Thursday, March 18, 2010

Bed and Breakfast ~ Zoar, Ohio

~WELCOME FRIENDS ~

{{If you are not an antique lover or enjoy viewing lots of photos, just skip this post.}}

Today I'd like to share with you the most wonderful bed and breakfast located in Zoar, Ohio, called the Cobbler Shop Bed and Breakfast. If you enjoy early antiques, you would LOVE this place. This is my second time staying there and I highly recommend it. Breakfast is wonderful too ~ no need for lunch after that feast.

This is building #22 in Zoar, Ohio. It is an early 19th century dwelling that was originally the village cobbler shop. It made all the shoes and boots for the community and could house as many as three families. It is listed on the National Registry as part of the historic district of Zoar Village. That's my friend Wink on the left, and Sandy, the owner, on the right.
Part of the garden looking from our bedroom window.
Garden statuary
Sandy has the most marvelous collection of wall boxes!




German kugels hanging in the dining room windows

Looking in to the kitchen ~ the cupboard at the far end is a Soap Hollow piece.
I love the way she has displayed the cookie cutters on an antique peel.
Take a gander at these dough bowls in original paint!
Stone fruit. It was because of Sandy I learned of stone fruit.
Staffordshire dogs. WOWZA!
Rockingham pottery on an early whale tail shelf (with many whale tails!).
Isn't this hooked angel sweet? It is hanging high over a doorway.
Early chalkware animals
Close ups

Stencilled stair risers


I hope you have enjoyed my tour of the Cobbler Shop B & B. Sandy also an antique shop adjacent to the B & B. If you're in the neighborhood, stop by and tell her Lauren said hi!

Pug hugs :)

Lauren

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I did enjoy the tour Lauren. Thanks for sharing with us, looks like a beautiful place to visit. Love the murals on the stairs. ☺

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Oh, my goodness! No wonder you love staying there! Such beautiful collections and I love the stencilled stair risers!! Thanks for sharing!

Dan said...

What a great place to stay! I loved seeing all of the pictures! Thank you for sharing them with us! ~Dan~

Tamera @ the Stone Fence Cottage said...

I want the wallboxes and those sheep in the garden!! Gorgeous!!

weaverpat said...

Oh my! What a lovely place to stay! I can see why this is a favorite of yours.
Thanks for sharing!

Mary said...

What an enchanting place!!! Looks like you and Wink are having lots of fun! Do tell...was your dry sink still there? Can't wait to see it!

Karin said...

Lauren, Thanks for sharing your trip to Zoar.
It is a wonderful place to visit, we try to get there at least once a year, ususally for the antique show, and I like to go before Christmas when they have the home tours when several of the resident's open their homes to the public. Did you get your dry sink?????
Hope to see you tomorrow at the Library.

Deb said...

Those are great pictures. It looks like a wonderful place to visit. A lot of decorating ideas in those pictures. And I love that hooked angel.

woolwoman said...

I wanted to get on my laptop Lauren so I could post on your blog again - LOVE the tour of the inn in Zoar - it was awesome to see. I enjoy visiting your blog regularly - thanks for commenting on mine and I'm SOOO glad you are stitching again - yippee! more eye candy - Mel

Sheila said...

Oh Lauren thanks for sharing the photos!!!!!!!!Loved them all

Joanne said...

Drooling here

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!

Linda said...

Thanks for sharing your trip, Lauren! How great that you and Wink can get together and enjoy the same things. Your pictures are teriffic, as usual, and I'm still drooling over all the primitive antiques you saw!!

Thistlebrooms said...

What Fantastic pieces she has at her B&B...
I too would Love staying there surrounded by all that History.

Thanks for sharing part of your journey.

My Best
~Marilyn