Colonel Taylor Inn Bed and Breakfast

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The people here say that Colonel Taylor and his lady still haunt this 1878 Victorian mansion. Guests have seen both of their apparitions on the stairway, and they may shake the beds from time to time. The ghosts are said to be friendly and angelic, watching over the guests.

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Geographic Information

Address:
633 Upland Rd
Cambridge, OH 43725
United States

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GPS:
40.03343773685094, -81.59165877056961
County:
Guernsey County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Cambridge, OH (0.2 mi.)
Byesville, OH (5.3 mi.)
Mantua, OH (5.5 mi.)
Old Washington, OH (7.8 mi.)
Lore City, OH (7.8 mi.)
New Concord, OH (8.0 mi.)
Kimbolton, OH (8.3 mi.)
Buffalo, OH (9.0 mi.)
Pleasant City, OH (9.3 mi.)
Senecaville, OH (9.7 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.coltaylorinnbb.com/

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