George Carroll House offers historic lodging accommodations in Erie's downtown business district. 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, and air-conditioning. Free off-street parking for one vehicle per room is also included.
We have created a casual and relaxed atmosphere while maintaining the historical charm of the 1870’s, all at an affordable price. Stay with us for your next visit to Erie and enjoy a unique alternative to the standard motel or hotel room.
We utilize a keypad entry system on our front entrance door and guest rooms. Guests can arrive any time after 3:00 PM and have immediate access to their room, day or night. Our front entrance door is located on Peach Street, while our parking is located off of West 4th Street directly behind the house. The keypad code is selected by each guest and removed after departure.
The George Carroll House owners, the Kidder family, also own and operate William Sands House located two blocks west of downtown Erie at 311 West 6th Street. This residential neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has two guest rooms. The two houses are within 4.5 blocks of each other.
Both facilities provide historic lodging and a continental breakfast.