Ideas for Romantic Getaways in Ohio

Thinking of visiting Ohio with your sweetheart? The proximity to the Great Lakes and the Appalachian Mountains leads to an abundance of romantic getaways in Ohio with places to hide away, hike, swim, watch sunsets, see historic sites, go antique hunting or spend the day with a massage and jacuzzi. Ohio romantic getaways are numerous and as varied as Ohio’s landscape.

The Cleveland area offers an array of romantic things to do, including watching a sunset, browsing for antiques, dining outdoors in the spring and summer, and listening to music in open air. One of the exciting places to visit in Cleveland is the Larchmere Boulevard antiques district where one can find bookstores, antiques, hand crafted items and a unique variety of eateries. Its offbeat charm will delight the senses as well as imagination. Cleveland also has many patio restaurants, where one can dine outdoors in a romantic setting. Interested in a night of music to soothe your souls? Then take in a concert at Cleaveland’s Nautica Pavilion. Its lovely setting along the Cuyahoga River will charm and enchant, as the skyline of downtown Cleveland is seen while listening to a concert. The Rockefeller Park Greenhouse, built at the turn of the century, is a delightful place to view a tropical garden with a variety of orchids, a desert garden filled with cacti, and a rainforest. At holiday time, the greenhouse boasts an array of pointsettias in red, white and pink. A fabulous way to end the day is watching the sunset from Edgewater State Park, on the west side, or traveling further east, to Mentor Headlands Beach. A sunset over Lake Erie makes for a truly romantic ending of a day of exploring the Cleveland area. Romantic bed & breakfast inns can be easily found in the Cleveland area.
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The islands of Lake Erie are another destination that will capture hearts and provide intimate treasured memories. Put-in-Bay, Kelleys Island, and Middle Bass Island all are a visitor’s delight. Included among romantic places to stay are the South Beach Resort, Big Oak Inn, built in 1879, and Black Squirrel. At Kelleys Island or Put-in-Bay, rent
kayaks and cruise along side by side, go swimming or hiking, visit a winery or explore sunny glistening beaches.

A visit to Ohio’s Amish country brims with charming destinations, including wineries, flea markets, chocolate makers, bakeries and, for exercise, hiking trails. In Millersburg, one can find the Garden Gate Get-a-Way, a bed & breakfast that offers tours. The Barn Inn, in the heart of the Amish country, is a rustic and elegant country inn in a quiet setting.

For a couple who love a mountain setting in which to hike, Cambridge, east of Columbus, at the edge of the Appalachian Mountains, offers antiques, a covered bridge and an historic area. The Colonel Taylor Inn Bed & Breakfast is a romantic place to stay while there.

Ohio offers an abundance of romance and wonderful memories. Romantic getaways Ohio is where the search should begin that will take you to Ohio’s paradise of romantic places.