SHORT NORTH BED & BREAKFAST is an urban delight in the heart of the trendy Short North Arts District. That's where everything that's important between downtown Columbus and The Ohio State University is located. We're just steps away from the best galleries, restaurants, specialty shops, clubs and pubs that the city offers. The Short North Arts District is known for its monthly Gallery Hops. The first Saturday of every month, thousands of visitors converge on the Short North for an evening of art, food, shopping and people watching. Why not take the opportunity to "live like the locals" and spend this fun week-end at SHORT NORTH BED & BREAKFAST? Start each morning in our gracious dining room under beautiful crystal chandeliers. Overnight guests enjoy a full breakfast of juice, fresh fruit, homemade breads and muffins, entree and coffee or tea. Four guestrooms offer a private bath, queen bed, cable television and wireless internet. Three guestrooms offer a private bath, queen bed, TWIN BED, cable television and wireless internet. We also offer Accommodations for your car in our private parking lot. SHORT NORTH BED & BREAKFAST is the perfect setting for a small business retreat or a wonderful weekend with family and friends. BUSINESS TRAVELERS--Please ask about our extended stay housing for visits of two weeks or more.
5 on June 05, 2012
If I had to summarize our stay in this bed and breakfast with one word, it would be "comfortable". But since I have more words available, here are the details behind the word: The location is excellent--central to my husband's work, and our family and friends scattered around the area. We enjoyed being walking distance from work downtown and from the interesting shops and delicious restaurants in the Short North area, and also easy driving distance from everywhere else we needed to be. The room was wonderful, spacious, homey and oh so comfortable, especially the bed with feather blankets. We both slept soundly and comfortably every night during our stay. Not all of the rooms are as large as the one we were in, but for a stay of several nights, the extra space in that room made it easy to spread out and feel at home. Breakfast was delicious and very filling--three out of the four days of our stay we ate breakfast in-house and thoroughly enjoyed each meal. Trelene is a wonderful cook, and the food was a delightful mix of fresh and home-cooked. We were so full every day, we were never quite ready to eat again by the time lunch rolled around.The variety of fresh fruit, yogurt and granola was a perfect complement to the satisfying and tasty entree each day. Many thanks for a wonderful stay!
5 on March 26, 2012
This B&B has an amazing location and is the best one in the short north, if not all of Columbus.
5 on August 23, 2011
My husband and I stayed here in September 2010. It was our first bed and breakfast experience (we're in our late 20's and early 30's respectively) and we loved it so much that we have talked extensively since this stay about one day opening our own B&B!!! The bed was extremely comfortable, everything was well kept and clean and the breakfast was absolutely delicious. We stayed three nights and honestly were a bit sad to leave. There are a ton of cute shops, great restaurants and a lively nightlife in very close proximity to the house. We will definitely stay here again if in the area and in need of a place to stay!!! Thank you so very much!!!
4.0 on August 23, 2011
Less than a block away from the Short North District, within walking distance of downtown. Wonderful restaurants and Jeni's ice cream shop nearby. Treline prepares a great breakfast, and can provide tips on where to go, what to do (such as Franklin Park Conservatory). We'll definitely be back next time we're in Columbus.
5 on June 16, 2011
My family and I rented for the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Ohio State graduation as our youngest daughter was graduating. We rented all 7 rooms. We had a wonderful experience. The rooms were comfortable. We had a reception in the dining area which has four large tables and is very spacious. At times when there were no activities different groups split off and did a myriad of things. Being right in the Short North was great! Trelene was a superb hostess and facilitated our goings on in any way she could. I would definitely recommend 50 Lincoln Short North and look forward to an excuse to stay there again.
Columbus, OH (CMH-Port Columbus Intl.)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, Ohio State University, Short North Arts District, Columbus College of Art and Design, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus Convention Center
Urban Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian