Grapevine House Inn

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The 1834 bed and breakfast inn is located in the pleasant township of Winesburg, which is often confused with a novel of the same name by Sherwood Anderson. The old building is one of the earliest in the borough, and is rumoured to be haunted by a young girl in period clothing. Witnesses say she is friendly, and appears to be searching for her mother.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

2140 Main Street
Winesburg, OH
United States

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40.615874, -81.69573000000003
Holmes County, Ohio
Nearest Towns:
Winesburg, OH (0.1 mi.)
Wilmot, OH (4.3 mi.)
Dundee, OH (5.0 mi.)
Walnut Creek, OH (5.3 mi.)
Mount Eaton, OH (5.4 mi.)
Berlin, OH (6.4 mi.)
Beach City, OH (6.5 mi.)
Brewster, OH (8.1 mi.)
Sugarcreek, OH (8.3 mi.)
Strasburg, OH (9.0 mi.)


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