Welcome to our Bed & Breakfast
A mile from Northern Kentucky’s bustling Newport on the Levee is Christopher’s Bed and Breakfast, a ravishing 19th century former church that sparkles with jewel-toned stained-glass windows, three sumptuous Jacuzzi suites and sits grandly in the heart of the Bellevue historic district, Taylor’s Daughters, in honor of General James Taylor.
Christopher’s Bed and Breakfast, named after the Patron Saint of Travelers and the Christian Church, has approximately 8,100 square feet with all of the original stained glass windows and hardwood floors. This 100-year-old building was privately purchased from the Bellevue Christian Church in August, 1996. With the help of architects and contractors, the late 1800s church was transformed from a place of worship to a place of winsome respite by the Guidugli family in August, 1997.
Today, two junior jacuzzi suites with queen-size beds, stained-glass windows, and private baths charm visitors. There’s also the grand Governor’s Suite, radiating romance with its four-poster king-size bed, magnificent stained-glass window, cuddly living room, and two private “his and hers” half baths and shower, plus a two-person Jacuzzi that begs long massaging soaks beneath the room’s original pressed-tin ceiling.
The City of Bellevue was founded in 1870 and is just 1 mile south of Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Located near all Newport and Covington, KY attractions and 20 minutes from the Greater Cincinnati Airport. Easily accessible from I-71, I-75, I-275 and I-471.