HOFFMANN GUESTHOUSE

 

10189 Quarry Chapel Road, Gambier, Ohio 43022

 

Check in after 2 pm.   Check out before 11 am.

 

The front door will be unlocked when you arrive. The key will be in the drawer of the table in the entrance.

 

When you depart leave the key and any remaining rental fee in the drawer of the entrance table. After you have departed we will lock up.

 

No smoking! No children! No pets!

 

The guesthouse accommodates maximum four people. No indoor or outdoor camping!

 

The refrigerator is on and there is ice in the freezer.

 

There are waste baskets in the kitchen and bathrooms. There is a large trash container and a recycle bin in the mechanical room.

 

We recycle. Use the recycle bin in mechanical room, please.

 

The outdoor grill has propane and utensils. It is for use outdoors only.

 

There is complete privacy beyond the windows but expect to see and hear wildlife. Open the curtains. It is safe to open the sliding doors, keep the screens closed. You can crossover the bridge over Ransoms Run. Be aware of poison ivy.

 

If you are staying during deer hunting season you will hear gun shots in the morning and evening. We do not allow hunting on our property.

 

Heat and air conditioning: There are two thermostats in the living room and one in the master bed room. The thermostat on the left in the living room and the one in the master control the heating system. The heat is radiant heat from hot water circulating in the floor. The room temperature is very slow to react to changes in the thermostats.  The right thermostat in the living room controls the air conditioning. Push the arrow up or down to change the settings.

 

The house uses good well water and a septic system. There is a generator in case you lose power. 

No phone. No TV. No Wi-Fi but it is available in the Wiggin Street coffee shop.

We lived in this house for three years and loved it. We are pleased to have you as guests in our house.

 

If you need to contact us call our cell:  740-398-9108. We live in the next house up Quarry Chapel Road.

 

Tom Hoffmann 

Kenyon 1962