Victorian home with three spacious themed rooms (each with a private bath). House was part of the Underground Railroad and is the one of the oldest buildings in Marion. Within walking distance of downtown and the Harding Home. Hot breakfast served. Cable and WiFi included. Chapel services on the weekends.
The home was built by the son of the town's founder and served as a station on the Underground Railroad. Many of the hiding places and secret passages remain intact. It is rumored there were tunnels that connected this home with three other stations.
Our three guest rooms are decorated to celebrate Marion's rich local history. The Presidential Room honors President Warren Harding and Ohio's other seven presidents. The School Room holds a classic book collection and reminds visitors of old local schoolhouses. The Coke Room is classic Americana with many examples of vintage licensing and advertising.
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In addition to their private bedroom and bathroom, guests may access the dining room, front porch and chapel (unless there is a scheduled event). In the dining room, there is Keurig coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator and snack bar. There is also a display with local maps and brochures in the main hall.
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The host lives on site and has an office on the main floor.
Otros aspectos destacables
Listing is for one room only. We have three private guest rooms and can accommodate a total of ten guests per night.
Weekday rates are $69/night for the Presidential Room and $59/night for the School Room and Coke Room. Weekend rates are $99/night and $89/night, respectively. Rates are based on single/double occupancy.
Our one rule is that anyone who walks through our door is to be treated as family.
When I was ten years old, I was invited to play basketball in a Sunday school rec-league because I missed the sign-ups for the school team. By the time I was sixteen, I had committed to serving in full-time ministry. I felt called to serve God while overlooking the beaches of Normandy, where over 10,000 soldiers willingly gave up their lives for the freedom of people they would never meet. I decided on that day I was done living for myself, and I gave my life over to the biggest cause I could think of - serving the Kingdom of God.