The 10 Most Unique Hotels in Ohio! By
Whether you're just looking to bunk down in Ohio for a night or you're taking a vacation in the beautiful Buckeye State, Ohio is full of unique and interesting hotels to make your stay memorable. Book a room at one of these 10 unique hotels in Ohio!
The Mohican Castle in Loudonville was originally constructed in 1996 by Jim Landoll whose passion project was to convert the old barn on his property into a castle. He opened it as a hotel with his wife, Marta, in 2002. It likely would have closed for good after a fire in 2008 destroyed the hotel restaurant, if not for Gordon Ramsey's intervention, when he featured the Mohican castle on his show, “Hotel Hell.” Since then the castle has made a complete turnaround and is thriving more than it has since its original opening.
This massive castle in Sidney, Ohio, has been a historic landmark for over 100 years. It's constructed entirely of 18-inch thick limestone bricks, and overlooks historic downtown Sidney, two acres of lawn, gardens and century-old Oak trees. Complete with a ballroom, banquet hall, and turret rooms, the Great Stone Castle Resort is great for weddings, receptions, parties, romantic getaways and more.
The Barn Bed Inn is on the estate of a 90-acre farm built by pioneer farmer, Fred Gehrig, who cultivated a career and a community around a natural water spring that still serves the house with water to this day. The farm has comfortable amenities, Amish cuisine, free Wi-Fi, and an epic and fascinating history, much of which recovered by John Schlabach, a 101-year-old man who lived near the estate all his life.
Why should your hotel just be a stop on the way to your vacation? Why not make your hotel one of the highlights? The Great Wolf Lodge in Mason, Ohio, is home to a massive 84-degree indoor water park featuring raft rides, water slides, a lazy river, and more.
Question: What's better than having a nice, secluded cabin in the woods?
Answer: Having a cabin... in the trees. The Mohicans features four quaint treehouses, two of which were designed by Pete Nelson, star of Discovery Channel's “Treehouse Masters.”
Although Ravenwood Castle was built in 1994, it was inspired by the defensive castles used by England and Wales in the 12th and 13th centuries. It features medieval-style décor with modern comforts, and has even expanded to feature a medieval village featuring cabins, performances, shops, and food.
The Hyatt Regency is conveniently located in the Historic Gateway Neighborhood in Cleveland. It's a quick walk to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the entertainment district, the theater district, the casino, and more. The hotel features historic vaulted ceilings, incredible architectural beauty, an 1890s Restaurant and Lounge, and a luxury spa.
The Gervasi Vineyard is dedicated to providing a fun, romantic, and relaxing atmosphere featuring fine dining, wine, couples’ classes and a full winery. You can stay in the villas or at the property's authentic original farmhouse from 1830. If you ever think about getting bored, you can play a round of golf, do some yoga at the studio, or relax in your room with a massage, facial, manicure & pedicure and private yoga sessions.
Spend a night or weekend in the fully-furnished Old Vermilion Jailhouse. Built in 1910, the jailhouse retains the original cells, bars, and layout. The interior was inspired by a European-style medieval castle and features luxurious décor and furnishings that will make you feel like royalty.
The Welsh Hills Inn is nestled on 15 wooded acres on the countryside. The Inn features over 5,000 square feet of accommodations, large rooms, and luxurious bedding. Just a short trip from the Inn is a golf course, shooting and archery range, horseback riding, hiking trails, tennis courts, and more!