Located in historic downtown Wooster, Ohio, the Market Street Inn is an elegant 1897 Victorian mansion. The three-story home with its welcoming front porch and majestic red turret, features stunning original woodwork, parquet floors, spectacular period stained-glass windows, and restored embossed ceilings. The Inn has six guest rooms all with private baths, and two with antique claw foot tubs. The Inn is walking distance from The College of Wooster, The Ohio Light Opera theatre, and Wooster’s exceptional downtown restaurants and boutiques. America’s largest Amish community is only a twenty-five minute country drive south of the Inn. Food takes center stage at the Market Street Inn, where a full service breakfast including the house specialty scones, and gourmet starters and entrees are prepared using the bounty of local produce and the Inn’s own vegetable and herb garden.
5 on August 23, 2014
Wonderful hosts. Perfect location. Charming accommodations. Delicious breakfast. It's right on the edge of downtown, so you can walk everywhere, yet retreat for a peaceful night's rest. Wooster is a happening place and the Market Street Inn is the perfect place to stay.
4.6 on September 12, 2013
My husband and I decided to get away for a few days celebrating our anniversary in April. We were actually only going to spend one night but we loved the place so much we ended up staying two. The hosts, Allan and Jayne, were extremely warm and friendly. The house, with all its Victorian charm, was beautiful, spacious and comfortable. We loved our room with the little balcony where we sat and enjoyed a glass of wine. The breakfasts were outstanding - Jayne makes the best scones around. I would highly recommend this B&B and we plan to return.
4.8 on August 23, 2010
Allan and Jayne have done a fantastic job with this bed and breakfast. We absolutely love the house and all of it's character and to have 2 wonderful hosts as well just adds to it's beauty. Hospitality and breakfast were fabulous, we will definately be back!
At the front of the house overlooking Market Street is the quaint Gilmour Room. With its warm mahogany mantle and marble-tiled fireplace, the Gilmour’s details recall the Inn’s opulent past. This room features a lovely oak and cherry queen sleigh bed. A flat screen TV with cable sits atop the matching dresser. A window air conditioning unit cools the room in warmer months. The past and present meet in your private bathroom located down the hall, with its Victorian era pull-chain water closet and modern-day heated tile floor and rain-shower.
The Foss Suite is our newest room which opened in September 2015. The mid-century and updated Foss Suite is a private first floor sanctuary with 2 rooms, an office nook and bathroom. The large 260 square foot master bedroom awash with natural light features a kingsized iron bed, and comfortable chairs to relax and read your favorite book or watch the 32" flat screen TV. The suite's separate entrance leads to a cozy sitting room with flat screen TV and a daybed with trundle to accommodate additional guests The suite can accommodate up to 4 guests. There is an additional charge of $20.00 for each additional guest over 2.
The Lewis offers a queen-sized iron bed with sumptuous linens. An antique oak dresser and dry sink showcase the room’s appreciation of bygone days, while a small falt screen TV with cable is a reminder of the updated conveniences available at the Inn. A window air conditioner keeps the room cool and comfortable in warmer months. This lovely room boasts vintage architectural details, including delicate picture frame molding and blond pine flooring. Also featured is a soothing Victorian style ensuite bath with claw foot tub/shower. An twin bed may be added to this room for an additional charge.
Past the stained-glass windows and at the top of the grand staircase is our most spacious room, the Bexley. Beautiful bay windows bathe the hand-detailed hardwood floors with natural light. A peaceful slumber is ensured on the queen-sized burled oak sleigh bed tucked with luxurious bedding. The oversized attached bathroom with tile floors, claw-foot soaking tub/shower, and impressive marble sink add to the Bexley’s elegance. A flat screen TV with cable sits atop an antique burled oak dresser, and a window air conditioner keeps the room cool and comfortable in warmer months. A twin bed may be added to this room for an additional charge.
Nestled in a corner of the Inn is the cozy Lydian Room. The Lydian’s queen-sized iron bed is draped with a lovely patchwork quilt and pillow shams. The Lydian is comfortable, quiet, and cozily carpeted. Its well-equipped attached private bathroom features an Italian-tiled floor and rain shower. A small flat screen TV with cable sits atop an antique oak dresser. A window air conditioner keeps the room cool and comfortable in warmer months.
The Lincoln is perfect for a quiet read or intimate conversation from its private balcony overlooking Market Street, or its quaint sitting area carved from the Inn’s grand turret. The tastefully appointed period furnishings, featuring a hand-carved queen bed and marble-top dresser are joined with a pair of comfy purple velvet reading chairs that enhance the room’s unique style, blending the past with the present. A flat screen TV with cable sits below an antique oak framed mirror, and a portable remote-controlled air conditioning unit cools the room in warmer months. The nicely appointed private bathroom with a heated floor, Italian tile, and rain shower, is just steps down the hall. A twin bed may be added to this room for an additional charge.
College of Wooster, Amish Country, Downtown, Small town
Cleveland, OH (CLE-Hopkins Intl.) 55 miles
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Live Music, Movie Theater, Nature area, College of Wooster, Ohio State University - ATI, Amish Country, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Library, Parking, Piano
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Mary Joy and Tom Lynch
Welcome to The Market Street Inn. We would like to introduce ourselves to you. My name is Mary Joy and my husband Tom and we are very excited to be the new caretakers of the Market Street Inn of Wooster. We are excited to open out home to you and make your stay with us enjoyable, and memorable enough that you return. Come as strangers and leave as friends. We look forward to meeting each and every one of you. Until then.....
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Fresh Baked Scones.
Enjoy the Inn’s fresh baked scone of the day. Featured scones include: smoked cheddar; blueberry; raspberry white chocolate; and chocolate chip.