The Old Stone House

Circa 1825, one of 19 hand-chiseled sandstone dwellings in Ohio

Featured in Ohio Magazine’s September 2013:  Six Memorable Bed and Breakfasts in Amish Country.

Amish Country – Wine Destination – 10 State Parks – Lakes – Outdoor Activities

If you desire authentic experiences, you will find meaningful connections with people, culture, food and adventure at the Old Stone House and its surroundings. Located in Trumbull County, Ohio, and central to Geauga, Ashtabula and Portage Counties with quick access to Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Akron.

There is no time for boredom: Lakes for canoeing, kayaking and fishing; hunting; attractions for swimming, hot air ballooning and parachuting; State Parks, parks with canopy walk, bicycle and hiking trails and observatory; cross country and alpine skiing, tobogganing, snow shoeing; sleigh rides, maple syrup sugar cabins, hay rides, golfing, farm markets, auctions, Civil War Monuments, Western Reserve architecture. Amish dinners and buggy rides, Amish culture tours, and of course, 28 wineries within a local driving radius!

All seasons! Pick one or experience all four in amazing Northeast Ohio!

Accommodations

A traditional Bed and Breakfast uniquely Farm to Table!
Hearty homemade breakfast with cinnamon rolls, homemade bread and jam, egg dishes, potatoes pierogies, fruit and yogurt, granola, coffee, tea, orange juice, bottled water, cold tap, ample parking, concierge service.

$135/night

1st Floor Suite King Bed, Private Bath, TV (Roku), Leather Recliner,  2 Chairs & Table, Daybed – $15 Extra

 $125/night

2nd Floor – 2 Rooms; each with Queen Bed, Private Bath, Luggage Rack, Small dresser
Extra:  Futon – 1 person/Sitting Area Must share bath; Used with family stay for extra person – $25/night

$95/night

2nd floor Rooms – 3 Rooms, shared bath, 1 queen, 2 bedrooms each with double beds
Includes full country breakfast

Experience

If you desire authentic experiences, you will find meaningful connections with people, culture, food and adventure at the Old Stone House and its surroundings. Located in Trumbull County, Ohio, and central to Geauga, Ashtabula and Portage Counties with quick access to Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Akron.

History of the Old Stone House

The Old Stone House is an architectural curiosity located in an 18th century township with horse and buggy travel creating a romance between past and present allowing you to disengage from the busyness of life.

The Old Stone House provides 18th Century charm with 21st Century technology. Hand-chiseled sandstone foundation walls are 2 feet deep, 1st floor 19 inches and 2nd floor 14 inches.  Floors and beams are chestnut and architecture is Greek Revival with a hint of Federal period.  The historic simplicity and surrounding countryside will stir melancholy into your spirit and have you dream again.  WiFi available.

Eco Friendly

In keeping with preservation, our home is eco-friendly.  We buy quality homemade goods, use geothermal heating and cooling, support local artisans and buy from farmers we know by name.

WiFi Available

Experience

Plan a new experience for yourself, family, friends or just the two of you.  Meet-up for a retreat, vacation, get-away or reunion surrounded by 11 acres of fields and woods entertained on the back patio with fire pit roaring at night enveloped by a sky full of stars or front deck with soft light and evening sounds of buggies and crickets.  If it’s too quiet, there are many local wineries within 10 to 25 minutes’ drive.  Secluded or with other guests in animated conversation, the house is spacious to accommodate your desires.

The Old Stone House is conveniently located to nearby trails for hiking, kayaking, canoeing, parachute jumping, and bicycling to name a few.  It is situated within 10 State Parks for your recreational activities.  We’d love to make a personalized travel itinerary for you during your stay with your specific interests.  There are two cheese houses, many Amish and non-Amish businesses, farm markets, horse sales, Amish auctions and school fund raisers, coffee houses, flea markets and antiques and specifically walking distance from the historical End of the Commons General Store.

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