About Hudson Guest House
Take a trip through Hudson’s past, while you enjoy modern comforts all around. Hudson Guest House mixes early Western Reserve style architecture with modern conveniences.
The house was built in the 1830s as one of two matching wings to the funeral home on the Green. It was moved to its current location in the 1870s and enlarged. Although there are theories about the location of the matching wing, no one knows exactly where it is located.
This Greek Revival-style home was painstakingly restored with historically accurate details, like original floors, door hardware – and most noticeably the original handcrafted beams in the kitchen. The front courtyard walls outside the house were done with materials found exclusively on the property.
Located just off the square, Hudson Guest House puts you close to dining, nightlife, shopping and much more. Throughout the summer you’ll find activities like Sunday night concerts on the Green or Saturday night at First and Main green, walking tours of the historic district from the nearby Visitor Center, a quick trip to Blossom Music Center, and outdoor activities like biking, hiking the trails along the Ohio Canal path in the nearby Cuyahoga Valley National Park.