Six Acres Bed and Breakfast is located on six lovely acres in College Hill, just fifteen minutes from Downtown Cincinnati. This bed and breakfast has beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a serene and peaceful stay. Well appointed bedrooms and common areas are able to host guests for overnight stays and are also available for weddings, conferences, and corporate retreats, workshops and private parties. We also host educational seminars, quilting and cooking classes. Call 513-541-0873 for reservations and details on how Six Acres Bed & Breakfast can host your next event! A 6500 square foot mansion at the foot of College Hill has been transformed into Six Acres Bed & Breakfast. Built between 1850 and 1860 this beautiful home has a unique connection to the Underground Railroad. Having been owned and built by Zebulon Strong, noted abolitionist and participant in the Underground Railroad, this home honors the spirit of that tradition offering food and shelter to weary travelers. Located on six lovely acres, this bed and breakfast has beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a serene and peaceful stay. Our well appointed bedrooms and common areas are able to host our guests not only for overnight stays but are also available for weddings, conferences, corporate retreats, workshops, and private parties. We also host educational seminars and cooking classes. Our location is easily accessible to downtown venues such as sporting events, cultural fests, and The
5 on September 04, 2017
Attended a wedding in Cincinnati and wanted to spend the night. Six Acres was very close to the Pine Croft Mansion (where the wedding took place). The magnificent house was warm and inviting and Chelli was there to greet us with a warm welcome and an even warmer smile! Beautifully appointed rooms with complimentary water bottles (nice touch) and large, comfy beds. Very clean and tidy. Breakfast was delicious and Chelli accommodated our vegetarian and vegan diets without missing a beat! I can't recommend this beautiful, historic home enough.
5 on October 15, 2016
We arrived early, but Miss Shelley and the staff were very courteous and let us check-in early. They made our stay perfect.
4.0 on September 17, 2016
We very much enjoyed our time at Six Acers. We were greeted with friendliness and warmth. Comfortable accomidations and good food.
4.6 on August 31, 2016
Stayed here for a wedding last weekend. From the moment I arrived , to my departure, I felt as if I was in a different time period. Everything was serene, peaceful, and very clean. The breakfast was very flavorful. I really enjoyed the conversations with the innkeeper concerning the house's rich cultural history with the......... I will let you ask her about that! I really did not want to leave and am already thinking of how to make my way back for another overnight stay. Thank you so very much for this very hospitable stay. ~ Michael
5 on July 24, 2016
I was greeted by Kristen upon my arrival and felt I was leaving friends upon my departure. My friend and I stayed Monday through Friday. I would have to say my favorite thing about my vacation, other than spending time with my friend, was getting to know Kristen and her sister Chelli. What a beautifully unique inn rich with history. Our room was quiet, clean, and comfortable. If I ever find myself headed to Cincinnati again, I will definitely be calling Kristen or Chelli to make arrangements!
5 on July 23, 2016
My friend and I stayed Monday through Friday in this lovely home. Kris, the owner, was here to welcome me upon my arrival, and give a warm goodbye upon my departure. I couldn't have asked for anything more. The hospitality was unbeatable. I felt like I was staying in a best friend's home. Very comfortable accommodations. Shelly, Kris' sister, was so nice. When Kris wasn't around, Shelly took care of everything. Each morning we had a tasty breakfast and wonderful conversation. The house was quiet, cool in the 90 degree heat, and clean. Don't miss out on this one of a kind experience. You can't go wrong staying here.
4.8 on May 13, 2016
We had a fantastic stay, but the real gem is Kristen, the innkeeper. The location is beautiful and is a quiet retreat while still being in bustling Cincinnati. I'll be going back:)
4.8 on January 17, 2016
Recommendation was made and initially I was skeptical due to the fact I had never experienced the B&B. Oh my goodness it was amazing. Upon initial hellos I knew my stay was going to be wonderful. I had the honor of staying in Grandma Dixon's room. The breakfast meal was delicious but what I enjoyed the most was the conversation and learning about the history of the house and the family ancestry of its owner. I would definitely come back time and time again and recommend to anyone visiting the Cincinnati area to stop by and stay a while. You will enjoy.
4.2 on December 29, 2015
This gem is quietly situated just off a major thoroughfare, convenient to downtown Cincinnati and several interstate highways, and is a bargain for the greater Cincinnati area.
4.4 on December 19, 2015
Inviting rooms & amenities; convenient location to downtown Cincinnati and several interstate highways; just off a major thoroughfare with very little traffic noise and no traffic visibility; beautiful setting; very affordable
Historical interests, Nature area, The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Parking, Walk to mass transit, Wi-Fi , Massage Services Available, hardwood floors
Cooking classes, Quilting classes, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten free options always available!