From $100 to $180 a night

Queen sized bed, day bed, vintage dresser, walk-in closet

This soothing room features a queen-sized bed and a nightstand, the lovely "Delilah Brewer lamp," a large vintage dresser with three drawers and a big mirror, a large, sleek daybed for lounging, an antique Eastlake chair and a walk-in closet.

The bathroom, with a deep bathtub suitable for soaking and a rainforest shower feature, is down the hall and is shared.

WiFi is available throughout the house.

It's named for Lewis and Delilah Brewer, the First Couple of Easter House.  The Brewers moved to Ada in 1899, and quickly became fixtures in village life.  Brewer, an employee of Standard Oil Co. and a merchant of some sort, served on the village council.  When he died in 1903, four years after moving to Ada and only three years in Easter House, the University Herald obituary said "the village took on a perceptible gloom.  A tinge of sorrow shone from the eyes of business men, and though nothing may have been said, the sympathetic soul could read everywhere a personal heart felt loss.  Lewis Brewer is dead.”  

His wife lived in Easter House until her death on 11 July 1929.  One of her and Lewis' four children, Alexander, died three months before she did.

Lewis and Delilah Brewer are buried in Elms Grove Cemetery in St Marys, Ohio, where Lewis was born.