Stratton House Inn is available for family vacations; family and class reunions; church and worship retreats; business meetings; social gatherings; scrapbooking, stamping, and quilting retreats; and other functions.
Stratton House Inn is about one hour west of Pittsburgh, two hours east of Columbus, two hours south of Cleveland, and two and one-half hours north of Charleston, WV. It is seven miles north of Interstate 70.
On eleven rolling acres, Stratton House Inn is located in Flushing, Ohio -- a "ridge" town in historic Belmont County, Ohio.
To the north of Stratton House Inn, across Mill Road, is the historic Stratton Flour Mill -- from 1878 the source of quality baking flour used throughout the Ohio River Valley, and one of the first sources of self-rising pancake flour in the United States. Stratton House Inn was the home of two generations of Quaker millers -- and today their famous Whole-Wheat Self-Rising Pancake Flour is a special treat for all guests of Stratton House Inn.
The home has been totally rebuilt and restored where possible. Today, it contains five bedrooms, four full baths, a modern kitchen, dining room, living room, parlor, sitting room, and office.