Come and experience the beauty and serenity of Ohio's largest grape-growing region. The Polly Harper Inn rises majestically above acres of vineyards that roll gently toward the scenic Grand River. Enjoy hiking or cross-country skiing on trails through an old growth woodland on the south bank of the mighty Grand. Or just relax with some local wine as you gaze at the fire from the corner jacuzzi.
5 on February 22, 2015
First time experience with a B&B, think we are now spoiled 4-ever. Robert's room was Beautiful, cozy & cleaner then the Ritz Carlton. Comfy bed, toasty fire place, Jacuzzi tub. Loft area was very unique. Owners give you complete privacy they live next door and she left us an amazing breakfast both mornings! Definitely returning after the thaw. Close to wineries, whiskey barn and hiking trails which we attempted in crazy snow drifts but the scenery was breath taking. Much needed mind, body and soul experience.
5 on April 22, 2012
We stayed there just this weekend. Wonderful place!!! Can't wait to stay there again. If you get a chance try it out. You will fall in love with it!
5 on August 24, 2011
We have been visiting Geneva for at least ten years and choose Polly Harper Inn for the outstanding rooms, service, cleanliness and great breakfasts. Would highly recommend this and we have to many of our friends who agree with our evaluation. Perch
5 on March 19, 2011
We stayed Friday to Saturday of this week and it was amazing. We stayed one night but wish we could have extended it! The inn is quaint with attention to detail from the decor to the huge breakfast served in the morning. It has a watchtower and is located next to miles of vineyards. The innkeepers are friendly and are available for all of your needs. We will be back thanks again!
5 on July 29, 2010
What a beautiful, quiet home! The decor is absolutely beautiful! Susan and Jeff were very hospitable offering directions to local attractions and providing a great breakfast. Nice amenities such as coffee, tea, popcorn, wine glasses. The bed was very comfortable. We would definitely recommend the Polly Harper Inn to others. The breakfast alone makes the trip worthwhile!
3.2 on April 22, 2010
We have been here a couple times. It's very nice but when we arrived the second time the fireplaces were not turned on because they owners didn't think it was cold enough. But quite frankly for $160 a night if I want to run the fireplace, whether it's cold or not, it should be my option. On their website they say the rooms have fireplaces, but don't indicate that they are shut off. BTW we went in late september and it was very chilly out! We do love it at The polly Harper Inn and will return. I will just make sure when the room is booked that this ammenity is available when we plan to go.
In response to the review dated 4/22/09,we found it curious that the guests who submitted the review on the above date actually stayed last September. Also, we always encourage our guests to call us if they have any questions during their stay. No call was made as we strive to respond if there is a concern. Regarding the fireplaces, when the weather is warm the central air-conditioning is activated. This necessitates shutting down the gas fireplaces as they give off a lot of heat, thus defeating the purpose of the A/C. Sometimes, especially during spring and fall, outside air temperatures can change dramatically with the passage of fast moving weather fronts. This can make it difficult to determine the most comfortable temperature. To reiterate,we found it a bit odd that a review was posted 7 months after a stay. Possibly, other personal issues initiated this much delayed response. Sue and Jeff Burkholder Polly Harper Inn
3.6 on January 25, 2010
We have stayed here twice and love the location and the rooms. The only downside is that the breakfast tends to lean towards the sweet and cold. Lots of sweets and no hot foods.
4.6 on August 22, 2009
We enjoyed a quiet get away in the Polly Harper Room. We watched the deer in the vineyards from the tower window. It was a relaxing stay, just what we were looking for.
5 on January 11, 2009
We stayed at Polly Harper Inn New Years Eve. It was a wonderful experience. The "continental breakfast" was so much more than we expected. The food was totally awesome and sinfully delicious! The view spectacular, and the beds were extremely comfortable. An all around wonderful experience, and a terriffic value. We will definately be back!!
5 on November 09, 2008
The accommodations were wonderful and all the details were attended to. Everything was very clean and the breakfast was great. Very romantic and so close to Chalet Debonne.
Cleveland, OH (CLE-Hopkins Intl.) 45 miles
I-90 to Geneva Exit 218, South to South River Road, West to the Polly Harper Inn
Beach, Lake, National/State parks, Picnic area, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub
Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails
Jeffrey and Susan Burkholder