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 November 25, 2013
Everything was excellent.
4.2 on November 05, 2013
If you are looking for a different venuse for a special occasion this is it. On October 12th my husband and I were married at the Bailey House. Stan and Nancy did everything they could to support us on our special day. My family stayed there and then as friends from Canada and the local area joined us, the celebration was exactly what we wanted. Accommodation for my maid of honour and my family, fabulous breakfasts (I am told), changing furniture placement to allow our guests to join us in the library and living room, extra decorations in the form of garlands, use of the screened in porch for fruit and cheese trays while pictures were taken on the property for the wedding party, work with the local caterer to accommodate our 30 plus gueses and of course use of their beautiful home and gardens made the day wonderful. Like others I am so impressed by the hospitality that Nancy and Stan provided to us. I would recommend the inn most highly not only for the hospitality but also for the tremendous knowledge of local history and especially of Grant and his importance in the local area.
5 on October 23, 2013
From the moment my husband and I walked through the backdoor into the kitchen, we felt at home. Nancy and her pomeranian puppy instantly made us feel welcome. She gave us the grand tour of this historical home with all the fascinating details. We were introduced to her husband Stan who we later joined in the family room for the OSU game. Our room was lovely and so refreshing with its antiques and high ceiling. Everything about our stay was perfect! We took both tours of the Grant boyhood home and his schoolhouse. We loved the details and wealth of knowledge our guide provided. The animatron of Ulysses as a boy was awesome! Technology in action! The breakfast was delicious, and having time to talk and share made us feel like we were in the home of old friends. Nancy and Stan are so involved in their community and bringing history to life through many planned events. We will definitely be returning in the Spring when their next Civil War expert comes to Georgetown. Many thanks to Nancy, Stan, and their lovely pets for making our weekend memorable and fun! Debbie and Rick
5 on September 17, 2013
We spent 2 comfortable nights recently at the lovely Bailey House. Stan and Nancy are great to be around and have a wealth of knowledge about Grant and the history of this area. They provided us with tasty breakfasts and tips of places to see and experience. We would definitely recommend their hospitality and would return again. Thanks for everything! Bruce & Helen
5 on September 05, 2013
I love the Bailey House so much. Wonderful place to be at and has tons of history. Mrs Nancy is a wonderful lady/hostess.
Dayton, KY, Lexington, OH, Small town, Village
Cincinnati, OH (CVG-Cincinnati N. Ky.) 45 miles
Take 275 east, then exit on Route 125 to Georgetown, 60 minutes.
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, Brown County fair (September), U.S. Grant schoolhouse, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, U.S. Graant Boyhood home tours, 1850 County Court house, 1780 log cabin, Wildlife artist John Ruthven , 15 Acre historic district, Antique shopping, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis racket rental
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Internet Service, Library, Piano, VCR, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Fireplace, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Afternoon herbal tea, tea served in rooms, pre-breakfast coffee
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.