The Bailey House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a Greek Revival brick home built in 1830. The three story house features four large pillars in front and a large central hall with winding staircase. The spacious rooms have Federal-style mantels, woodwork and original ash flooring. The Bailey House offers small town friendliness,in an historic area, and a full breakfast to start the day. Museums, art gallery, antique shops, and gardens all within comfortable walking distance. Private tours of Ulysses S. Grant's Boyhood Home available. Hiking and bike trails nearby. In 2007 the stone wall in front of the house was repaired and many artifacts were found that are now on display. The wall was probably built with stone U.S. Grant and his father hauled to the site.
5 on March 08, 2015
My husband and I had a lovely visit to this historic home. We greatly enjoyed our stay and left feeling like Stan and Nancy were close friends. Would happily stay here again if given the opportunity. Great breakfast and tour provided by Nancy.
4.8 on February 15, 2015
We stayed here after a Valentines Day Dinner at the Miranda-Nixon Winery. It is located in a very quiet neighborhood in a small historic town. The house is furnished with period furnishings, which adds to the appeal. The owners were very personable. We felt very comfortable and right at home there. We would definitely stay here again. The breakfast was delicious.
5 on January 29, 2015
My husband and I love staying at the Bailey House. This was our 3rd visit in two years. We always feel at home. The accommodations are so comfortable and the breakfast is outstanding.
5 on September 22, 2014
The history of the home given to us by Nancy (the owner) was an extra bonus! We are taking family back with us in October.
5 on July 10, 2014
The historic nature of the house and its furnishings were brought to life by our knowledgeable and personable host. The proximity of the B&B to the historic town square & the Grant homestead was another plus.
4.0 on June 30, 2014
My family lived in Georgetown, OH when I was a child. Staying at the Bailey House brought back so many memories. We called the owner before arriving and they said to just walk in, the door would be unlocked. Very friendly atmosphere and breakfast was great. I would stay again
5 on June 03, 2014
This home is the pride of the Purdy. Perfectly situated for "all things Grant" tour. House is comfortable and beautiful. Bed quite comfortable. Amenities were perfect. Enjoyed our 2 night stay.
4.0 on February 24, 2014
Small country town but lots of historic things to do
5 on February 17, 2014
We mailed a card in; but our 5 out of 5 review didn't show up! We got two adjoining rooms. Very comfortable. The breakfasts were great. The first day's breakfast included nice fresh fruit. I couldn't eat mine as I'm alergic to bananas. The next day - no bananas!!! The Purdy's were awsome hosts. We felt right at home and will be back. Lisa, Chuck and Robert
4.8 on December 20, 2013
We stayed 5 days to visit family in the area and it was a great experience. Definitely exceeded my expectations.
Dayton, OH, Lexington, KY, Small town, Village
Cincinnati, OH (CVG-Cincinnati N. Ky.) 45 miles
From the Intersection of State Rt. 32 and US Rt. 68, go South on US 68, 12 miles, to Georgetown, OH. Turn right at the first business district exit onto Mt. Orab Pike. At second traffic light turn left. Go two blocks east to Water Street and turn right. Bailey House is in the second block on the left.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Historical interests, Nature area, Gerogetown historic district, Late 1700's log cabin, 1850 county court house, U.S. Grant boyhood home, U.S. Grant schoolhouse, Brown County fair (September), Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Internet Service, Library, Piano, VCR, Washer/dryer , Afternoon herbal tea, pre-breakfast coffee, tea served in rooms
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Fireplace, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, U.S. Graant Boyhood home tours, 15 Acre historic district, 1780 log cabin, Wildlife artist John Ruthven , 1850 County Court house, Antique shopping, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis racket rental
Nancy is a retired teacher. Her hobbies are herbs and making herbal wreaths, decorations and herbal bath products. She has great interest in and knowledge of the US Grant boyhood home and gives tours.Husband, Stan is Ohio State football enthusiast & US Grant authority.