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The Victorian Tudor Inn
408 W. Main St
Bellevue, OH 44811
Telefono: +1--4194831949
Numero verde: +1--8774341949

Richard Stegman

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Happy Holidays at The Victorian Tudor Inn!Foyer and guest entrance.  This area is graced with a magnificent Victorian marble top "hall tree" in original and superb condition.  The hanging ceiling lamp is a large acorn (the Inn's trademark) designed in the style of Tiffany stain glass and an imported hand woven carpet brought back by the Innkeeper from Belguim.
Santa's visit to The Victorian Tudor Inn!!Casual Living Room
 The Dining Room exudes warmth through the spacious baywindows, which contains a massive window seat.  The ceiling has wonderful hand painted designs and from it hangs a majestic imported glass chandelier.  Two lighted built-in cabinets, original to the house, contain a wonderful collection of 19th century European porcelains.  The marble top sideboard, a civil war era hand carved piece, is in immaculate condition.  It was acquired from an Amish family in central Ohio, as was the Victorian marble top and back breakfast table.The front parlor containing several Victorian chairs and a Victorian sofa in a pink designed fabric and an Empire mahogany sofa in rich red french fabric.  A pair of 18th century enameled Chinese urns, turned lamps, grace the front windows along with two red satin "Gone-With-The-Wind" gas lamps.  Several paintings are in the parlor, including two original early 19th Century New England paintings, one by the sought after Newport, RI artist, Elijah Baxter.  An early 19th Century whale oil lamp, manufactured by the famed Mt. Washington Glass Co., with double overlay glass and original prisms and double oval shade sits atop an unique "turtle" style marble top table.
This foyer is in the front part of the Inn and houses some of the Innkeepers 19th Century Staffordshire collection.  It is graced by an original window seat and several exquisite paintings (e.g. civil war era painting of a Hummingbird and a water color of a child from the same period) and a pair of 19th Century bird prints by contempories of John Audubon in original frames.  The Inn's second Victorian hall tree is in this foyer. The steps is one path to the upstairs suites and a large, hand carved "Majestic Lady" wall mirror, acquired in Boston, greets the guests as they go to the second floor. Royal Oak Suite with 19th Century Asthetic movement marble top bedroom set, including a Queen size bed.  The suite also has a Victorian desk and lovely cherub decorated desk chair and beautiful hand carved sofa.  The suite contains a large screen HD flat screen TV with 185 DirecTV channels.  Several early 20th Century lamps that are highly decorative grace the room along with paintings and other wall hangings.  The floor has radiant heat, four level spacious & lighted closet and is located on the first floor of the Inn.
The Royal Oak Suite's private bathroom, with Italian tile floor, granite lined shower and counter top and radiant heat floor.The Greenslade Suite is a two bedroom suite, and this is the main bedroom.  This room is so large this picture can only show you a portion of it.  It has a Victorian marble top bedroom set, with a queen size bed. Also a wonderful mahogany banker's desk, with leather top and high back leather chair is in the suite.  Along with a unique down filled couch in rich white moon and star fabric.  Several original paintings by well known artists and several unique vintage lamps grace the room.  A large walk-in closet and hand-carved Armoire houses the flat screen TV.
The Greenslade Suite bathroom is exquisite!  This spacious bathroom has a two person jacuzzi and a seperate two person shower.  Both the jacuzzi and and sink counter top are have granite tops, and the counter top and mirror wrap around two walls!  A Victorian bamboo rack holds the bathroom's spa towels and there are plently of candles and special lighting for just that right mood.The Nautica Suite is elegant.  It contains a four poster canopy "Prince of Wales" mahogany bed along with a 19th Century "ship captains" table next to the bed which holds the flat screen TV and the Waterford lamp. Six original nautical paintings from Cape Cod, Lake Erie and Europe  grace the walls.  A lovely vintage writing desk and chair(s) is bordered by a wonderful window seat with grand windows towering above it.  Also for your comfort is a comfortable couch in a deep sea blue fabric and a walk-ln closet.
The Nautica Suite bathroom has both a two person jacuzzi and a two person shower.  A Victorian bamboo rack holds the spa towels and other bathroom amenities for your use.  The East and North side of the bathroom has wonderful vintage windows and below them is an exquisite window seat.  Several nautical themed paintings and vintage prints grace the bathroom.  Part of the bathroom floor contains the original hardwood floors.Dining Room of the  750 sq. ft. Extended Stay Apartment; including a Centennial (ca. 1876) mahogany dining room table and chairs, vintage Tambour desk with antique student's lamp, handwoven Oriental carpet, Boston inlaid cherry bookcase, ca. 1890 and wonderful early 20th Century European paintings.  The bedroom (queen bed, living room, kitchen, and bathroom also have unique antique furnishings and amenities.