"Wynken" "Blynken" "Nod"

The first phase of Wynken, Blynken & Nod, located at 468 Chestnut Street, Meadville, Pennsylvania, opened on January 1, 2000.   It is a 14-room house offering four guest rooms.

The second phase is a 21-room house built in 1875 by George Wallace Delamater, a prominent Meadville banker, former mayor, and Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate for the Republican party.  "Blynken" offers eight guest rooms.

The third phase is the Linesville Bed and Breakfast and Body/Mind Resource Center, a large farm house bed and breakfast offering many guest rooms.

Please visit our "Accommodations" page for more details and information about each of our Bed & Breakfast guest houses.



Lynnell M. Brian is the manager, owner, and hostess for Wynken, Blynken and Nod Bed and Breakfast and the Wynken, Blynken and Nod Body/Mind Resource Center.

Lynnell earned her B.A. degree from Allegheny College.  She also has been a graduate student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and other institutions of higher learning.  She is a retired school teacher who worked in the public school systems in Pennsylvania and Ohio.  She has also worked in her own private school for those students diagnosed with autism. 

Lynnell worked for many years in the Ohio School system as a teacher for those afflicted with a side range of learning and behavioral disorders. 

She has managed her Bed and Breakfast for over a decade.



Don Brian earned his doctorate at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and did post-doctorate work at Duquesne University. 

Don has continued his post-doctorate studies to the present day and is a board certified medical (prescribing) psychologist.  He designed and built, along with his now deceased carpenter/builder father-in-law, a special clinic and school for treating autistic children and adults.

Dr. Brian has worked in the fields of psychology, education, and corrections in numerous capacities.  He serves as a consultant for the Wynken, Blynken & Nod Bed and Breakfast and the Body/Mind Resource Center.