German Village Guest House

German Village Guest House

Columbus, Ohio - 748 Jaeger Street
$165 per night
$165 per night

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Description - Bed and breakfast

German Village Guest House is a cool alternative to downtown Columbus hotels. Located just south of downtown and 15 minutes from Port Columbus airport (CMH) we offer a sophisticated urban experience in an acclaimed historic neighborhood. Our spacious, stylish, and extraordinarily clean hotel rooms in the Guest House, and exclusive private apartments at Whittier Suites are located in the heart of 'one of the most atmospheric old city neighborhoods in North America.' The German Village Guest House is a AAA Three-Diamond Hotel and was recently voted "Best Columbus Hotel 2010" by Citysearch. Enjoy a metro lifestyle and a charming walk to the best parks, dining, shops, galleries and pubs in the Midwest.

The space
  • Property type: Bed and breakfast
  • Guest rooms/units: 5
  • Year built: 1890
  • Renovated: 2005
  • Public classification: 5
Bed and breakfast accommodations

Lowest price available: $165

Queen King Suite
  • Check-in: 4:00pm
  • Check-out: noon

Bed and breakfast amenities

German Village Guest House and Whittier Suites both include:
Deluxe continental breakfast featuring fresh seasonal fruits, wholesome baked goods (including our acclaimed banana bread!), healthy cereals, yogurt, juices, granola
20-step white glove daily cleaning program
High-speed broadband wireless network
Local and long-distance telephone
Self-serve check-in/check-out -- 24/7 access -- Manager always on-call
Modern designer furniture and fixtures
Fresh, locally-roasted coffee and premium teas
Full kitchen, stocked with fruit, snacks and refreshments
Hair dryer
Cable TV and DVD player in each room
Super-premium mattresses, linens, towels and plush, terry spa robes
Daily Columbus Dispatch newspaper (Guest House only)
Concierge service -- we’ll help with any request: reservations, recommendations, directions

24-hr front desk Breakfast included Childcare or babysitting Children permitted Concierge Elevator/lift not available Express checkout Fitness equipment Gardens Gay friendly Historic site Icemaker Laundry/valet service Newspapers/magazines No curfew Parking (free) Smoking not permitted Taxi service WIFI (free)

Room amenities

The Guest House was renovated and converted to a hotel in 2005. Today it features an engaging mix of modern furniture, fixtures and historic architectural details. This motif carries out to a boxwood hedge garden where collections of roses and Japanese maples frame designer furniture, an outdoor fireplace and patio sitting areas. Guest House rooms include broadband wireless, a stocked kitchen, living/dining room, gas fireplace, DVD library, CD player and garden. Breakfast is served ‘buffet style’ between 7:15 and 11:15 a. m. to enjoy at your leisure. Check in: 4:00 pm, Check out: Noon.

Among the nicest hotel rooms in Columbus, the Whittier Suites are each 800 square foot private luxury apartments in a converted duplex featuring designer furniture, finishes and fixtures ~ this isn't just any bed and breakfast. The Whittier Suites are dog-friendly and just one block from Schiller Park, a few blocks to the Guest House, and only one minute drive to downtown Columbus. Breakfast is delivered before your arrival to be enjoyed in private and at your convenience. Check in: 4:00 pm, Check out: Noon.

A/C climate control Clock radio Coffee/tea maker Cribs available Ensuite Fax service Fireplace (gas) Fireplace (wood burning) Hairdryer Iron/ironing board Keyless entry Maid service daily Microwave Movie rental Non-smoking rooms Private bathroom Refrigerator Rollaway beds available Showers without bath Telephone Television Television (cable/satellite) Toiletries VCR/DVD WIFI Wake-up calls


German Village is one of the preeminent National Register Historic Districts in the country. 233-acres of paradise, surrounded by Columbus. Where the old meets the new in a revitalized community, proud of its past and planning to preserve it for generations to come. Brick streets, wrought-iron fences and not-entirely-German architecture create the area's distinctive look: buildings with Queen Anne and Italianate features, story-and-a-half brick cottages and Dutch Doubles. Yards are small, but German Village residents take great pride in their elaborate gardens and many are open to the public in the annual Haus und Garten Tour. German Village was recently recognized by the White House as a Preserve America community.

Points of interest
  • Museum of Art (2. 5k)
  • CMH Airport (15k)

Food and drink
Eating out
American Bistro
Tapas and Spanish influenced foods
G. Michael's
Low country cooking
Schmidt's Sausage Haus
German food
Thurman Cafe
Burger restaurant

Price details

$165 - 265 per night

Rates for double occupancy, incl parking, broadband wireless, breakfast, more

Taxes: 16.75%
Prices shown here are without tax. Tax will be added to your final payment.

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Booking and cancellation policy

Unless otherwise specified, booking payments are non-refundable.

In the event of a cancellation, please let us know by phone or email more than 48 hours prior to arrival date check-in (4:00 pm). We will give you a cancellation number and no charges will be made to your credit card. If however, cancellations occur less than 48 hours (4:00 pm ) prior to arrival date, you are responsible for the room nights that we are unable to resell.

Location - Bed and breakfast

748 Jaeger Street
Franklin County
Ohio  US  43206-2271

Bed and breakfast website

Latitude: 39.9477, Longitude: -82.98957

How to get there

Columbus is at the intersection of I-70 and I-71. The German Village neighborhood is six blocks south of the Ohio State Capitol via Third Street. Its rough boundaries are South High Street to the west, Blackberry Alley to the east, Livingston Avenue to the north and Nursery Lane to the south. We are less than 10 miles/15 minutes from the Columbus Airport (CMH) are about an hour and a half North of Cincinnati, two hours to Cleveland, two and a half hours to Wheeling and one hour to Dayton.