The Peter Allen Inn breathes historic luxury, operating out of a restored home from the 19th century. Not only are the rooms elegant and cozy, but the in-house tavern feels like it’s straight out of a period piece movie scene. The Secret Tea Society offers tea service, tastings and workshops to guests.
Just a few miles from Peter Allen Inn is Bronzwood Golf Club, which has a stunning course and a restaurant and full bar.
Find more history at the public library, a Carnegie-era building with a museum in the basement, or the Octagon House, a private but photo-ready residence shaped like — you guessed it — an Octagon. Pick up a little something to take home on Tour Route 7, a 60-mile trail of small businesses that runs through the county and hosts yard sales. And while site hopping, try out local restaurants Nancy’s Cozy Cafe and Local Time Square Restaurant.
If you've got the shopping bug, stop in at Market Square where you'll find stores full of antiques, housewares, specialty foods, a '50s-era soda fountain and the region's largest bookstore with over 100,000 books.
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Autumn Lily's Collections
Retailer of a variety of antiques, art glass (including a large selection of Fenton), and lamps.
Bronzwood Golf Club
Over 40-year old 18-hole course located in the northeastern corner of Trumbull County.
Good Intentions Market & Cafe
Helping You Live - Healthy. Loved. Inspired. Local Fresh Market, Café, and Coffee Shop, and unique retail items.
Ohio's oldest Soda Fountain AND the largest used book dealer between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Peter Allen Inn & Event Center
Get away from it all at this historically renovated country home with 3 spacious rooms, each with its own unique amenities.
Peter Allen Inn Restaurant & Tavern
With two gorgeous venues for eating, enjoy the dinning hall or the rustic tavern on the lower level
Red Basket Farm
Twelve month, extended season - fresh naturally grown produce.
Green Acres Motel
A 10 rooms motel located near the intersection of State Routes 5 and 7.
Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery
Selected by John Kinsman, the man behind the town's namesake, Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery, also known as the "old cemetery" is one of the oldest cemeteries in Trumbull County, first being used in 1804.
Octagon House (circa 1858)
Now a private residence, this unique eight-sided house, which contains eight trapezoid-shaped rooms, was the boyhood home of Clarence Darrow, the nationally acclaimed lawyer in the The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes ("Scopes Monkey Trial").
Pymatuning Creek Wild & Scenic River
Designated in 2018; 30.66 continuous river miles as state wild and scenic river.
Shenango Wildlife Area
This nearly 5,000-acre wildlife area stretches northwest along Pymatuning Creek from Orangeville to Kinsman and crosses through four townships.