Rooms + Suites

 
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COME STAY WITH US

Our unconventional layout makes us unique. The Main House and four other historical homes make up the 26 guest rooms at the Inn. All with amenities that you would expect at an upscale inn allowing our guests to immerse themselves in the history at the Buxton Inn.

 


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Rooms

 

MAIN HOUSE ROOMS + SUITES

The Main House includes rooms 7, 8, 9 & 10 which are The Inn’s original guest rooms. These guest rooms & suites can accommodate 1 to 4 guests & overlook the main courtyard.

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Main House

 

room   7

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Main House

 

Room   9

Main House

 

ROOM   8

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MAIN HOUSE

 

room  10

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FOUNDERS HALL

Built in 1840, Founders Hall was a boarding house for the Granville Female College. Currently, it is home to 6 of our guestrooms. These guestrooms & suite accommodates 1 to 4 guests, some offering garden views & balconies.

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Founders Hall

 

Rose ROOM

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Founders Hall

 

Thrall ROOM

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Founders Hall

 

Munson ROOM

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Founders Hall

 

Case Room

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Founders HaLl

 

Granger ROOM

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Founders Hall

 

Everett Room

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Founders HALL

 

WARNER HOUSE

Opening in 1815, this brick building was known as “David Messinger’s Tavern” – Granville’s premier tavern and guesthouse. Now named the “Warner House”, after Willard Warner, the Civil War veteran and Senator who lived here. This historic home offers 5 guestrooms & suites accommodating 1 to 4 guests. Some offering balconies fountain views.

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Warner housE

 

 

Room 1

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Warner House

 

Room  3

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Warner House

 

 

ROOM   2

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Warner House

 

gold suite

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WArner House

 

raspberry suite

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Warner House

 

 

PEARL STREET HOUSE

Pearl Street House was built in 1880 and for a period of time served as both guestrooms for The Buxton Inn and a boarding house for the Granville Female College. In the 1970’s it was turned back to guestrooms. These guestrooms & suites can accommodate 1 to 4 guests, some offering garden views & balconies.

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Pearl House

 

room  1

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Pearl House

 

room   3

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PEARL HOUSE

room  2

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Pearl House

 

room  4

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Pearl House

 

room  5

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Pearl House

 

room  6

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Pearl House

 

TY FY MAM HOUSE

Ty Fy Mam was built by a local villager of Welsh descent for his aged mother – the name translates, “The Home of My Mother”. Built in 1900, the Welshman ordered the home from the Sears catalog, and the company shipped it in parts for him to construct. These guestrooms and suites can accommodate 1 to 4 guests. 

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ty fy house

 

room   1

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ty fy house

 

room   2

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ty fy house

 

room  3

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Ty Fy House

 

room   4

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ty fy house

 

room  5

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Ty fy house

 

 
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Amenities included as part of your stay:

Private baths
Continental breakfast
Coffee maker and mini-fridge
Archive Essentials bath products
WiFi