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Recent Ohio reviews

  • Family of four plus one

    "I was impressed with the owner's accessibility. Once I was booked and paid, the owner was accessible via text. I had a few questions and he answered each one and was encouraging about having a good stay. Really nice man. The place is like an oasis. It was my husband and me and my kids 9 and 8 and my sister age 28 and we all had our own beds and the two full bathrooms was great. I would book it again for sure. Minutes from cedar point. And he let us in early on our day of arrival. He volunteered it. Nice man."
    Guest: Wendi F. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014
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  • Best place to stay on the strip!

    "I'm sitting at Abigail's as I write this. My seven-year-old is playing soccer with his grandmother on the huge private landscaped lawn, which is a few short steps down a path to a gorgeous gazebo on the lake. We have spent many a quiet evening at the gazebo watching the waves, enjoying a glass of wine while my son plays with sparklers or bubbles. The cottages are so much more than you'd expect from a little lakeside cottage, with beautiful hardwood floors, newly equipped kitchen, cozy bedrooms, and screened-in porch for pest-free eating. For rainy days they have dish t.v. and wifi. The places are immaculately kept by a friendly (and hard-working!) woman named Star. Fresh towels, and clean linens are also a part of the deal, along with a well-stocked kitchen (we found paper towels, paper plates, cutlery, wine glasses, and grill-ware in great condition). I also have to add that typically I hate hotel/cottage beds and tend to not sleep well, but that has NOT been the case here! Perhaps the only downside is that folks strolling the strip frequently walk by and gawk at how great this place is! It truly is a gem. Not only are you on the lake, you're literally a block away from Eddie's Grill and all the great things there are to do on the strip, no need to drive anywhere. A really fun, affordable, and relaxing vacation spot with all the amenities you could hope for."
    Guest: Steel Kitty Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 15, 2014
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  • Family Vacation

    "My siblings, myself and our families spent the week. The house was very spacious, clean and had plenty of furniture, we were by no means crowded. It was great to have fires by the lake in the evening. Wished the lake had been warmer but we saw some beautiful sunsets. We all enjoyed ourselves, nice to be close to the wineries for the adults and the adventure zone for the kids. We all agreed we would like to do again next year!! Thank you for opening your home to us!!"
    Guest: Chris Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • What a view!

    "We just returned from a great stay at this cottage. The photos shown are a very good representation of the interior. The other two bedrooms, not shown, one single - one double or queen (can't remember because we didn't use them) are small, but adequate. The bedding and towels were nice quality, and the master was very comfortable. There's a lake view from the master bdrm as well. The bathroom is small, but again adequate with a great shower head! :) The cottage was well equipped and clean. The yard facing the lake was large with no fences between neighbors. There are stairs that lead to a landing with a fire pit on the lake. Nice, but the stairs are a bit treacherous. Just use the hand rail. This property is in a neighborhood and close to other homes, but we did not find this an issue. The landscaping could use a little TLC, but could be the time of year. We would stay here again. Also had a chance to see the 1 bdrm right beside, which was equally nice. Kate, the owner is very accomodating."
    Guest: jtownjoni Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 6, 2014
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Ohio Travel Tips

Things to See and Do from Ohio Vacation Rentals

There are many different interesting museums in Ohio. The National Museum of the United States Air Force is reputed to be the world's oldest and largest aviation museums. It takes up over 17 acres of space in indoor hangars. There are more than 400 different aviation models and related vehicles on display and thousands of other related artifacts. In Toledo, you can visit one of the nation's leading art museums. The museum has 35 different galleries and exhibits up to 35, 000 pieces of artwork. These range from paintings to sculptures and contemporary artwork. The museum has a strong educational focus and for this reason, admission is free. There is even a family center where children can learn more about art in a fun and interactive way.

For one of the best Titanic exhibits ever, visit the COSI Museum. There you can see original artifacts from the fateful voyage and explore room recreations from the ship. If you enjoy wine, you will want to spend some time exploring the wine region of Ohio. The Wyandotte Winery has a reputation for being Ohio's premium winery. Here you can taste some of their award-winning wines. There is also the interesting Shawshank Redemption Trail which takes you to the various places the movie was filmed.

Favorite Seasons to Travel to Ohio Lodging

Most visitors come to Ohio during the warm summer months. The season starts in June and runs through early September. The days are generally hot and humid with occasional rain showers. Occasionally, thunderstorms bring heavy rain and strong winds, but severe weather occurs less frequently in Ohio. The busiest travel season is during July and August. Many people travel north to Lake Erie vacation rentals to spend their summer vacation on the lakeshore. The winter months can get quite cold, especially in the northern parts of the state. The lake effect can bring heavy snowfalls to the Cleveland area. The southern regions near Cincinnati have milder climates which are almost sub-tropical, as evidenced by the differing vegetation and landscapes.

Visitors to Ohio

Ohio is s great family destination. There are many different attractions that fulfill a wide range of interests. The big cities attract sporting fans to watch games in the major leagues. Those interested in history and culture can spend their vacations browsing the many interesting exhibits at the various museums. If you want a leisurely vacation, you can head to the lakeshore of Lake Erie and enjoy some water sports in the summertime, or check out Hocking Hills cabins near the Hocking Hills State Park's caves and waterfalls.

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