This charming century home offers enough beds to sleep six; two bedrooms on the second floor each with a queen bed and enough room for a pack and play (for a little one); also, a twin bed in a loft area; lastly, a third bedroom on the main floor with a twin bed.
You'll find this home very roomy and comfortable. It has a nice dinning room, living room with Internet,TV with over 40 local channels and DVD player and a selection of DVDs ,some books and games with a couch and a love seat, one bathroom, a laundry room complete with iron and ironing board,and a full kitchen with microwave, toaster, coffeemaker and all the other tools to make a home cooked meal. The home is also furnished with clean linens, towels, and paper products to start you off.
The front porch features two comfortable rocking chairs to rock away the stress, read a good book or plan your next adventure.
If you don't want to cook on your vacation there are plenty of delicious restaurants to choose from: Joey's Italian, Square Bistro, Morgan's Smokehouse, Cleets Sports Bar, NOCE Gourmet Pizza, El Patron Mexican, China House, Spinners Old Time Restaurant to start, and of course the traditional fast foods.
There is so much to do here in Chardon, also known as maple country. We have putt-putt golf, bowling, and a biking trail that runs from Middlefield to Lake Erie that is only 1000 ft away from house. Chardon square also offers a farmers market on Fridays (seasonal), art shows, craft shows, classic car shows, live entertainment, Geauga Lyric Theater, and of course the Geauga County Maple Festival in spring. In nearby Burton we have the county fairgrounds, which hosts the Geauga County Fair (Labor Day weekend) and two antique shows (spring and fall). Middlefield is the center for Amish culture featuring artisanal cheese and crafts.
In nearby Lake County, we have The Holden Arboretum, Lake Metro park system, and Kirtland Temple and village that has a strawberry festival in the spring.
Ashtabula to the east hosts a large amount of wineries, antiques, and covered bridges
The home is located 35 miles east of downtown Cleveland, Ohio, a city which has a great many things to offer. Visit at your leisure Cleveland Cultural Gardens along MLK Blvd, Rockefeller Greenhouse and park, University Circle, Crawford Auto and many more museums. The Playhouse Square is second only to New York. And, not to be missed is the famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For sports enthusiasts we have the Indians, the Browns, and the Cavs. East 4th is known for its bar scene and high end restaurants, notably those of world renowned chefs Michael Symon and Jonathan Sawyer. Lola and Greenhouse Tavern are a must for the foodies (reservations recommended).”