The Garrett Guest House
Steubenville OH 43952
Rooms G1 - G5
G1 has a private bath with Jacuzzi,
G4 - G5 Share two bathrooms.
Located 2 doors south of the Westfall House the Garrett House is refined and comfortable more formal Victorian interior. This home has 5 individually decorated guest rooms. There is also a TV Parlor, Dining Room, front porch and gardens for socializing. Our most popular room is Francesca's Jacuzzi Suite with working gas fireplace and large private attached bath with Jacuzzi for two. Each guest room accommodates up to 2 people. Guest rooms G2, G3, G4 and G5 share two bathrooms one on the first floor and one on the second floor. If you want a room with a private bath other than the Jacuzzi Room in this house, check the Westfall House all of those rooms have a private attached bath. If you are traveling with children we suggest our Family Suite of rooms which is rooms G2 - G5 please call to reserve. Your reservation includes breakfast as well as coffee and tea any time. All amenities are noted below. Whole house reservations also available please call to reserve the entire house.
Floor Plans, History and Seasonal Photos:
Click color spots in rooms and yard for photos, and the back button to return to the floor plan.
First Floor Second Floor Guest Rooms G1 - G5
The rear portion of this home was built prior to 1871 which was uncovered during restoration. The joist and stud construction was all notch and peg without the use of nails and the original home include the kitchen room, room above it and the brick foundation basement below, as well as the large chimney and cooking fireplaces. The Italianate brick with stone foundation home to the front has had a colorful past. Owned by H. G. Garrett in 1871, Garrett owned the Union Savings Institution building where the first telegraph office was located. From 1900 – 1920s the house was home to Frank A. Hare, a local plumber and his son. The home was then used as a meeting place for the Church of Christ Scientists until 1936, change hands several times until becoming an apartment building in the 1970s. Left to deteriorate and the interior in ruins the house has now been completely restored to it's original splendor for you to enjoy.
Amenities & Features:
No Smoking - smoking is allowed outside on the back porch only and a container is provided to dispose of your cigarettes. Smoking and candles are not allowed in the house or on the front porch.
The Four Seasons at Garrett House