This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$249 - $250 per night 2 night min stay
$100 per night 3 night min stay
$257 - $359 per night 1-7 night min stay
$966 per week 7 night min stay
Rome City Travel Tips
Enjoy the Beauty of Sylvan Lake With Rome City Vacation Rentals
If you enjoy vacationing on a lake, you should consider Rome City vacation rentals. Most of the properties are within walking distance of Sylvan Lake, with some of them right on the water. The lake is the largest one in Noble County, offering over 600 acres of fun. In the summer, you can enjoy swimming, tubing, water skiing, jet skiing, or canoeing. Bring your own boat or rent one from a local shop. If you like the fish, you'll find walleye and bass. Rent a pontoon for a lazy day exploring the lakes bays. If your vacation home on Sylvan Lake doesn't have a private dock, you can use the public boat launch.
Explore Indiana From Rome City Lodging
While Rome City lodging provides you with a quiet location for relaxation, you might want to spend some of your vacation exploring the surrounding area. There are plenty of attractions and larger towns nearby, including Notre Dame and Fort Wayne. Halfway between Chicago and Toledo, you'll find Amish Country, one of the nation's largest Amish communities, where you can buy handcrafted furniture, quilts, and more. Pokagon State Park offers day use for hiking and picnics, and it has boat rentals.
Spend Your Vacation at Sylvan Lake Houses
At Sylvan Lake, houses for rent provide you with the comforts of home in a setting surrounded by beauty. While specific amenities vary by property, you can take advantage of fully equipped kitchens and living rooms with games and puzzles. Some vacation rentals feature master bedrooms with a master bathroom, giving you more privacy than you'd find in a hotel. Vacation homes in Rome City often allow you to separate kids into their own rooms, allowing for more peace and quiet.