Near Cedar Point and Sandusky, Lake Erie Island ferries(less than 30 minutes), Norwalk Raceway Park, Firelands Museum, Edison's Birthplace, six wineries, birding and antiquing. Specialty shops, restaurants, Day Spa, Firelands Museum within 15 min. walk. In 2013 received its twelfth prestigious AAA Four Diamond award. A 1906 Georgian style mansion with over 9000 sq ft is located on 1.3 acres in the architecturally-rich West Main Street Historic District near other large estates. The spacious mansion provides guests with plenty of privacy -- 4 well appointed guest rooms (all with walk in closets and one room large private balcony overlooking gardens and landscape pond). Lovely Victorian and nautical artworks in plush surroundings. Guests are encouraged to use the 5 public rooms, and 2 patios plus stroll through great gardens (appeared on cover page of "Ohio Magazine") with pond and waterfalls. A serene and romantic getaway for bridal couples, an anniversary, vacationing or anyone wishing a quiet getaway with that special person or friends. Great spot for four couples who wish to play golf or have a small reunion of friends / family. Very elegant, yet warm and comfortable.
So spacious, relaxing and romantic with a Queen size, four poster canopy bed with spiral posts and matching dresser all in Pennsylvania House cherry finish. Enjoy the garden views and birds and squirrels from your own private balcony with wicker furniture. Listen to the water falls below and you enjoy a glass of wine. Plenty of space inside too with a sitting area with two confortable upholstered chairs and two walk-in closets. The large bath has a combination tub shower and with fluffy robes and towels. May 1-Nov 30 - $215/night & Dec-Apr 30 -$160/night.
Antique lovers dream with well coordinated window and wall treatments. Gorgeous antique burl walnut full bed with high headboard/footboard and a beautiful crown over the head of the bed. Furnishing include antique marble top, mirrored dresser and a marble top night stand, antique walnut slant top desk, two chairs, floor lamp. Large bath with whirlpool tub jaccuzzi / shower (one person unless you are creative)dressing bench and brass towell rack in bath also. Walkin closet plus a dressing area with built in vanity. Robes. High season -May 1- Nov 15; Low season Nov 16 -Apr 30
Warm and cozy furnishings including a four poster broken pediment queen bed in a warm cherry finish. Write a comment in the guest room book at the cherry secretary .. Enjoy a movie or your favorite tv show from one the two chairs located in front of the non working mantled fireplace fronted by a brass fireplace screen and an english riding print on the wall above. Fluffy robes are located in your large walk-in closet. The attached bath has a combination tub / shower.. Wireless internet available.
One can enjoy views of the attached park like estate or portions of the rear gardens from windows in this room. You'll love the comfort of the pillow -top mattress in the four poster cherry rice pediment bed (queen)where you relax and watch your favorite cable show in the cherry armoire housing your tv. The cherry desk and our wireless internet makes it convenient for updating your laptop emails. lugguage is hidden out of sight in the walk in closet where youll find fluffy robes. Spacious private bath is only a few steps directly across the side hall from the room.
4.8 on August 06, 2014
This is a lovely Inn in a beautiful town. The hosts are very nice.
4.6 on July 01, 2014
Had a special weekend at this sleepy inn. We were impressed with every aspect of our stay. Way beyond the average Bed & Breakfast experience. The innkeepers were friendly and engaging. The food was out of this world. Would highly recommend.
5 on April 03, 2014
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful stay for the weekend at the Georgian Manor. The innkeepers gave excellent service and went above and beyond in giving us tips on local shopping, restaurants and wineries including directions. The home was perfectly clean and the breakfasts were amazing. It was a pleasure meeting Gene and Judy. We would highly recommend their bed and breakfast. Five stars!
5 on March 23, 2014
We decided to go up early for a church retreat at Lakeside. Found this B&B more or less by accident on Bedandbreakfast.com. Great place - we've already booked another stay just because it was so nice - and we're taking friends this time.
5 on March 06, 2014
Beautiful rooms, great food, great company... :-)
5 on October 29, 2013
Georgian Manor is gorgeous, and clean, and very welcoming. The breakfasts were delicious and beautifully presented. Our room was clean and very comfortable. We had a private balcony overlooking the lovely garden behind the house. We thoroughly enjoyed the conversations with our hosts and fellow guests. The location was perfect... walking distance to downtown and easy drive to nearby wineries. We hope to go back there again!
