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at The Grapevine House Bed and Breakfast

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... quick phone call and we were in! We stayed in the Beta Room and it was spotless clean. Had its own bathroom of course,...
... Good value for the area especially if 2 ladies share a room with 2 beds. Private bathrooms, nice and clean. A good...
... and relaxing. Saren was easy to work with. Used the living room for cards. Nice to have access to the kitchen. This would...
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What size bed is in this room, Is there a refrigerator available if we want to store some drinks or food we may pickup, if not is there one where I can refreeze my ice packs
Answer from dancingforjoy419
Jun 2017 |
There was a refrigerator outside our bedroom with complimentary drinks, but I don't know if it's available for guest use. I...
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ljkiser wrote a review Aug 2020
Grayson, Kentucky122 contributions16 helpful votes
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My husband and I were really wanting to get away from some really stressful happenings in our small hometown, but every place we tried to go (we planned this trip on a really short notice) was full. I decided on a whim to try Amish County in Ohio (which I thought was about 2 hours from where we live, but was really like 4 hours away). Tried several cabins, which were all booked up as well. I asked one of the places I called if he would recommend somewhere nearby that might be open and he told me to try one of the bed and breakfasts in a nearby town. One quick search and I found the Grapevine B&B, one quick phone call and we were in!

We stayed in the Beta Room and it was spotless clean. Had its own bathroom of course, and two beds (one full and one queen). We could open the windows and listen to the rain and hear the Amish buggies rolling by and the horses clip-clopping down the street. The house was beautifully decorated, and the people we met were all super friendly.

The owner, Marlene, (I think she is the owner?) was nice as she could be. We met her and sat on the porch (in the amazingly comfortable rocking chairs) and talked to her and another couple we met there one evening. She had a lot of knowledge about her Amish neighbors and was very interesting to talk to.

The Grapevine House is in tiny Winesburg, Ohio. There is a place down the street that serves ice cream and pizza (a very very short walk, maybe 1/2 a block away or so) but we didn't get to eat there. Everybody said the pizza was amazing so of course we are already planning another visit back for that! There is also a coffee shop, like almost directly across the street. We didn't get to try that one either. We were only there for Friday evening and all day Saturday (everything is closed on Sunday) and there just wasn't time. We went to nearby Berlin and Millersburg to eat both days. But of all the places we went, I think Winesburg was my favorite because of the laid back atmosphere. Seriously, if I could I would move to this town. We liked it that much. Felt very safe. Felt like my town used to feel, back in the 70s when I was a kid.

The only downside (if you call this a downside) is there was really no "breakfast". I mean, there was a full kitchen and you could have made a bowl of cereal or had a doughnut or yogurt, but we wanted a real Amish breakfast so we drove about 3 miles to the Der Dutchman restaurant to have breakfast. We knew all this going in, though, and didn't mind the breakfast thing.

I want to visit again soon and bring my mom. She would love it here. :)
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Chloe AW wrote a review Oct 2019
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Stayed while visiting Amish Country with a couple of friends. The property is lovely, nicely decorated rooms. Typical squeaky floorboards and narrow staircases of an old house, charming. Good value for the area especially if 2 ladies share a room with 2 beds. Private bathrooms, nice and clean. A good location for exploring the area. We enjoyed our stay. Wifi and TV are nice amenities.
Research various rooms before choosing. Front rooms in main house have a lot of light and noise from surprisingly busy street. Owner/staff is not on site 24/7 so I'd be unlikely to stay here on my own as I have done elsewhere. Breakfast is do it yourself continental. I was advised of this upon booking so don't consider it to be an issue.
Website booking has a few glitches so I suggest calling to be sure of options, payment and cancellation policy.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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jeffcaldwell230 wrote a review Aug 2019
Dayton, Ohio30 contributions3 helpful votes
Loved this property. Great history and amenities. The back porch is the best part of the house. Open and relaxing. Saren was easy to work with. Used the living room for cards. Nice to have access to the kitchen. This would be a "5" property but coffee and doughnuts do not make a bed and breakfast. You can do it Saren. Make it a 5.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: Get a room in the back of the house. It is quieter.
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Lauriem66 wrote a review Aug 2019
Huntington, West Virginia106 contributions29 helpful votes
My husband had stayed here in the past and had great things to say. He says they used to give vouchers but the only thing offered when we were there was instant oatmeal and old donuts. I don’t think the ‘breakfast’ they offer qualifies this place as a B&B. You need to change the name to Grapevine Bed.,
Our sheets had stains on them and the room smelled musty. Never again.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Heather M wrote a review Jun 2019
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My boyfriend surprised me with a getaway last night, staying in the Glenora room. The other people staying here were up until close to midnight downstairs and we could hear every word said downstairs, very noisy. Woke up this morning to NO breakfast food at all. Just some bananas, old apples, instant oatmeal and no milk. For the price we could have stayed at a comfort in that is less noisy and a full breakfast meal. NOT happy with this place at all!
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from dancingforjoy419
Jun 2017 |
There was a refrigerator outside our bedroom with complimentary drinks, but I don't know if it's available for guest use. I believe there was also a kitchen downstairs (which I didn't utilize), so perhaps if you contact the owners there is some space you could use.
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