Beautiful Seasons of The Housley House B&B
This season of Don's and my life is just as beautiful as this gorgeous spot of warmth and colors that we named The Housley House! All you have to do is open your eyes and let them fall upon God's beauty as the painting unfolds of bright orange, warm reds and golden yellows, everywhere you look! Even though the B&B is full of all that warmth and those colors inside, year-around - you just can't stay inside too long! Theres just too much to do and to see and before long those colors will be gone and replaced by the sparkling diamond crystals of the snow and ice that etches the views. Come stay with us at the Housley House B&B and feel the warmth while you are walking the many paths, enjoying the scenic Maumee or swinging on our beautiful porch! And taste each bite of heaven as your pallets taste my homemade apple dumplings, cinnamon rolls and lots more baked goods! October, November, December and January bring Murder Mysteries now, pie parties and much more! Call for more information! This is just one review about our B&B for you to enjoy! "My husband took me on our annual "anniversary" B&B trip, which we started at our 10th anniversary because I NEEDED time away from my darling children. We have done this four years in a row, and this was definitely the best trip by far! The room was amazing ANd affordable (off-season rates probably helped that). We stayed in the spacious Dillin suite, which I highly recommend. It has beautiful, floor-to-ceiling bay windows that overlook the river, with a large bathroom that included a lovely whirlpool tub (delightfully roomy for one, a bit cozy for two, but cozy is what you're looking for on an anniversary trip, anyway! The decorations of this 1880-ish home really added to the experience, and the garden sounds like it's divine (in January, it just looked snowy!). The breakfast was sumptous, but in the end, it was good that we had so much food, because we spent TWO HOURS lingering over it as we all enjoyed the company of our vastly entertaining hosts. Whether they're telling the story of how they met, the incredible circumstances of their lives before that time, or the amazing tale of how they came to own the home, they were by far the most enjoyable part of the trip. At times I was vastly amused, other times humbly moved, but always enthralled. I can't wait to return, both to enjoy the front porch (which looks like it would be heaven in warmer weather) AND to hear more of the hosts' wonderfully entertaining stories."