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About the Gaige House
The Gaige House was built in the late 1800s by Albert Ebenezer Gaige, who owned thriving butcher shops in San Francisco and Kenwood. His new Glen Ellen home provided living quarters upstairs, and space for a butcher shop below (where the inn’s front desk is today). Albert’s son, Howard, learned butchering from his father and joined him in the family business. Civic-minded Albert helped to build Glen Ellen Community Church in 1895, and also served as the town constable.
It is unclear exactly when the house first became an inn. However, it has been operated as a lodging for travelers for many years. In 2006, Gaige House’s then-owners restored the main house, and constructed separate spa suites throughout the grounds, adding 13 more guest rooms to their inventory.
In June 2012, Gaige House joined the Four Sisters Inns collection.