5 on September 30, 2013
My wife, sister, brother-in-law and I stayed at this beautiful Inn this past weekend. We all had a great time visiting area wineries, a fascinating local museum, nearby nature preserve and the marblehead light house. The Inn was fabulous! The hospitality of the innkeepers second to none. Delicious meals and great conversations and to top it off the Ohio State Buckeyes won!! We want to thank Judy and Gene for making a memorable weekend possible. Deb, Pat, Barb & Jim
3.8 on September 22, 2013
Georgian Manor is a spacious, comfortable, VERY clean B&B. Although it wasn't full when we were there, it's large enough with thick enough walls that even full it would probably be peaceful and quiet. Most rooms have private en suite baths; one has a private bath across from it, in an alcove. Our large room faced the front of the home, with windows on two sides, yet was very quiet. It's a pleasant 10 minute walk downtown or to the Firelands Museum. We enjoyed morning walks in the neighborhood, checking out the other stately homes. There's plenty of private parking. Breakfasts were ample and nicely presented; however, it would be nice to have a continental breakfast option, with coffee available before the 9 AM breakfast time. Public rooms are comfortable and nicely decorated; better reading lights would be nice, though, since the lighting is too dim to enjoy the interesting selection of books & magazines in the evening. There's not an option for evening beverages, as in some B&Bs, so consider bringing your own. The host is happy to provide info about the area.
4.8 on August 29, 2013
My wife and I stayed here as we were in town for a wedding. Unfortunately we weren't really in a position in which to enjoy the Inn due to time constraints, but it was much much nicer than a hotel and only somewhat more expensive. One of the owners, Gene, talked to us a great deal about the house's history and generally made us feel very welcome. The room was lovely and the breakfast was incredibly good!
5 on August 29, 2013
Gene and Judy are true gems. Gene most graciously waited up for my late arrival after my drive turned out to be much longer than anticipated. Judy's breakfast of french toast with fruit and sausage links was delicious! The house is absolutely beautiful and very well maintained with plenty of spaces, books to read, a sun room, etc. I only wish I could have spent more time there.
Cedar Point Amusement Park, Lake Erie Islands, Norwalk Raceway Park, Put-n-Bay, Thomas Edisons birthplace, Kelleys Island, Countryside, Lakeside, Small town, Suburban, Wine country
Cleveland, OH (CLE-Hopkins Intl.) 50 miles
Just outside airport, take I480 west to route 10. Follow route 10 into route 20 West. Watch speed thru Wakeman. Edge of Norwalk follow 20 into Norwalk. Do not get on bypass! Road stops at East Main Street. Turn left and follow Main St. thru center of town. We are at 123 West Main St. on left. Home is illuminated at night. One can use the Ohio Turnpike also off I-480 west as shown above.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Cedar Point Amusement Park nearby, President Hayes Home & Center, Norwalk Raceway Park IHRA - Drag Racing, Edison's Birthplace, Lake Erie & Islands, historic Norwalk West Main Street, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Urban Inn, Historic Inn, Homestay
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer , Jacuzzi in one room, Architecturally rich historic neighborhood, Fireplace and balcony one room, Plus 600 book Library, Five public rooms, one with fireplace, Wonderful gardens with birds & squirrels
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Library - 600 books, Lighted Tennis courts - nearby, drag racing - Norwalk Raceway, historic and stately homes, gardens on site and walking trails nearby, water activities, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Video Arcade
Gene and Judy Denney
People oriented. Significant interest in landscaping and gardening, stock investing, golf, travel, fishing, most sports, antiques, history, genealogy, reading (particularly American Presidents and English Royalty), card and game playing, decorating and shopping.
Great place for getting together with friends or relatives. Our spacious b&b, with 5 public rooms, 2 patios and outside garden rooms, offers great private conversational spots and wonderful for friends or couples looking for a special, elegant lodging. Save on packages or email us with your requests / thoughts. Many vacation hot spots in the area or enjoy the fine architecture and history of the mansion and estates on West Main Street. Championship golf course within 10 minute drive. Walking distance to restaurants,day spa, shopping, Library, Firelands Museum, tennis courts and perhaps the best street in Ohio for home architecture. Sorry -No Children