Experience one of Columbus’ unique lodging accommodations. The Harrison House Bed and Breakfast, in the Historic Victorian Village District, boasts Queen Anne architecture, original cut glass windows and oak floors. The totally restored Harrison House Bed & Breakfast was built in 1890 as a private residence by Amos Solomon, a local architect and banker.
Harrison House Bed & Breakfast is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn is located at 313 W 5th Avenue, in a Historic neighborhood where tree-lined streets and parks beckon guests to the outdoors. The Inn’s lodging accommodations have the charm of an era gone by, and all the comforts and conveniences of modern times. Each of our 4 guest rooms and suites has a private bath and are distinctly decorated in turn-of-the-century charm and period decor. Throughout the Inn, you will find an interesting mix of authentic antiques and eclectic furnishings. A full breakfast is served each morning. We always have fresh fruit, juice and coffee and a special entrée. Homemade granola and freshly baked pastries are an added plus to breakfast. No guest leaves the table hungry!
Harrison House Bed & Breakfast is located ½ mile south of The Ohio State University, ½ mile west of The Short North Arts District, 2 miles north of Downtown Columbus and 15 minutes from Port Columbus International Airport.
We invite you to experience the comforts of Harrison House Bed & Breakfast, your “home away from home” during your visit to Columbus.