Welcome to The Gambier House.  We’re still here, disinfected and eager to have visitors explore the natural beauty of the Kokosing Valley and enjoy some darn fine breakfasts! 

The fireplace has been christened for the new year and we did have a fabulous white Christmas, which, in true Central Ohio spirit, is gone now replaced by rain and grey skies.  Despite our variable weather, it is still possible to enjoy the attractions of the area: you can walk/cycle/run the Kokosing Gap Trail, enjoy the Kokosing River, visit the Kokosing Nature Preserve and explore Amish Country (we’re just a pretty drive away). 

Tinker, the English Setter and Breakfast Supervisor, and I had a quiet holiday with a delightful visit from some long time guests for the New Year.  The dog is eager to get back into his job this year and hopes everything opens up sooner.  There are still rooms available for Kenyon’s spring semester move in and also (?) for thoughtful visits during the semester.  The College and the students were extraordinary last semester.

We do ask guests to follow state mandated virus etiquette: keep that personal space at 6 feet, make use of the available hand sanitizers and wear masks in the public rooms to help insure the safety of other guests and our wonderful staff.  We are disinfecting after every stay but be aware that rooms may turn over with less than 24 hours between guests.

At 29 years, we are Gambier’s longest continuously operating bed and breakfast.  Visit our Facebook page: gambierhousebandb.  The porch rockers await.  We hope to see you soon!

E.J. Heer, Innkeeper