513-228-2200 22 North High Street
Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Welcome to Silver High Manor

Upon your arrival at Silver High Manor, you will sense a calm comfort, much like visiting an old friend. You will be welcomed into a home, not a business. You will likely find your hostess, Celeste Stark, in the garden tending the lilacs or in the kitchen creating a delightful dish that fills Silver High Manor with that fresh-from-the-oven scent. This is the beginning of your genuinely authentic bed and breakfast experience. We invite you to relax and enjoy the comforts of Silver High Manor.

Your Hosts, Nick and Celeste Stark


Located just two blocks from downtown Lebanon, you have all the convenience of being within walking distance to most events, but just far enough away, to enjoy the peaceful, private and well maintained gardens on the grounds of Silver High Manor.

Built in 1847 by Thomas and Cassa Beachey, four generations of the Gallaher families lived and loved here from 1885 to 1983. This three story Gothic Revival style home is listed on the National Historic Register and noted for its beautiful iron lace portico surrounding the front porch.

Start your day with a delightful and filling breakfast before you experience the quaint historic ambience of Lebanon’s many antique and specialty shops. Perhaps you would prefer a train ride to Mason, savor some sumptuous chocolate, or visit an ancient prehistoric fort, or an historical museum or two.

Maybe you would like to ride on a scenic bike trail and then stop for a soda from an old fashioned ice cream parlor, or for dinner, try the historic Golden Lamb built in 1803. If Lebanon’s not enough to enjoy, there is King’s Island, The Beach Waterpark, Cincinnati’s Union Terminal, Freedom Center or the Zoo, Dayton’s Wright Museum, Waynesville’s Antique and Specialty shops, Springboro’s Historic District, Caesar’s Creek for a picnic, and several yearly local festivals such as the Bluesfest, Sauerkraut Festival, Renaissance Festival and “oh”, so much more!

Silver High Manor is gently located on the corner of Silver Street and High Street, in Lebanon, Ohio’s historic East End District. After the activities of the day, you will find peaceful comfort in our private gardens and patios that spread for nearly an acre.


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For a list of nearby events and activities please see our Make a Memory page.