“Highly recommended” ~ George Hobica, AirfareWatchdog, USAToday, May 2012. The German Village Guest House is a boutique hotel experience in an acclaimed historic neighborhood just one minute south of downtown Columbus and 12 minutes from Port Columbus airport (CMH). Our large, modern and sparkling clean hotel rooms and suites are located in the heart of one of “10 Great Neighborhoods*” in in the US. The German Village Guest House is a AAA Three-Diamond Hotel and recently achieved 'TripAdvisor Ranking #1 of B&Bs/Inns in Columbus Ohio,' and was voted 'Best Hotel/B&B in Columbus' in the 614 Magazine 2012 and 2013 reader polls. Our Guest check-in and -out is automated 24/7 ~ fast, convenient and secure. Lots of unrestricted on-street parking. Fresh, delicious continental breakfast buffet, broadband wireless, cable TV, DVD player, snacks, refreshments, fresh flowers and lots more all included in rate. Enjoy a charming National Historic District neighborhood that features the best parks, restaurants, shops, galleries and pubs in the Midwest. All German Village Guest House hotel buildings are nonsmoking, with outdoor smoking areas. Substance with Style The German Village Guest House and the Whittier Suites both include these free amenities: • Deluxe continental breakfast featuring fresh and seasonal fruits, fresh wholesome home-baked goods • 20-step daily deep cleaning • Wi-Fi Everywhere • Self-serve check-in/check-out • 24/7 access • Manager on-call • Modern designer furniture and fixtures • Locally roasted premium coffee and teas • Refrigerator stocked with milk, juices, bottled water • Snacks and fresh whole fruit for you to enjoy at any time • Hair dryer • Cable TV and DVD player in each room • Super-premium mattresses, linens, towels and plush terry spa robes
Room 2 is a Queen room on the second floor, with a bathroom and shower en-suite, and overlooking a tree-lined, brick-paved neighborhood street with a view of the downtown Columbus skyline. It shares the common areas, kitchen and gardens with the other rooms in the house.
Whittier Suites #1 is a sexy, chic and sophisticated 800 sq.ft. private luxury apartment in a duplex restored in 2006, featuring designer furniture, finishes and fixtures. On street level, this is the ideal of modern city living. Bold Euro furniture, a modern king size bed, a stainless and tile kitchen and an indulgent shower you must experience. The Whittier Suites are just one block from Schiller Park, and a short walk to all German Village attractions. Breakfast is delivered prior to your arrival to be enjoyed in privacy and at your convenience the following morning.
Upstairs and upscale, Whittier Suite 2 is a more refined perspective on city living. Richer, more traditional in its palette, this is a taste of how the Uptown crowd must live. Includes a luxurious Kohler soaking tub, en-suite washer/dryer and deluxe foldout sofa. Breakfast is delivered prior to your arrival to be enjoyed in privacy and at your convenience the following morning.
5 on June 10, 2014
While visiting our daughter we discovered this guesthouse. It is so much nicer than any hotel room. It also also next door to a great deli and Jeni's ice-cream!
4.4 on May 19, 2014
This is more than we expected comfortable and clean.
5 on April 17, 2014
I can't say enough about how wonderful our stay was. We just booked two nights to celebrate our 1-year anniversary and I just can't wait, I've been fortunate enough to have stayed in some wonderful bed-and-breakfasts (and hotels) and I feel that the night we spent in the Whittier Suite topped them all (and then some)! We didn't want to leave! We lived in German Village for the first year and a half of our relationship and it brought back so many wonderful memories for us. In my opinion, it is by far the most romantic place to stay in Columbus, Ohio. I was born and raised here and did quite a bit of research to find the best place for our wedding night. I'm confident that the German Village Guest House is it!
4.2 on March 24, 2014
We loved the location. Room was beautiful and very well-appointed. Great selection for breakfast.
