Our 25th year as Ashtabula's only lakeside B&B. In a faithfully restored 1887 Harbor home, it's a short walk for beach glass collecting,swimming, bird watching; or, down Hulbert St. hill to the riverfront for fishing, restaurants, & shops on historic Bridge St. The Ashtabula Great Lakes Marine Museum & Hubbard House Underground RR Museum are both close by. A traditional, European-style B&B, offerings for breakfast emphasize local, seasonal foods, homemade breads and entrees. Centrally accessible to country wineries, covered bridges, and 28 miles of Lake Erie shoreline.
5 on April 23, 2014
I would highly recommend this B&B to friends and family. I was called out of town on short notice and struggled to find a decent place to stay in the area. I stumbled across Michael Cahill B&B doing an internet search. From the communication through the reservation process including the check-in and individualizing the menu, I was made to feel I was the number one priority. The neighborhood was quiet and appeared safe. Lake Erie is within walking distance and in sight. The exterior was neatly landscaped. The interior was clean and uncluttered. My bed was very comfortable. They offer a sitting room and front porch swing to relax in your "home" away from home. If Lake Erie is your destination or your lay over, Michael Cahill B&B is the place to be. Thank you Mr. Goode and Ms. Pat. I look forward to the next time I am called to Ashtabula. Dr. Pratt
5 on August 03, 2013
I have stayed here several times. Highly recommend for charm, service, location, and value.
5 on July 21, 2013
Great care is given by the hosts in making guests feel special and comfortable. My husband & I stayed 4 nights and each morning the breakfast was great along with the wonderful company of the hosts & guests. The location of the home is in a good neighborhood that is safe & peaceful. We will stay here again when visiting the area.
5 on June 01, 2013
We look forward to our return every year at the Cahill B & B. The welcoming innkeepers are the best. Paul and Pat make your stay so pleasant. It is like coming home every year. The breakfast meal is always a treat and we look forward to a great start for the day. Not to be missed....
4.8 on February 24, 2013
2nd trip to the Michael Cahill B&B. Great place to stay -- made even better by the warm hosts Pat & Paul.
5 on February 18, 2013
two years ago my sibblings and i came to ashtabula for the funeral of one of our sisters who lived in ashtabula.we came from mass. they accomadated for all five of us. the rooms were clean and we had the use of the whole house. another sister and i had stayed there before for a few days and thats why we went back. the owners are the nicest people. we will stay there again when we visit again. j j
5 on October 03, 2012
The owners were delightful. Location is perfect to walk to shops in the harbor and the breakfast was outstanding. We will return.
5 on September 24, 2012
Wonderful B&B. Would recommend to family & friends. Food outstanding. Very clean, decor tasteful.
5 on September 11, 2012
Beautiful Victorian home, spacious bed & bath, very comfortable and inviting. Nice, quiet street away from biker noise. Owners were super nice & knowledgeable.
4.6 on September 09, 2012
Mr & Mrs Goode always take good care of us here. They have decorated the B&B with old pictures of the area when the building was new, years ago. Very comfortable!
Beach, Marine Museum, Sam Wharram Nature Museum, Hubbard House, Bridge St. Historical Area, Bascule Lift Bridge, Great Lakes Marine Museum, River, Winery
Board games, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Library, Piano, TV
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Canoeing, Golfing, Walnut Beach, Covered Bridges, Swimming, Tennis courts
Paul & Pat Goode
English, German, Italian
Low fat , Vegetarian , Diet