The Bailey House is in a quiet neighborhood just a stones throw from the Ulysses S. Grant Boyhood Home and a short stroll from downtown. It is a convenient jumping off point for excursions to Cincinnati area attractions. The proprietors, Nancy and Stan, make you feel like you just came home for a visit with family. They are friendly and helpful and of course very knowledgeable regarding local history and attractions. The room was clean, well kept and furnished with antiques. The grounds were well kept and inviting. Breakfasts were wonderful home cooked fare. For history enthusiasts like me, the Purdy's keep a stocked library with a special focus on Georgetown's Native Son U.S. Grant. Come for the history and hospitality it's well worth the trip!
This place was amazing. If you want to go somewhere to learn so much about the history of this area, this is the place to go. The owner was absolutely a doll and full of information about her house and the area surrounding it. Every item in the house was a conversation piece and a story about her family. You could see how excited she was to tell every story about each item. It is located on a quiet, beautiful and peaceful street, A must see is Grant's home, right across the street. Full of history with a great informative tour. Beautiful - will go again!
We had a wonder three night stay at the Bailey House. The house is charming and Nancy and Stan are gracious hosts. Breakfast was homemade and they even opened their kitchen for us to make dinner.
My husband and I have specific dietary needs and Nancy takes good care to accommodate them. She and Stan made us feel like family and the Bailey House is a fantastic piece of history to enjoy!
The Bailey House is an experience. Nancy Purdy brings the local history alive in her home and in the local area. Not only is breakfast delicious but she'll serve a BLT if that's your request. I've stayed there many times and all I can say is, my family should be so gracious and friendly and hospitable and clean. Don't forget to ask about the Grant home and schoolhouse!
Staying at Bailey House combines comfort in a Historical setting and you cannot ask for a more friendly atmosphere than that provided by Nancy. We have returned to Georgetown numerous times and always stay with Nancy.
On the east coast it is not unusual to find homes that date to colonial times but finding one in Ohio was great. Nancy and Stan are wonderful hosts, knowledgeable about the area & Ulysses Grant, and serve a great breakfast.
The Bailey House B&B is a charming & historical place to stay. Our hostess, Nancy, was wonderful. We enjoyed hearing about the history of her family, who has owned it since 1876. We also enjoyed the history of US Grant :-)
My wife and I have known Nancy and Stan for nearly a decade now and we are always amazed by their friendliness, hospitality and willingness to make our stay a pleasant one. The rooms are spacious and furnished with interesting period pieces and the homemade breakfast in the formal dining room is nothing short of wonderful. In short, the rooms, service, value, cleanliness and dining were first rate!! Outstanding all around!!
We spent four nights at the Bailey House when attending a family reunion nearby. Our time there was perfect in every way--clean and spacious rooms, our own bath, a beautiful home in a lovely setting, excellent breakfasts, and an exceptionally gracious and knowledgeable hostess. Thank you, Nancy!
We had a very pleasant 1 night stay at the Bailey House. Great accommodations and breakfast was delicious! The hosts took their time in sharing the history of Pres. Grant, family and friends. they also toured us through Grant's childhood home and school. Wonderful visit, relaxing, we were made to feel very welcome! We highly recommend! Thank you, S. Cole
I stayed for three nights while on a business trip. Nancy is a wonderful host and makes you feel instantly like a family member. The home is neat, clean, and full of interesting family antiques. The bed was very comfortable and I slept well. I highly recommend this b&b!
My husband and I had a lovely visit to this historic home. We greatly enjoyed our stay and left feeling like Stan and Nancy were close friends. Would happily stay here again if given the opportunity. Great breakfast and tour provided by Nancy.
We stayed here after a Valentines Day Dinner at the Miranda-Nixon Winery. It is located in a very quiet neighborhood in a small historic town. The house is furnished with period furnishings, which adds to the appeal. The owners were very personable. We felt very comfortable and right at home there. We would definitely stay here again. The breakfast was delicious.