Bed and Breakfast Program

 

Bacyard and porchWestminster Presbyterian Church combines hospitality and missions through its Bed and Breakfast program. Church volunteers host guests, and all donations received through the program are contributed to charitable organizations that request assistance. The Bed & Breakfast program offers a comfortable and welcoming stay in support of worthy causes like: Wayne County Hospice, Viola Startzman Free Clinic, Every Woman’s House, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, Church World Service, and Presbyterian Welcome.

 

Bedroom

 

Accommodations
Westminster Bed and Breakfast can accommodate a variety of groups, ranging from single individuals to families with children. Pets can be accommodated in certain homes. Participating houses are located within a thirty minute driving distance from the College of Wooster, some within walking distance. A variety of settings are available, both in rural Wayne and Holmes Counties and the city of Wooster.

 

BedroomRates
Westminster Presbyterian Church suggests a donation of $50 per night for any B&B stay.

Availability

Rooms are available year-round. The program is especially active during College of Wooster events such as Alumni Weekend, Commencement, Family Weekend, and Homecoming Weekend.  To download a flyer in pdf click here

 

What guests are saying...Porch

“Our hosts were wonderful. We had a super breakfast! I’m chair of the outreach program at our church, so it [this mission project] was very dear to my heart.”
“So convenient and so reasonable!”
"Mom and I enjoyed our stay very much - it was everything I hoped for and more."
“This is a great way to support great causes!”

 

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