Six Acres Bed and Breakfast is located on six lovely acres in College Hill, just fifteen minutes from Downtown Cincinnati. This bed and breakfast has beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a serene and peaceful stay. Well appointed bedrooms and common areas are able to host guests for overnight stays and are also available for weddings, conferences, and corporate retreats, workshops and private parties. We also host educational seminars, quilting and cooking classes. Call 513-541-0873 for reservations and details on how Six Acres Bed & Breakfast can host your next event! A 6500 square foot mansion at the foot of College Hill has been transformed into Six Acres Bed & Breakfast. Built between 1850 and 1860 this beautiful home has a unique connection to the Underground Railroad. Having been owned and built by Zebulon Strong, noted abolitionist and participant in the Underground Railroad, this home honors the spirit of that tradition offering food and shelter to weary travelers. Located on six lovely acres, this bed and breakfast has beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a serene and peaceful stay. Our well appointed bedrooms and common areas are able to host our guests not only for overnight stays but are also available for weddings, conferences, corporate retreats, workshops, and private parties. We also host educational seminars, quilting and cooking classes. Our location is easily accessible to downtown venues such as sporting events, cultural fests, and The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
3.2 on February 26, 2014
Enjoyed learning the history of the house; would have loved to know more and seen pictures of the extensive renovation!
3.0 on November 21, 2013
We were in the separate house. It looks like it had been restored or renovated, but could use some modernizing, like modern windows. The place is on a busy street and the road noise coming through the old windows was loud. One of the best parts of the stay was visiting with the host at breakfast. She was very nice and entertaining and had lots of experiences to share.
4.2 on October 28, 2013
Our stay was comfortable. The room was huge. The breakfast was the best part of our stay. She did a wonderful job and even made it an hour early so we could be on the road. Friendly place.
3.8 on October 19, 2013
We had a very pleasant stay at Six Acres Bed and Breakfast. The room was clean and well appointed. Our host was a delight to speak with. It is a grand house that has seen better days.
4.0 on October 10, 2013
Enjoyed our stay in the seventh acre house; had the entire bottom floor. Like a bit of the country in the city.
5 on October 07, 2013
We were cheerfully welcomed at Six Acres, shown the property and our room(house if you stay in Annie's). Beautiful accommodations and linens. Very clean and comfortable. Breakfast offered more delicious homemade food than we could possibly eat. Kristin was helpful and full of great information. After seeing the place my wife hesitantly asked how much we'd spent for all of this. She was shocked at the amazing value. We know we'll be staying here during our next Cincinnati trip.
4.0 on September 19, 2013
The folks at Six Acres are wonderful people and staying there gives one a great sense of community.
4.4 on September 19, 2013
Had a wonderful stay. Kristen, the owner is great-friendly and helpful. The rooms are beautiful and the breakfasts very good. Will stay here again!
5 on September 08, 2013
Staying at Six Acres was was such fun and affordable. We enjoyed learning the history of the house, looking at all the decor of that period of time. Kristin is a wonderful hostess, eager to share history, make her guess comfortable, and makes a delicious breakfast. Enjoyed meeting the other guest and sitting around the breakfast table chatting with them and Kristin. Definitely will stay there again. Thanks Kristin, We'll see you again, Naomi
5 on September 03, 2013
Extremely helpful in making changes reguarding check in time to meet my schedule at the last minute.
Cincinnati, OH (CVG-Cincinnati N. Ky.)
Historical interests, Nature area, The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian