Arrowston Inn Bed and Breakfast is ready to serve you. This beautiful historic home offers 3 guest rooms, each with its own bath, tvs in all 3 rooms, access to the library, dining room, and to a large common area that has a big screen tv. Tours of the grand ballroom on the third floor will be available to all guests. Over 6 acres of beautiful green space open and accessible for your pleasure. Direct access to the large Piqua Bike Path, so be sure to bring your bicycle. Each guest will have a full homemade breakfast provided daily. Wireless internet is available for all guests. A historic residence filled with stories and charm from around with world. With over 12,000 square feet of charming estate with beautiful views this is a perfect place for an evening of relaxation. From a room where Bing Crosby stayed numerous times to the room where Frank Sinatra was known to frequent this home has everything you could want. The home is on the National Register of Historic Places and has recently been renovated to a bed and breakfast for your pleasure. Take a trip to Europe without needing a passport and stay with us at Arrowston Inn.
4.6 on July 24, 2014
From the moment we turned into the driveway at the Arrowston Inn, it was obvious that this was going to be an extraordinary experience. The grounds are beautifully landscaped, the home itself is quite elegant, harkening to the days of plantation grandeur, and the hosts were so personable and welcoming that we sincerely felt that we had made new friends. The room was immaculate, the food scrumptuous, and we left knowing that this was only our first visit.
5 on July 03, 2014
We spent the night here to celebrate our 48th anniversary. It is a beautiful mansion that you can tell is cared for lovingly. Georgia and Norman are a delightful couple and since we were the only ones there that night, we were able to really get to know them. They shared the history of the place, and it was like old friends sharing around,the breakfast table. The food was delicious, and our room was beautiful with a really comfortable bed.
5 on June 15, 2014
What a memorable visit! We booked a night at the Arrowston Inn, the Sinatra Room, when we planned a weekend road trip in Ohio. We looked at the inn website, and thought the place was beautiful. We thought we were booking just a night stay, but never beyond our dreams would we have guessed what an incredible time we would have. Arrowston Inn is absolutely beautiful and to see it in person confirms this. Our room was beautiful, and overlooked the entrance. The adjoining bathroom was beautiful, and you can only imagine what it must have been like to live there in the 20s, after it was remodeled in the neo-classical Georgian style. However, the beautiful house aside, our favorite part of the stay were the hosts, Norm and Georgia. I spoke to Georgia when I made the reservations, and liked her immediately. With her southern charm and hospitality, you’ll feel like old friends. When we met her husband Norm, he is equally as likeable and charming. We spent time by the pool, enjoying cold beers with the couple…then ventured into town with them to catch a local music event. After we returned to the house, we talked to both of them until late in the evening. Brunch was delicious, as Georgia has excellent cooking skills and is quite accomplished. Again, we sat with them during brunch and like old friends, chatted for a very longtime. We definitely plan to visit Arrowston again, and look forward to seeing Norm and Georgia again.
4.8 on September 26, 2013
Loved staying at this B&B! Hospitality of the owners was only surpassed by this incredible property.
Named after Carl Hilding “Doc” Severinsen who stayed in the room while performing around the area. The Doc Severinsen room is perfect. A large room with an antique queen size brass bed and beautiful view of the estate. Large closet space and sitting area as well as easy access to the main hall and family lounge area. This room also features a television and private bathroom. Doc Severinsen stated “this would be a perfect bed and breakfast.”
If you have ever wanted to live like Bing, now is your chance. Stay in his favorite room that still has all the charms. A spacious room with a spectacular view of the property. The room has wonderful red carpeting, a television in the room, a wonderful private bathroom, and a beautiful antique wooden bed. Perfect for a couple looking for a weekend getaway.
Just like Old Blue Eyes himself this room is quite the looker. A massive king size bed and wide open floor space makes this a perfect room. Direct access to the family lounge area, personal television in the room, and a wonderful private bathroom. Ideal for everyone from a family to couples who are enjoying a trip together. Just like a song from Sinatra this room makes you feel wonderful.
Dr. Norman and Georgia Armstrong
We opened our lovely home as a Bed and Breakfast because of the history of this property. People in this community love to hear the stories of Bing Crosby visiting the home and the history of its beginnings. The swimming pool was frequented by Johnny Weismueller, the original Tarzan and an Olympic swimmer. The first female on Life Magazine grew up in this house. We love sharing this home with others. Please come!!