Hyde House Bed & Breakfast
Historic Italian Influence Hyde House Bed & Breakfast
The beautiful Victorian Historic Hyde House Bed & Breakfast is the perfect romantic getaway for any couple visiting the beautiful Hocking Hills State Parks and nearby attractions. Located in the heart of Nelsonville, guests are 1 block away from the charming Historic Square, HockHocking Adena Bikeway, Hocking Valley Scenic Railway, Rhapsody Restaurant, Stuart’s Opera House and numerous other quaint restaurants and storefronts. Guests are just a short drive to Hocking College, Hocking Hills State Parks, Lake Hope State Park, and Ohio University. Stay at our beautiful National Register Victorian House to explore, experience, and enjoy all nearby attractions in Athens, Logan, and Nelsonville, Ohio.
Upon arrival to the Hyde House Bed & Breakfast, guests are welcomed to a decadent red Victorian home with a large wrap around porch that offers a great space for relaxing and unwinding. The estate comes with a lovely dining area where homemade breakfast is served each morning, a sitting room, and a parlor room. There is an elegant spiral staircase that is in the heart of the home. Wake up to the delicious smell of a home cooked breakfast. Spend the day exploring and experiencing all Hocking Hills and Wayne National Forest. Head to our favorite local restaurant, Rhapsody Restaurant, to wine and dine. Come back to enjoy a relaxing night where you can unwind and soothe tired muscles in the warm Jacuzzi or spend the night soaking in the claw-foot bathtub. Experience the charm of a boutique like Bed & Breakfast when you stay here for your Hocking Hills visit. No matter the reason for your getaway, at the Hyde House Bed & Breakfast you will feel like you are home away from home.
During the winter holidays, the Hyde House is decorated extravagantly with 5 foot tall nutcrackers, a beautiful custom built wooden sleigh for Santa & Christmas presents, and Christmas decor all throughout the inside of the home. The Hyde House Bed & Breakfast has been showcased during “Nelsonville’s Tour of Homes.”
The Hyde House (previously known as the Mead House) was built in 1882 by Dr. I.P. Primrose. It eventually became the home to Dr. Jerry Morris Hyde and Sarah Primrose. The two doctors were friends, neighbors, and partners in several Nelsonville real estate ventures. The Hyde House was in their family for almost 90 years. The Hyde House is on the National Historic Registry of Homes. This home is filled with history and we hope we can share that history with you!
Hyde House Bed & Breakfast is located 1 block away from the Historic Nelsonville Square
Located in downtown Nelsonville, our guests can enjoy the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway, Rhapsody Restaurant, Stuart’s Opera House, and many other quaint restaurants and shops!
About the Rooms
In the Hyde House, the Lilac Suite is located on the main floor and can comfortably sleep 4 guests in its King-sized and Full-sized beds. The Dogwood Room, Holly Tree Room, Rose Garden Room, and Tulip Tree Room are all located on the second floor. Each room comes with an ensuite bathroom. There is a half bath located off the sitting room.
- Air Conditioning
- No Smoking
- Children Welcome
- TV in room
- Hot Tub
- Washer & Dryer
- Electric Fireplace
- Coffee Maker
- Dishes & Utensils
Monday – Friday we serve breakfast at our Hunger Hiker Cafe & Deli located at Adventure Pro Outdoors. We are doing this to help prevent food waste. Each guest will receive a $10 voucher to use towards the menu (breakfast, lunch or dinner)! Check out the menu here. On Sat and Sun, we serve breakfast at the Bed & Breakfast from 8 AM – 9 AM.
- Outdoor Furniture
End your night relaxing in the warm Jacuzzi. The hot tub is located by the parking lot in a fenced in area. Great star gazing opportunities!
- Hocking College 1.3 mi
- Ohio University 11.8 mi
- Lake Hope State Park 11.4 mi
- Hocking Hills State Park 17.2 mi
- Wayne National Forest Athens Unit 3.6 mi
- Fun Barn 4 mi
- Stuart’s Opera House 0.3 mi
- Hocking Valley Scenic Railway 0.5 mi
- Zaleski State Forest 8.3 mi
- Robbins Crossing Historical Village 0.6 mi
- Rocky Factory Outlet Store 0.4 mi
- Court Street 11.4 mi
Bed & Breakfast FAQ
- Is this a traditional Bed & Breakfast?
This is not a traditional Bed & Breakfast where the owner or innkeeper of the home stays on the property. However, our business is family owned & operated and our team is just a phone call away for assistance. Our main headquarters is just 1-mile away from the Bed & Breakfast. The owners live in the area & are typically the ones cooking breakfast on the weekends.
- What’s Included with Stay?
For weekday stays, breakfast vouchers to the Hunger Hiker Cafe & Deli.
For weekend stays, homemade breakfast directly at the BnB.
Hot Tub – shared among all guests
10% discount on outdoor adventure at Adventure Pro Outdoors
- What Should Guests Bring?
Small cooler to keep in room & to take on activities
Beach Towel for the Hot Tub and additional outdoor activities
- Can guests use the kitchen?
Guests can utilize the microwave to warm up food.
Guests can store some supplies in the refrigerator or freezer, but our chef’s food is located there. We recommend bringing a small cooler.
Guests CANNOT use the stove/oven.
- Can we bring our pets?
No pets are allowed to stay in the Bed & Breakfast UNLESS they are service animals.
- Are there any curfews?
There are no curfews at the Hyde House Bed & Breakfast. We just ask that guests be respectful of the other guests staying in the house.
- Is the hot tub shared?
Yes, the hot tub is shared among all guests.
Guests are not allowed to take glassware into the hot tub with them!
- What time is breakfast served? Is breakfast the only meal served throughout the stay?
On weekdays, guests will visit the Hungry Hiker Cafe & Deli (link to website). We offer in house dining or to-go style. On weekends, we serve breakfast between 8 AM – 9 AM. We typically do a buffet style serving. Breakfast is the only meal we provide throughout a guest’s stay. Guests are responsible for lunch and dinner. We highly recommend Rhapsody Restaurant, located on the Historic Nelsonville Square.
- What is served for breakfast in the morning?
At the Hungry Hiker Cafe & Deli, you can select from the items off the menu! Known for its giant sub sandwiches! On weekends, we typically serve eggs, sausage, bacon, potatoes, and fruit. However, that will vary depending on the season and what is being prepared that morning.