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Ohio Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


 

Ohio Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay - National Park Lodge, Fire Lookout, and Treehouses

Landolls Mohican Castle

Landoll's Mohican Castle in Loudonville, Ohio
Enjoy the stately majesty of times past in a luxurious castle fit for the kings and queens in all of us. Experience the romance of lazy afternoons, intimate fireside conversation, continental breakfasts and morning walks through private forestland in perfect solitude. Located one and one-half hours northeast of Columbus, Ohio, deep in the heartland of Mohican Country, the estate offers unprecedented luxury in its lodging and seclusion. Immerse yourself in the sounds of another time as you ride in a horse-drawn carriage  through the forest surrounding Landoll’s Mohican Castle. Close your eyes and listen as the soft sounds of the horse’s hooves blend with the gentle sounds of the breeze caressing the treetops. 
Complete Story, Photo, and Video 

        

Pete Nelson at the Mohicans Little Red Treehouse

Mohicans Grand Barn Event Center and Treehouses
The Mohicans Grand Barn Event Center and Treehouses and Cabins provides the very best in rustic luxury corporate and wedding space while offering some of the most unique lodging in Ohio. Enjoy all that The Mohicans has to offer while staying in well appointed Amish built rustic cabins or one of a kind treehouses designed and built by world renowned treehouse designer, Pete Nelson. If you have a more adventurous side, the newest tree house may be your choice. This 2 guest tree house was originally constructed for the Animal Planet/Discovery Channel Show “Tree House Masters” featuring world renowned tree house designer, Pete Nelson. Pete Nelson’s crew from Nelson Treehouse Supply and a local Amish crew constructed the tree house in March 2013. 
Complete Story and  Photos

        

Ravenwood Castle in New Plymouth, Ohio

Ravenwood Castle in New Plymouth, Ohio
Although the design of Ravenwood Castle was inspired by castles built to defend the border between England and Wales in the 12th and 13th centuries, the building in much newer, of course. Sue and Jim Maxwell have been long-time Anglophiles (lovers of English Culture) and have made many trips to Britain where they first enjoyed the concept of Bed and Breakfast many years before it was common in America. It was on these trips they also got the idea for the Castle. Ground was broken in September 1994, and the main Castle building was finished by May 1995. Although they had planned only four rooms for guests, for various reasons, a few more rooms were added along the way. The cottages in the medieval village were started in the fall of 1996 and the first three were ready for guests in the spring of 1997. Complete Story and Photos

     

The Golden Lamb - Oldest Hotel in Ohio and Haunted

The Golden Lamb - Oldest Hotel in Ohio and Haunted
The most famous ghost of the Golden Lamb is a little girl named Sarah. Sarah's was Isaac Stubbs' niece (he was the inn's manager). However, Sarah didn't die as a child, so some people think it's actually the ghost of a little girl named Eliza Clay (daughter of Henry Clay). Eliza died at the Golden Lamb in 1825 from a terrible fever. The ghostly activity occurs mainly in one specific room. She makes lots of noises and knocks things off walls and furniture. The other famous ghost who is believed to haunt the Golden Lamb is Charles R. Sherman, an Ohio Supreme Court Justice who died at the inn in 1829. According to Chris Woodyard in her book The Ghost Hunter's Guide to Haunted Ohio, the ghost is described as a "gaunt, gray man" who appears in the hallways.  Complete Story and Photos

  

Fitzgerald's Irish Bed and Breakfast in Painesville, Ohio

Fitzgerald's Irish Bed and Breakfast in Painesville, Ohio
Fitzgerald’s Irish Bed & Breakfast offers warm Irish hospitality in a unique sixteen-room French Tudor built in 1937. This magnificent and recently restored home is a landmark of craftsmanship, from its ornate staircase, hard-wood floors throughout, unusual turret and slate roof, to its elaborate 11 foot fireplace. You will be charmed by its unique castle-like architecture. Just three miles away are some of the most-visited trails and beaches in the Great Lakes region. Mentor Headlands and Fairport Harbor are the two most popular Lake Erie beaches. Also close by are over twenty of Ohio's finest wineries, Holden Arboretum, Kirtland Mormon Temple, Lawnfield and abundant shopping in Mentor. Complete Story and Photos

 

Salt Creek Retreats near Laurelville, Ohio

Salt Creek Retreats near Laurelville, Ohio
Located near the Hocking Hills Region in southeastern Ohio, Salt Creek Retreats puts you out of the way of the crowds and traffic but only a few miles from all the wonderful things the area has to offer. Experience a unique camping adventure in a yurt. Used by the Mongolian Nomads for centuries, yurts are circular structures made of wood w/ felt and woolen blankets covering the walls. Step up to modern day technology and you have the same wooden style structure but it's covered in industrial strength vinyl to withstand the elements. Our rustic (no electricity or plumbing) retreat is perfect for those wanting to enjoy the outdoors and not rough it. The yurt sleeps 5 but 2 more can sleep on the floor (bring an air mattress for maximum comfort).  Complete Story and Photos

 











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