What does a weekend at Chapel Hill House look like?

The Cabin

Relocated to central Ohio and renovated by Larry Joseph, the passionate force behind the Chapel Hill House project, the cabin is a fully furnished 1835 log cabin secluded on 35 sprawling acres. There’s central heat and air conditioning, but if you’re staying with us in the chillier times of year, you can strike up the full-sized wood fireplace and have a restful evening with the people who matter most.

The cabin has ADA compliant accommodations and is stocked with fun and amenities for your family’s stay. A few are listed here:

– Central heat and air conditioning

– Sleeps up to 8 people

– Linens and household items furnished

– DVD & VCR with movies available

– Full-size wood burning fireplace

– Stove with oven, microwave, refrigerator with ice maker, and garbage disposal

– Walk-in shower

– Handicapped accessible

– Restful front porch with double rocker and incredible view of nature.

The Treehouse

Tucked away through the trails and the trees, you’ll find a 300 square foot, 3-level treehouse with a balcony and patio seating. Columbus Blue Jackets themed and full of fun activities, our treehouse is a place for the kids to just be kids for a while.

The Schoolhouse

Step back in time in our 19th-century schoolroom. Attached to the log barn, this old-time schoolroom is the perfect place for crafts and fun. Grow, play, and learn at the antique school desks and create new memories. 

The Grounds

We have 35 acres ready for you to explore. Trek through the trails or rest in the hammock near the playground. You can take in the healing powers of nature and get back to the beauty of the world. For special circumstances, we can provide a golf cart to help you get around.

We have many outdoor activities available and ready for you to adventure. 

– Secluded meditation area with swing located in the woods

– Multiple mowed or stoned walking paths with points of interest

– Playground and hammock

– Lawn games

– 16 x 32 foot shelter house with picnic tables, lounge chairs and fire pit located near the house and playground

– Golf cart provided for needed transportation on grounds for those that have long distance walking issues

– Imagination wood ponies in the pasture

– Open air fire pit in the open yard

– Gas grill in the shelter house.