Renovations! Renovations! Renovations!

Renovations! Renovations! Renovations!

A lot of headway has been made here at the Inn since we last blogged.  2 event spaces, 2 dining rooms, and 6 guest rooms have been renovated. 2 king guest suites have been added, 4 buildings have been painted, and a new chef and pastry chef have joined us. Our heads are spinning with all the great things happening here.  We look forward to seeing you here throughout the year to check out the wonderful improvements.

Founders Hall was one of our first guest houses to get a face lift. Inside and out.

Founders Hall was one of our first guest houses to get a face lift. Inside and out.

The Pearl Street House was the most recent guest house to be renovated.  Room #4, formerly Amethyst, is now a king suite.  With the soothing lavender walls, luxury bathroom and shared balcony it is sure to become a quick guest favorite.

The Pearl Street House was the most recent guest house to be renovated. Room #5, formerly Emerald, is now a king suite. With the soothing lavender walls, luxury bathroom and shared balcony it is sure to become a quick guest favorite.

Room #3, formerly Topaz, is a perfect choice for your next stay.  This first floor guest room overlooks the beautifully maintained gardens.

Room #3, formerly Topaz, is a perfect choice for your next stay. This first floor guest room overlooks the beautifully maintained gardens.

The Lincoln Room, named after President Abraham Lincoln a former guest of the Buxton Inn, has been renovated. Located on the second floor of the original structure built in 1812 this space is perfect for your next event.

The William Henry Harrison room, named after our former guest and president of the United Sates, has been renovated. Located on the second floor of the original structure built in 1812, this space is perfect for your next event.

Doesn't this look good! Aaron Armentrout joined the Inn November 2015. His talent and creativity has really made an impact.

Doesn’t this look good! Aaron Armentrout joined the Inn November 2015. His talent and creativity has really made an impact.

Our new pastry chef, Maggie Tisenchek, has been such a wonderful addition to the team. Her beautiful and homemade desserts are gaining quite the reputation around town.

Our new pastry chef, Maggie Tisenchek, has been such a wonderful addition to the team. Her beautiful and homemade desserts are gaining quite the reputation around town.

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  1. My wife Kim and I visited Granville yesterday. We have spent our anniversaries at the Buxton for many years. We were first greeted by Jennifer at the front desk, who updated us on the renovations. After lunch we met Bob, who gave the grand tour of the renovated Lincoln Room and the room we typically stay in. Simply outstanding. They are keeping the sense of history during these thoughtful renovations.

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