About The Atwood House

The Atwood House is a Greek Revival house built in 1843 by Jacob Atwood, a financier from Baltimore, MD. The front bricks of the home were brought by canal from the Atwood’s foundry in Baltimore, and the rest were made in a foundry constructed in the basement. Only three families have owned the house since it was built, and only two families for the first 150 years. It was bought and redecorated in the fall of 2002 and opened as a bed and breakfast in June of 2003. Only about an hour from Dayton, Columbus and Cincinnati, the house is located in historic downtown Chillicothe, making it perfect for weddings, receptions and parties.

  • Check-in: 4:00 – 6:00 P.M.; Check-out: 11:00 A.M.
  • Free high speed Wi-Fi available
  • Seated breakfast served each morning at 9:00 A.M.
  • Two person maximum per room

Explore our Historic Downtown

We are within walking distance to many fine dining and casual restaurants, shopping, museums, coffee shops, nightlife and more. Everything historic Downtown Chillicothe offers is just footsteps away.


Check In

Check In 4:00-6:00 pm

Check out

11:00 am


All rooms are non-smoking. Two-person maximum occupancy per room.

Guest Reviews

  • This was THE BEST B and B we have ever experienced.

    A Local Treasure
  • Atwood House is a gem among historic bed & breakfast inns.

    Is This Downton Abbey?
  • We had reservations at a Hampton Inn, but discovered the Atwood House, and for the same price, we enjoyed a luxurious king bed in the President's Room.

    Why on earth would you stay at a hotel? Atwood House stay was wonderful!!

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