The Rose Hotel is a two story "L" shaped brick structure. Portions were constructed in phases (circa 1830) & (circa 1848), & following the civil war. A striking veranda overlooking the Ohio River was added around 1866. The building has been "restored" and is used today as a "Hotel & Bed & Breakfast" facility. A frame gazebo built in 1882 is located on the front lawn of the hotel overlooking the river. Today, the Historic Rose Hotel is managed by Susan M. Hemphill, who also owns and operates the River Rose InnBed & Breakfast across the street!