Looking for an overnight getaway that’s a little out of the ordinary? From castles to tree houses, Ohio features some pretty unusual hotels and bed and breakfasts’ that are sure to give you a memorable overnight stay.
1) Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade
This Victorian-era structure is made up of two nine-story buildings, and features a five-story arcade with a glass skylight spanning more than 300 feet along four balconies.
2) Landoll's Mohican Castle
Located in Loudonville, this magnifiecent getaway offers murder mystery dinners and other amenities sure to make you feel like the king/queen of the castle, (in addition to cottages and other suite options.)
3) The Golden Lamb Inn
Ohio’s oldest continuously operated hotel in Lebanon holds a unique dining experience, complete with antique furnishings and historic rooms upstairs where famous individuals such as Harriet Beecher Stowe and U.S. Presidents have stayed.
Pictured: The Charles Dickens Room
4) The Villas at Gervasi Vineyard
Canton is home to this upscale Tuscan inspired inn housing six Gervasi Villas, each comprised of four individual suites. This beautiful Italian getaway also (appropriately) features an Italian restaurant and winery.
5) Murphin Ridge Inn
Quaint, charming, and complete with Amish-style decor, this down-to-earth southern Ohio bed and breakfast is located in Adams County (less than 15 miles from the Great Serpent Mound.)
6) Ravenwood Castle
Another great castle getaway option is this lovely little Medieval structure, tucked away in the scenic Hocking Hills in New Plymouth.
7) The Mohicans
In addition to the great outdoors and beautiful cabins, The Mohicans (located in Glenmont) feature some mind-blowing tree houses (complete with electricity and running water) available for overnight stays.
8) The Welsh Hills Inn
This popular country bed and breakfast is located in Granville. In 2015, it achieved the Travelers' Choice Award's status as the #1 B&B and Inn in the United States as well as #5 in the world. (I mean, that's pretty impressive, guys.)
9) Great Wolf Lodge
This family favorite lodge in Mason features an indoor water park, (where the winter time no longer completely reigns.)
10) The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast
Millersburg is home to this charming, country style inn that will make you feel at home.
11) Great Stone Castle Resorts
This bed and breakfast in Sidney features a ballroom, conservatory, a spa, and various other amenities in addition to the overnight suites.
12) Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Now a historical landmark, this 1930s hotel features French art deco design.
Forget common motels and cabins. Why stay there when you could stay in a castle? Do you know of any cool places to spend the night in Ohio? Tell us in the comments below!