The Olin Guest House has the privacy of a hotel in a historic home! Its pine tree-lined property, large lawn, and patio offer a private relaxing getaway, and with several bedrooms, family & friends can easily join you! This beautiful 1880 colonial-style mansion is located in Historic Brandenburg, Kentucky, and features a panoramic view of the Ohio River.
With gorgeous grounds, spacious rooms, and elegant period furnishings, the home features cable television throughout, 5 bedrooms which are completely private with separate lock and key, a large café room that seats 24 comfortably, kitchen, formal dining room, and parlor room, lounge with a hidden prohibition bar, many seating areas, plus a large front porch and balcony overlooking the river!
The Olin Guest House was originally built in 1880 by James W. Lewis, a very prominent lawyer in Meade County and the founder of the Meade County Deposit Bank, of which he was president and principal stockholder. He and his wife, Martha E (Farleigh) Lewis, had eight children and the house was built to accommodate their large family.
During your stay in Brandenburg, rest your head and experience history each night at the Olin Guest House.