George Carroll House Bed and Breakfast offers historic lodging accommodations in downtown Erie, Pennsylvania. The Queen Anne style house was built in 1872 for George Carroll, an early settler and lumber dealer. All rooms have a private bath, cable television, free wireless internet, telephone and air-conditioning. Free off-street parking is also included.
We have created a casual and relaxed atmosphere while maintaining the historical charm of the 1870ís, all at an affordable price. A simple continental breakfast satisfies the morning appetite and allows you to enjoy the many local restaurants later in the day. Stay with us for your next visit to Erie and enjoy a unique alternative to the standard motel or hotel room.
The owners of George Carroll House also own and operate The Boothby Inn Bed and Breakfast located two blocks from downtown Erie at 311 West 6th Street. The Boothby Inn neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic places and has four guest rooms.