5 on February 27, 2014
My fiance & I arrived on Sat, Feb 22nd & stayed until Mon, Feb 24th. Check-in at 4pm. We stayed in Room 1, which is on the 1st floor & off the kitchen. In the kitchen was a pitcher of fresh iced tea & a tray of cookies. The kitchen is well-stocked, including homemade yogurt, cereal, teas, K-cups for the Keurig, & more. The kitchen is spacious, clean, & modern. While we stayed in Room 1, we had the chance to look at the other 2 after the other couples left on Sunday, & I can say that all 3 rooms are worth the price. Our room was nice, & a bottle of San Pelligrino was on a tray with 2 glasses. I planned ahead for 2 cream puffs from Schmidt's (a local German restaurant) to be waiting for us. A handwritten note wished my fiance a Happy Birthday, & directed us to the fridge to find our desserts. The house isn't noisy. I barely heard the other house guests when they were there, and the street traffic was barely noticeable. The area is safe & peaceful. If you go up during nice weather, use the fire place on the patio in the backyard. Even in the German Village, this B&B has a spacious backyard to enjoy. The owners supply all the necessities for smores. Also, the fireplace in the living room is available for use. Our breakfasts included hardboiled eggs, bread w/ butter & jellies, sliced fresh honeydew, grapes, mixed berries, a delicious crumb cake, pineapple, berries, & a baked nut bread. If you wish to stay in for meals, you can use the kitchen to cook, pick up a burger to go at The Thurman Cafe, or get food delivered from Plank's Cafe. There is street parking all down the block, & we were parked right infront of the house. A keycode unlocks the front door, & all doors leading outside have a deadbolt. The 3 guest rooms have 2 deadbolts each, & you have your own key (not keycard) to your room. I felt our experience was well worth the money. The cozyness of a home, mixed with the amazing amentities, made our trip wonderful. I would absolutely stay here again.
4.8 on November 22, 2013
This was a wonderful alternative to a hotel. I was made to feel very welcome. The house is beautiful; the room and bath were great. Whenever I'm in Columbus for business again, this is where I will stay.
5 on November 17, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Whittier Suite #1 for our anniversary. The suite was absolutely gorgeous - nice living room, beautiful kitchen, spacious bedroom, and stunning slate shower in the bathroom. The owners had an unexpected bottle of champagne, strawberries, and chocolates waiting for us when we arrived. The kitchen was stocked with every snack you can imagine including fresh cookies, coffee cake, cereal, and oatmeal. The refrigerator was stocked with several bottles of water and juice as well as fresh fruit, milk, soy milk, and boiled eggs. The location cannot be beat. We walked to The Book Loft, G. Michaels, Lindeys, Kolache Republic, German Village Coffee House, and Schiller Park. Many other shops and restaurants are within a short walk. We had a great weekend being tourists in our own city and hope to be back again soon.
5 on November 12, 2013
My husband and I took a chance on this web find. It could not have been a more lovely overnight. From the easy online booking to the upbeat artful, relaxing design to the delicious and beautifully presented continental breakfast. We enjoyed learning of the history of German Village from the DVD in our room, then hiking the narrow brick-paved streets. We are recommending to our friends. Wish we'd had another day to enjoy the fireplace in the garden. John, the proprietor, is a natural. We enjoyed our visit.
5 on October 17, 2013
Best place to take your spouse anywhere in Ohio
4.6 on September 10, 2013
we stayed there for our 8th wedding anniversary. It was a cozy and pleasant stay. Excellent choice.
German Village, Historical district, City, Downtown
Columbus, OH (CMH-Port Columbus Intl.) 9 miles
9.3 mi (about 16 mins) Take the I-670 W/US-62 W ramp to Columbus, keep following signs, merge onto I-670 W (3.3 mi, 3 mins), merge onto I-71 S via exit 5 (1.7 mi, 2 mins), take the Main St exit 108A , take the right fork to Main St E and merge onto E Main St , turn right at Parsons Ave (0.7 mi, 2 mins), turn right at E Sycamore St (0.4 mi, 1 min), turn left at Jaeger St (0.1 mi).
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, German Village, Brewery Disctrict, Arena District, Short north arts and shopping district, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Zoo
Urban Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Other
Air conditioning, Board games, Computer, Fireplace, Library, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , DVD Player in each room, DVD library on site
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Shakespeare in the park, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Tennis courts
Owners live next door.
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