How about a bed & breakfast?
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to spend it than a romantic getaway at an area bed and breakfast? It’s hard to go wrong with more bed and breakfasts located in Northeast Ohio than in any other region in the state. Below are four area B&Bs (and one worth the trip) to which you may consider taking your sweetie come Feb. 14.
A Georgian Manner Bed and Breakfast
Located in gorgeous Hocking Hills, on the Hocking Bird Trail overlooking Lake Logan and near six state parks, including Old Man’s Cave and Ash Cave. A perfect getaway spot this Valentine’s Day, A Georgian Manner is furnished with sculptures, tapestries and antiques collected from around the world. It has an authentic wine cellar, library and formal dining room. Guests can relax on the veranda overlooking the lake or take a canoe ride. A full breakfast is included. The bed and breakfast also specializes in weddings and features a lakeside wedding pavilion. The entire facility can be rented to accommodate wedding parties. Visit www.georgianmanner.com, www.ohioweddings.net or call (800) 606-1840 for more information.
Jeremiah B. King Guest House
Located within walking distance of the historic district in downtown Hudson. Built in 1873, the JB King Guest House offers guests a stay in a charming home featuring marble fireplaces, wood plank floors and segmental arch cornices. The guest house offers five suites with different features. Guests can explore the carriage house, built in 1903, and the garden or relax in the courtyard. A full gourmet breakfast is included. Visit www.kingguesthouse.com or call (330) 650-0199 for more information.
Inn & Spa at Honey Run
Located near Millersburg and Berlin, in the heart of Amish Country. The Inn at Honey Run is nestled on 70 acres. Guests can relax in one of 45 uniquely decorated rooms, suites or cottages, including the Honeycombs, where they can cozy up to their own private fireplace. Guests can explore trails and nature at the wooded, romantic escape. Or they can indulge in one of the inn’s spa treatments, featuring organic products, or its award-winning restaurant, offering gourmet cuisine and fine wines. Visit www.innathoneyrun.com or call (800) 708-9394 for more information.
Canal House Bed and Breakfast
Located in Canal Fulton along the historic Ohio & Erie Canal. At the Canal House, guests can enjoy one of three rooms with a private bath and a full breakfast. Romance your sweetheart in the romantic Georgian-style Post & Beam, built in the 1800s. The Canal Room has an outdoor balcony overlooking the canal and downtown Canal Fulton. Fruit and cheese baskets are offered on arrival. Visit www.bbonline.com/oh/canalhouse or call (330)854-6229 for more information.
Donna’s Premier Lodging
Located on six secluded, wooded acres in Berlin, the heart of Amish Country. Owners Donna Marie and Johannes Schlabach dub their cabins and chalets “Berlin’s first Bed & Breakfast.” The getaway has been featured on Neil Zurcher’s “One Tank Trips” and boasts romantic amenities such as toasty fireplaces and hot tubs for two. The accommodations include honeymoon and anniversary chalets and cottages, a “Romancing the Stone” cabin, villas and cedar log cabins. Various pricing packages and specials are available.Visit www.donnasofberlin.com or call 1-800-320-3338 for more information.