Granville, OH 

Orchard House

4058 Columbus Rd
Granville, OH 43023 US

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Rates: $95 to $155
Total Rooms: 3
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (9 reviews)


Circa 1850. Experience a country getaway in a historic farmhouse with modern comfort, sophisticated style and generous hospitality on twelve scenic acres just outside the Village of Granville, Ohio. Interact with the resident animals, including llamas, sheep and free-range poultry. White-tailed deer and other wildlife roam freely amid the Christmas tree forest, pasture and orchard. Indulge in the wine and cheese hour served with award-winning carrot cake jam, or enjoy a soft drink and a sweet treat while the sun sets. Sit by the fire and watch a movie. Themed guest rooms capture rich traditions combined with contemporary treasures. The Whitman Room boasts an outside sitting area. Gather at the handcrafted dining room table carved from reclaimed barn wood for a gourmet breakfast made with local products and ingredients. The city of Columbus is only 35 minutes away and Licking County has biking, hiking, museums, cultural performances, art exhibits, concerts, wine tasting, shopping and golfing available.Publicity and Awards: Featured in Columbus Outlook Magazine, The Granville Sentinel and Edible Columbus Magazine., Featured on Columbus NBC 4's Home for the Holidays special in December, 2011.Location: Country.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $95 to $155
Payment types accepted include Personal Checks, American Express, Master Card, Travelers Checks, Visa, Discover, Cash and Paypal.
Rooms: This property has 3 total guest accommodations with private bath.
The types of beds available include Queen and King.


Cancellation: 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 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.
Pets: Pets Allowed, Innkeepers pets on premises, We welcome pets. There is an additional fee of $25 per pet per stay. Pets cannot be left unattended in the inn, , 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, our historic home. Guests are responsible for pet-related damages. For the happiness of all our guests and 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.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments and Wine.
Types of meals: Country Breakfast, Early Coffee/Tea, Full Breakfast, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Picnic Lunches, Snacks/Refreshments and Wine.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Bath Amenities, Bathrobes, Central Air, Clock Radio, Desk, Hair Dryer, Iron/Ironing Board, Reading Lamps and Wireless Internet Access.
Amenities On Site: DVD, Fireplace, Television, 24 hr coffee, tea, cocoa, soda, juice, ice. Netflix, Pandora, Hulu Plus, Wii, DirecTV, wine, cheese hour, outdoor gardens and farm.
Business Traveler Amenities: Desk, Wireless Internet Access, Daily Newspapers, Flexible Check in/out Times, Hair Dryer, Television, Iron/Ironing Board and Corporate/government rates available for travel Monday-Thursday. Please inquire.


Events Hosted: Meetings, Weddings, Romantic Getaways, Honeymoons, Seminars, Family Reunions, Picnics, Parties and Events.
Other Activities: Antiquing, Art Galleries, Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Sports Events, Major College, Water Sports and Wineries.

Historic Interest

The original land deed was a Revolutionary War grant. Built in 1850, Orchard House was home to many of Granville's well respected citizens. In the 1950's, the building was the first licensed home for alcoholics in the state of Ohio. Saved from being bulldozed by the Price family, it was a family home for 30 years. It was a bed and breakfast in the 90s. After 10 years, Orchard House is now a B&B again.
Historic sites nearby: Alligator Mound (5 mi) Newark Earthworks (8 mi) Avery-Hunter House (Robbins Hunter Museum) (4 mi) Davis-Shai House (8 mi) Granville Historic District (4 mi)

Romantic Interest

Our rooms are beautifully appointed and cozy. We have romance packages available with wine, locally made chocolates and roses. Take a walk on our 12 picturesque acres and watch the sun set while watching the animals frolic and the sun set.