Welcome to the Historic Hospitality Bowe House Inn!
Located in the historic Fort Ball district in Tiffin, Ohio, this picturesque beauty is truly a treasure from past years. This is an ideal setting for a garden wedding, a family gathering, or just getting together for a weekend or a holiday. This house has two bedrooms, private baths, a living-dining room with a full modern kitchen. The house also includes a finished basement with a flat screen television and a large built-in desk with digital high-speed internet.
Built in 1847 by Erastus G. Bowe, this structure is one of the oldest standing brick homes in Seneca County. Phillip and Rayella Engle, well known for their love of history and their penchant for preserving local heritage, have fully renovated the house and want to share its beauty. In 2006, the Engles received a Preservation Award from Tiffin Historic Trust for their accomplishment.
The Bowe House Inn would be an ideal setting/location for a garden wedding. In case of inclement weather, the event could be moved inside, possibly in front of one of the attractive fireplaces. In addition, consider Hospitality House for some of the following occasions:
- Garden Wedding
- Bridal Shower
- Card Club
- Catered or Self-Prepared Luncheon
- Weekend or Holiday Sanctuary
- Housing for Visiting Family of Heidelberg or
Tiffin University Students
- Class or Family Reunion
- Speaker/Guests of TU or Heidelberg
- Patio Party
- Society or Business Meeting
- Church Group
- Vacation Days