This beautifully remodeled lake-view home with a nautical theme, adjacent to the Historic Portage Lakes, is perfect for that special Romantic Getaway - Fishing Trip - Peaceful Relaxation Vacation or Out-Of-Town Guests.
The Nautical House is owned and managed by Roy Baine, owner of Baine's Pier 619 Pontoon Boat Rentals, and located directly behind Pier 619, and Mr. Baine's residence.
The 2-story home has 1 and 1/2 baths and 3 bedrooms to comfortably sleep 6. A full kitchen, dining room and living room.
From May until October, a free guided tour of the historic Portage Lakes is included with every 7-day stay. Invite up to 10 people to join you for a relaxing cruise. Pontoon boats, kayaks, and a small fishing boat are also available to rent from Pier 619.
Historic Dietz's Landing restaurant is within a very short walking distance. The Upper Deck bar and grill, a one-time stage coach depot, is right across the lake. Also within a short distance are Turkeyfoot golf course, farmers markets, grocery stores and a mall.
BOATING & FISHING: For the fisherman, Portage Lakes offers a wide variety of exciting freshwater fishing including largemouth bass, black and white crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, pumpkinseed, warmouth sunfish, yellow perch, channel catfish, bullhead, white sucker, and carp. Crappie and bass fishing is particularly productive during April, May, and June; bluegill and catfish angling during the summer. Ice fishing for bluegill and crappie is also very popular in the Portage Lakes. Bass fishing tournaments are held throughout the Spring and Fall.
ATTRACTIONS: WGC-Bridgestone Invitational World Series of Golf - Firestone Country Club, Football Hall of Fame,
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland Horseshoe Casino, Thistledown Racino and Race Track, Akron Inventors Museum, Cedar Point Amusement Park, and Sugarcreek and Walnut Creek Amish communities are just a few of the attractions from Cleveland to Canton and in between. Also less than an hours drive to the Cleveland Browns and Indians stadiums and the Cavs arena.
Just a 10 minute drive to the University of Akron, known the world over for their research in polymer science, and EJ Thomas Preforming Arts Hall.
CHILDREN and PETS: Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets.
Swimming, Boating, Golfing, Fine Dining, Bar & Grill, World Famous Cedar Point Amusement Park, Attractions, Wooded Parks, Museums, Inventors Hall of Fame, Art Galleries, Amish Country, Wineries, Skiing, and much, much more.
Events: World Series of Golf, Football Hall of Fame yearly inductions, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame yearly inductions, All-American Soap Box Derby
Golf: With over 900 golf courses throughout the state of Ohio, Akron has a numerous amount of it's own. Turkeyfoot Golf Course is literally within walking distance of the Nautical House. Mayfair Country Club, Prestwick, Raintree, and the famous Firestone County Club's public course are a 5 minute drive. You can golf a different course everyday of your stay!!
Ski: Brandywine/Boston Mills has been voted the best Ski Resort in the greater Cleveland/Akron area. Just a 40 minute drive away, the resort offers not only skiing but snowboarding and tubing too!
If you're interested in sledding and ice skating, Firestone Metropolitan Park (10 minutes away) offers some of the best sledding hills around, and a pond for ice skating.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
Peak Season & Holidays
Mar 14 2014 - Nov 30 2014
|Refundable damage deposit||$300.00|
|Notes||$825-$895 per week
Peak-Season months: March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October & November, 1 week min. stay required.
(4 night min. stay if avail.)
Weekly rates: $825
Off-Season months: December thru Febuary: 3 nights min, stay required, excluding holidays*.
Weekly rates: $695
Weekends: Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Weekdays: Monday - Thursday
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.