The Lakehouse Inn is a bed and breakfast on Lake Erie in Ohio located on the southern shore on the west end of Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio’s first summer resort. We are 50 miles east of Cleveland, Ohio and 50 miles west of Erie, PA. A perfect weekend/weekday getaway within Northeast Ohio’s Wine Country.
Our facility consists of an air-conditioned bed & breakfast with eight guestrooms and four cottages, a wine-tasting room, a day spa and a restaurant situated on just under 2 acres of lakefront property.
We have complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access for your laptop or PDA.
Enjoy fabulous sunsets over Lake Erie while lounging on the patios, sample our wine, or take a walk along the beach.
The Lakehouse Inn is not just a summer getaway. We offer a number of packages/events throughout the year. Fall colors are vivid, and Lake Erie is intriguing during the winter months. Plan a “Lake Erie Wines & Vines” Wine Trail excursion. There are 20 wineries on the “Lake Erie Wines & Vines” Wine Trail.
Have dinner at Crosswinds Grille. Enjoy delicious cuisine and the views of Lake Erie all in one location! Crosswinds Grille is the perfect setting for a celebration or a romantic dinner for two.
Treat yourself to a day of pampering at our day spa. From massages to manicures to facials, The Spa at The Lakehouse Inn offers a variety of services that will leaving you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated!
The Inn is within walking distance of Geneva State Park Marina, Adventure Zone, Old Firehouse Winery, and “The Strip” where there are games, small shops, and an array of eateries. The Lakehouse Inn is also located just 7 miles from Spire Institute, a state of the art indoor/outdoor sports complex. The Lakehouse Inn is is an ideal lodging facility for family and friends visiting the area to watch athletes compete at Spire Institute.
How about a round of golf or a hiking, biking excursion. We are a short distance from the Metroparks biking/walking trails. If you would like to get out for a drive, may we suggest a trip to the historic Ashtabula Harbor, a stroll through one of Ashtabula County’s Covered Bridges, or a visit to one of the local wineries.