The Inn

Built in 1869 as a colonial church, the Inn welcomed parishioners until the 1960's. Today, guests are greeted by its expansive, 18' ceiling, tall, arched windows, open banister staircase and elevated library loft. Completely renovated in 2008, the rooms exhibit a blend of rich, historic colors and fabrics, with a contemporary twist. It combines marble topped, antique furniture with colorful stripes and hand glazed walls. These spaces are separate from the innkeepers, so guests feel as though it is their private domain.

With almost 2000 square feet of guest area, there is plenty of room to stretch out after a tough day. One can find a cozy nook to curl up with a book, lounge in a generous bedroom or sitting room, take refreshments in the dining room, or snuggle up to a winter fire in the living room.

On chilly evenings, a warm fire compliments a good book and soft strains of Vivaldi. Other guests have taken their leisure hobby to the garden bench to enjoy. Wherever and whatever the interest, you'll find Old Church House Inn is the getaway you've been seeking!

Library Loft
Original church sanctuary now welcomes guests

Special Features

The elevated library loft contains volumes of fiction and non-fiction reading material. From gardening to Goodyear and cooking to classics, readers will soon be lost in their own world.

Assorted games to challenge the mind and agility

Menus from many local dining establishments

Seasonal decor, including holiday trappings and colorful flower gardens

Antique furnishings, including an altar and pulpit!


Stained Glass Window
Morning sun streams through historic stained glass window


“The home is so beautiful and I love the attention to every detail from
the snacks to the weather report—you just can’t get such special treatment at a hotel.”