You’d probably get away more frequently if it was more affordable, right? (We thought so.) Fortunately, Ohio is home to some beautiful, unique places to stay overnight that won’t cost you an arm and a leg. From charming bed and breakfasts to fun “glamping” options, here are 10 amazing places to stay overnight in Ohio that won’t break the bank.
1. Luftberg Farm B&B (Butler)
This lovely little bed and breakfast within the heart of Ohio's Mohican area features multiple rooms for just $100 a night, breakfast included. (Pictured is the Cherry Room.) Luftberg Farm B&B is located at 6600 Bunkerhill South Rd., Butler, OH 44822.
2. Salt Creek Retreats (Laurelville)
Within the Hocking Hills area, Salt Creek Retreats features one yurt that can comfortably sleep up to five for $100 a night on weekdays and $125 a night on weekends. It features bunk beds, a futon, a sun dome, a propane heater for winter use (October-April) and a solar shower (for summer use only). Outside amenities include a large rock patio, a fire ring, a hammock, an outhouse, charcoal grill and a covered picnic table. Salt Creek Retreats is located at 17549 Crawford Rd., Laurelville, OH 43135.
3. Secluded Sanctuaries Tipi Buteo (Logan)
Also located within the Hocking Hills area is a traditional Sioux style tipi that features wood floors inside, a queen bed, indoor chiminea and seating for two. On weekdays it is $65 a night and on weekends it is $85 a night. Secluded Sanctuaries is located just off of State Route 93, about six miles south of Logan, OH 43138.
4. Six Acres Bed & Breakfast (Cincinnati)
Just 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati is this charming bed and breakfast, which features several rooms for just $99 a night (and $109-$149 a night on the weekends). Six Acres Bed & Breakfast is located at 5350 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45224.
5. Getaway Cabins Ladybug Loft (Bloomingville)
For just $89 a night (and $149 a night on the weekends), you can truly get away from it all at this romantic little cabin, which features a queen size bed, AC, a kitchenette, DirecTV, a hot tub and gas grill. Getaway Cabins is located at 26366 Chapel Ridge Rd., S. Bloomingville, OH 43152.
6. Getaway Cabins Eagle’s Nest (Bloomingville)
For a larger cabin getaway, bring the family or split the price of this 4-person cabin with another couple. Eagle's Nest Cabin costs $139 a night on the weekdays (and $219 a night on the weekends). It features a queen size bed, a plush futon, a standard kitchen, a hot tub, gas grill and DirecTV.
7. Ravenwood Castle Gypsy Wagons (New Plymouth)
For a truly unique, rustic getaway, check out the gypsy wagons at Ravenwood Castle. Each of the two heated wagons include ceiling fans and a kitchenette, but you will need to bring your own bedding, towels, air mattress or sleeping bag. Each wagon is just $69 a night. (Pictured is Gypsy King's Wagon.) Ravenwood Castle is located at 65666 Bethel Rd., New Plymouth, OH 45654.
8. Bayberry House Bed and Breakfast (Steubenville)
For just $89 a night, you can stay in a queen room at this historic and private bed and breakfast. (King rooms cost $129-$199.) Bayberry House Bed and Breakfast is located at 813 & 741 N 4th St., Steubenville OH 43952. (Pictured is Garrett House and a queen room.)
9. Clay’s Park Resort (Lawerence)
The canvas cabins at Clay's Park Resort in Lawrence is "where comfort meets a starry night." For four people on a weeknight, you can rent one for just $99 a night (or $129 per night for four people on a weekend). With custom, Amish built log furniture and wood platforms, these canvas tents feature one queen bed, one set of bunk beds and a trundle bed. Clay's Park Resort is located at 13190 Patterson St. N.W., N. Lawrence, OH 44666.
10. The Big Oak Bed & Breakfast Country Inn (Sandusky)
This home away from home features a delicious breakfast in the morning and cozy rooms that range in nightly rates from $75-$150. The Big Oak Bed and Breakfast Country Inn is located at 2501 S. Campbell St.,
Sandusky, OH 44870.
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