OCTOBER 2019

10/13/19

Welcome to The Gambier House.  At 27 years, we are Gambier’s longest continuously operating bed and breakfast.   We hope you’ll like us on Facebook: gambierhousebandb. 

Kenyon’s Family Weekend is upon us, sorry no vacancies; but we do have weeknight rooms available throughout the month AND there is some space the weekend of 10/25. 

Plan a stayover visit to attend “The Art of Trees” Series on, 10/17 and 12/12; Jazz Ensemble on 11/1 and Knox County Symphony on 11/2; the classical guitar performance by Prof. Adam Keeler on 10/25 or the Knox County Symphony on 11/2 and of course the Kenyon Review Literary Festival keynote address on 11/8 by T.C. Boyle.  Please check Kenyon.edu for more specifics and visit gambierhouse.com for room availability for these and other wonderful events.

And don’t forget the usual area attractions: the Brown Family Environmental Center, the Kokosing Gap Trail, the Kokosing River (we can guide you toward canoe and kayak rentals), the Kokosing Nature Preserve and Amish Country (we’re just a hop/skip/jump away).

Roam the shelves at the Kenyon Bookstore and get a bite at The Kenyon Inn, the Village Inn, the Gambier Deli or Chilitos (yes! it is open!).  Wiggin St. Coffee is a great place to continue the wake-up after a gourmet breakfast with us. 

Without the 300 year old pine tree (you can pay homage at its stump) the view from the front porch is unobstructed and the rockers that much more inviting.  We hope to see you soon!

E.J. Heer, Innkeeper