Located in downtown Wooster, the 1897 historic Victorian landmark features original woodwork, hardwood floors and spectacular period stained-glass windows. The Inn has 5-guest rooms all with private baths (3 ensuite) and sumptuous linens and bedding. A full breakfast is served daily, featuring fresh baked pastries, fruit and granola, in addition to a feature gourmet entree of the day. Allan and Jayne Churchmack are the proud new owners of The Market Street Inn and have worked towards fulfilling their lifelong dream of having a second career owning and operating a Bed and Breakfast.
Past the stained-glass windows and at the top of the grand staircase is our most spacious room, The Bexley. Beautiful bay windows bathe the warm hand detailed hardwood floors with natural light. A peaceful slumber is ensured on the queen-sized burled oak sleigh bed tucked with luxurious velvet bedding. The oversized tiled ensuite bathroom with claw-foot soaking tub/shower and impressive marble sink add to the Bexley’s elegance.
The Lewis offers a queen-sized iron bed with sumptuous organic cotton voile bedding with intricate hand-pleating. An antique dresser and dry sink showcase the room’s appreciation of bygone days. This lovely room boasts vintage architectural details, including delicate picture frame molding and blond pine flooring. Also featured is a soothing Victorian style ensuite bath with claw foot tub/shower. Make sure to search the room for dancing fairies!
The most romantic of our rooms is the Lincoln. The Lincoln is perfect for a quiet read or intimate conversation from its private balcony overlooking Market Street, or its quaint sitting area carved from the Inn’s grand turret. The tastefully appointed period furnishings, featuring a hand carved queen bed draped with custom linen bedding, and a marble-top dresser enhance the room’s understated style. Your nicely appointed and fully tiled private bathroom with shower is just steps down the hall.
At the front of the house overlooking Market Street is the quaint Gilmour Room. With its warm mahogany and marble-tiled fireplace, the Gilmour’s details recall the Inn’s opulent past. This room features a lovely single iron day bed with a second trundle bed, perfect for traveling companions. The past and present meet in your private bath merely steps away down the hall, with its Victorian era pull-chain water closet and modern-day rain-shower.
Nestled in the corner of the Inn is the cozy Lydian Room. The Lydian’s queen-sized iron bed with its lovely patchwork quilt and pillow shams scream comfort. The well-equipped private ensuite bathroom features an Italian-tiled floor and shower.
4.6 on September 12, 2013
My husband and I decided to get away for a few days celebrating our anniversary in April. We were actually only going to spend one night but we loved the place so much we ended up staying two. The hosts, Allan and Jayne, were extremely warm and friendly. The house, with all its Victorian charm, was beautiful, spacious and comfortable. We loved our room with the little balcony where we sat and enjoyed a glass of wine. The breakfasts were outstanding - Jayne makes the best scones around. I would highly recommend this B&B and we plan to return.
4.8 on August 23, 2010
Allan and Jayne have done a fantastic job with this bed and breakfast. We absolutely love the house and all of it's character and to have 2 wonderful hosts as well just adds to it's beauty. Hospitality and breakfast were fabulous, we will definately be back!
Amish Country, College of Wooster, Downtown, Small town
Cleveland, OH (CLE-Hopkins Intl.) 55 miles
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Movie Theater, Ohio State University - ATI, Amish Country, College of Wooster, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Spa, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Conference Rooms, Fireplace, Library, Piano
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Allan and Jayne Churchmack
Allan and Jayne Churchmack are the proud new owners of The Market Street Inn. Since marrying in 1982, Allan and Jayne have planned and worked towards fulfilling their lifelong dream of having a second career of owning and operating a Bed and Breakfast. In preparation for pursuing this business venture, Jayne has obtained her Pastry Chef Certificate from the International Culinary Arts & Science Institute.
Fresh Baked Scones.
Enjoy the Inn’s fresh baked scone of the day. Featured scones include: smoked cheddar and bacon; blueberry; raspberry; currant; cranberry; and date and walnut.