Hill, with it's double 's' turn at a 19% grade. ATV enthusiasts are just minutes from the Dorr Run Trail Head with over 75 miles of designated trails for off-road vehicle riders, mountain bikers and hikers through the Wayne National Forest. The Hyde House is 15 minutes west of Athens and Ohio University and 15 minutes east of Old Man's Cave. It's perfect for parents and alumni visiting OU and perfect for a weekend visiting Ohio's famous Hocking Hills, named as one of Buzzfeed's stunning under-the-radar destinations to add to your bucket list. Hocking Hills and all the beauty the State Parks have to offer is only a short 15 minute drive to Old Man's Cave, Conkle's Hollow, and RockHouse. This beautiful National Register Victorian house (formerly known as The Mead House) was built in 1882 and became the home of Dr. Jerry Morris Hyde and the Hyde Family descendants for almost 90 years. Originally built by Dr. I. P. Primrose for his daughter Sarah and her new husband, it was sold to Dr. Hyde in 1890. The two doctors were friends, neighbors and also partners in several Nelsonville real estate ventures. When the last Hyde descendent passed away in 1977, the house became a succession of homes, rentals and student housing, until it was rescued and beautifully restored as a Bed & Breakfast by Michael and Sheila Mark in 2006. In 2009 long-time Bed and Breakfast entrepreneur and history lover Sue Maxwell became owner. Sue carried own the B&B tradition until 2016. Sue owns the Primrose Bed & Breakfast across the street. Carrying on Sue's tradition we hope you enjoy being able to “Sleep with History” at the Hyde House in Nelsonville! The Hyde House estate has a large wrap around front porch with plenty of sitting, lots of space for relaxing. The estate has a lovely dining area, sitting room, parlor room and four well appointed bedrooms & 4 1/2 bathrooms. Each guest will have a comfortable colorful room with private bath. Two bedrooms have a tiger claw soaking tubs. Only 1 block from Nelsonville Square and closely situated to Wayne National Forest and 18 minutes from Lake Hope State Park in Zaleski State Forest with miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking. The 120-acre Lake Hope is perfect for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, picnicking and swimming. Our guests will definitely want to visit Nelsonville's Historic Arts District with Stuart's Opera House, Hocking College and the Nelsonville Music Festival. At Hyde House Bed & Breakfast cyclists are a few miles away from one of Ohio's most challenging climbs, Lick Run Hill, with it's double 's' turn at a 19% grade. ATV enthusiasts are just minutes from the Dorr Run Trail Head with over 75 miles of designated trails for off-road vehicle riders, mountain bikers and hikers through the Wayne National Forest. The Hyde House is 15 minutes west of Athens and Ohio University and 15 minutes east of Old Man's Cave. It's perfect for parents and alumni visiting OU and perfect for a weekend visiting Ohio's famous Hocking Hills, named as one of Buzzfeed's stunning under-the-radar destinations to add to your bucket list. Hocking Hills and all the beauty the State Parks have to offer is only a short 15 minute drive to Old Man's Cave, Conkle's Hollow, and RockHouse.

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    1st Choice Cabin Rentals

    Speaks English

    Property amenities

    Internet

    Available in some public areas: Internet access

    Parking and transportation

    Parking available

    Family friendly

    Kitchen
    Microwave
    Refrigerator
    Separate dining area

    Languages spoken

    English

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    Smoke-free property
    Stereo

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    Air conditioning
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    Cable/satellite channels
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    Dishwasher
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    • Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Clean, very comfortable, charming! Left my cell phone charger in the room and Manager called me to say they where mailing it back to me!!

    Stayed 1 night in Nov 2019

    5/5 Excellent

      I would consider coming back to stay again

      The guest house was quite lovely and the room very comfortable. It was a nice place to come to rest and relax. There was no bustling business district if someone wanted to shop or to have many dining options. Those activities took some travel. However the Rhapsody restaurant within walking distance was affordable, delicious, fine dining, but only open in the evening. A great surprise! The cooked breakfast on the weekend days was very good. The Hyde House staff accommodated our dietary needs wonderfully and graciously. Very pleased!

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