Wabash became the first electrically lighted city in the world in 1880. Five years later, Herrold on Hill was built, rich with Victorian Neo-Jacobean opulence and warmth amid a spacious, antique and art filled inn. Available for guests are 6 Luxury King and Queen Bedrooms, four and one half Baths, Formal Dining Room, Two Parlors. The interior is replete with impressive furnishings: open oak stairways, hardwood and marble floors, elegant chandeliers and stained glass throughout including a unique round windows, 8 fireplaces (2 working gas fireplaces in parlors) screened in porch. A large restored Carriage House , perfect for informal gatherings, is adjacent to the main building.
All rooms have modern amenities including A/C, large flat screen TVs, fiber optic high speed cable and WiFi. Fax Machine and Blu-Ray DVD player available.
Alan and Sandy Jachinski, are proud to serve as your hosts. Gourmet breakfast is served in the dining room, and can be enjoyed there, in your room, or on the screened-in porch, weather permitting.
We are within short walking distance of Historic downtown: The Honeywell Center, Restaurants, Museums, Library, Churches, Antique Shops, Art Galleries, Movie Theater and Farmer's Market in season.
Enjoy local historic walking and bike trails.
Corporate or extended stay rates available.
Smoke Free Facility.