As efforts to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 continue to produce better results, discussions at the national, state, and local level transition to the reopening of commerce. Governments, elected officials, and partners in the travel economy have asked our industry for input on the necessary steps that will allow a safe and responsible restart to business, travel, and other economic activity.  The hotel & lodging industry has provided guidance in a number of key areas that will ensure that as our businesses get back to more regular operation, employees, guests, properties, and our entire state are safe, protected, and able to take advantage of all that Ohio has to offer.

Enhanced Industry-Wide Hotel Cleaning Standards in Response to COVID-19

The lodging industry has a longstanding commitment to cleanliness and safety for our employees and guests and already maintained strict protocols in this regard. These new health and safety guidelines represent best practices for the hotel industry, in accordance with CDC guidelines, during the re-opening phase of the economy. Developed by an Advisory Council including all of the major national hotel brands and companies, these industry-wide standards are endorsed by the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association as the basis for state and local benchmarks.

Customers & Guests

• Ensure a minimum of 6 feet between customers, when possible
• Specify hours for at-risk populations, as appropriate (e.g. elderly)
• Place hand sanitizers in high-contact locations
• Ask customers and guests not to enter if symptomatic
• Stagger entry of customers and guests • Entertainment businesses that offer sports activities and sports leagues must follow guidance for General NonContact Sports

Physical Spaces
• Ensure a minimum of 6 feet between people, if possible. If not possible, install barriers
• Post social distancing signage and disinfect high-contact surfaces hourly
• Clean merchandise before stocking if possible
• Establish maximum capacity
• Discontinue self-service food stations, product samples
• Food courts must follow Restaurants, Bars, and Banquet & Catering Facilities/Services Guidance
• Entertainment businesses with foodservice operations must also follow Restaurants, Bars, and Banquet & Catering Facilities/Services Guidance

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Six Acres


Our Place in History

Six Acres is much more than a place to sleep, eat, and entertain; it plays a significant part in the history of those who were enslaved and an escape to freedom. Formerly owned by Zebulon Strong, Six Acres shares its roots as a safe place for all.

Six Acres B & B

Why Choose Six Acres…

Six Acres Bed and Breakfast is located on six lovely acres in College Hill, just fifteen minutes from Downtown Cincinnati. Six Aces B&B has beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a serene and peaceful stay.

Well-appointed bedrooms for overnight stays and common areas for guest use.   For your convenience, all major credit cards are accepted.

Located on six lovely acres, this bed and breakfast has beautifully landscaped grounds, offering a serene and peaceful stay.  We have well-appointed bedrooms and common areas.

Our location is easily accessible to downtown venues such as sporting events, cultural fests, and The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

Our Amenities

Free Breakfast

Free WiFi

No Smoking

Free Parking

Outdoor Furniture


Complementary Toiletries

Family Rooms

Flatscreen TV

Hair Dryer

Our Services


  • Check-In 3 pm est
  • Check-out 11 am est


We offer catering services at Six Acres. Six Acres follows CDC guidelines while offering great food and fun!

Full Breakfast

Included with your say with us.
Please provide 24 hours notice if you have any food allergies.


Our suites are suitable for more privacy and additional spaces for families and small groups


Perfect for weddings, business meetings, Greek letter organizations, private ceremonies, baby showers and more. 

Location & Nearby Attractions

Cincinnati is rich in history and traditions. Cincinnati got its name from the 5th-century BC Roman soldier and hero, Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus. After leading the republic’s army to victory over invaders, he denied rewards, returning to a farm where he lived out the remainder of his days instead.

  • Graeter’s Ice Cream – 332 Ludlow Ave | American Cuisine |  3.2 miles 
  • The Comet – 4579 Hamilton Ave | Mexican | 0.9 miles
  • Dewey’s Pizza – 265 Hosea Ave | Pizza | 3.2 miles
  • Chung Ching Restaurant – 5842 Hamilton Ave | Asian | 0.9 miles
  • Skyline Chili – 290 Ludlow Ave | American, Fast Food | 3.2 miles
  • Dusmesh Indian Restaurant – 944 Ludlow Ave | Indian |  2.4 miles
Nearby Attractions
Shows & Entertainment

Our 7th Acre

Located next to Six Acres is our sister Bed and Breakfast.

Directions to
Six Acres Bed & Breakfast
5350 Hamilton Avenue
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From Southbound I-75, take exit 10B (Galbraith Road), Go west on Galbraith, turn south on Hamilton Avenue.  Continue south for three miles.  Cross Belmont Avenue.  Six Acres is on the left one block south of Belmont.

From Northbound I-75, exit onto I-74 West, then take the Colerain Avenue exit (second exit), and turn left at the end of the ramp, onto northbound Colerain Avenue.  Turn right at W. North Bend Road (at the Water Tower).  Turn right at the first traffic light (Belmont Avenue), then right at the next traffic light (Hamilton Avenue).  Six Acres is on the left.

From Eastbound I-74,exit at W. North Bend Road.  Turn left and follow W. North Bend Road.  Turn right on Belmont Ave.  Turn right on Hamilton Ave.  Six Acres is one the left, one block south of Belmont Ave.

From I-71, take the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway west to the Hamilton Avenue exit.  Turn left on Hamilton Avenue at the light.  Six Acres is three miles south of the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway on the left, one block south of Belmont Avenue