Set in the picturesque village of Green River on a winding country road, the Green River Bridge House is nestled against the meandering Green River a few steps away from the historic Green River Covered Bridge. Across the road, perched on a small hill, is the former Methodist Episcopal Church, a classic white, steepled structure.
Next to the covered bridge, water thunders over a rare, restored circa 1790 timber crib dam.
The house, built in 1830, once housed the Green River Post Office. In earlier days the barn was the site of the local blacksmith shop. Lovingly and skillfully transformed, the Green River Bridge House is luxurious in comfort and sensuous in visual appeal. Every room is a warm embrace of soft colors, fine antiques and other unique furnishings.
Though small enough to be homey, it is large enough and appropriately equipped to be the perfect setting for an intimate wedding or anniversary celebration.
You will not want to miss breakfast which host Joan Seymour prepares using delicious and healthful ingredients including farm fresh eggs and seasonal local produce. Look forward to a meal that is extravagant in taste, generous in portion, and served elegantly at a Chippendale table overlooking the river. With advance notice, special dietary requests will be happily accommodated.
Choose from three tastefully decorated guestrooms, each with a queen-sized bed and private bath. Named for their exquisite views, the River Room, Bridge Room and Sunrise Room each offer something unique, from steam bath to Jacuzzi and outdoor balcony.