Welcome to Victoria's Bed & Breakfast!
Victoria's Bed and Breakfast was built in 1881 by John Allen, a Xenia banker and member of the Ohio House of Representatives. The house has five air-conditioned bedrooms to rent. It is an Eastlake style Victorian mansion with high ceilings, original wood trim, 25 rooms, 30 chandeliers, and 9 fireplace mantles. We believe Helen Hooven Santmyer used some literary license and combined this house with the large mansion next door to make up the "house" featured in her best selling book, ..."And Ladies of The Club". If you are interested in more history of the house, Xenia or Greene Country, ask your host for a tour.
Greene County has many attractions. Our bike trails are recognized among the finest in the nation, and the "hub" of five trails is just four blocks away. Other popular attractions are the Air Force Museum and Young's Jersey Dairy. See our Attractions page for more vacation ideas.
Victoria's Bed & Breakfast is available for conferences, dinners, weddings and parties. Our whole house rentals are economical and very popular. More information is at the end of the bedrooms page. Suggestions, both big and small, are always appreciated.