Hawthorne Park Bed and Breakfast is situated near downtown Columbus, Ohio, within walking distance to Franklin Park Conservatory and minutes from a myriad of local restaurants, galleries, museums and attractions, as well as The Ohio State University and several other Columbus colleges and universities. Neighboring Bexley offers small-town charm with quaint restaurants and boutiques.

The American shingle-style house, built in 1900, sits with 10 other mansions on a spacious boulevard in Woodland Park. The home boasts historic charm, but was completely renovated in 2012 to include the modern amenities needed for a comfortable and luxurious stay. Built as the “suburb in the city,” the property offers guests a peaceful retreat with convenient access to any and every venue or attraction in Columbus.

Hawthorne Park Bed and Breakfast has been home to several Columbus families and we wish to honor them by naming our guest rooms after some of them and their descendants. We’re proud to add Hentsch to the line of families residing at 1616 Hawthorne Park.

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Ad in a Columbus newspaper circa 1905 advertising the Woodland Park neighborhood.

Columbus newspaper ad c. 1905