Mary and Joe Shurilla really hadn’t thought about owning a bed-and-breakfast until they were out walking one day. “We were taking a walk through the neighborhood and saw this Victorian home,” said Joe. “It was a duplex.”
Why open a bed-and-breakfast in a city instead of a rural setting? Well, the Hambleton House Bed & Breakfast at 2716 Market Ave. N in Canton was the right home at the right time in the energetic lives of Kathy and Randy Heckert.
Sandy Worley operates her 4,000-square-foot historic home as a bed and breakfast. Marian “Sandy” Worley lives, works and entertains surrounded by her many collections of antiques. Her mantra? “You name it, I collect it.”
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.
Autumn travel. It combines beautiful color, cooling temperatures, and the relaxation afforded by the slowed-down pace of the final season of the year. These books on travel can help you design a fall trip that will remain memorable long after you’ve started looking forward to a winter vacation.