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1830 Hallauer House Bed & Breakfast

6 reviews

14945 Hallauer Rd
Oberlin, OH 44074-9717 US



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$125 to $185

Payment types accepted include Visa, Travelers Checks, Personal Checks, Master Card, American Express, Discover and Cash.

The types of beds available include Double, Twin and Queen.


Circa 1830. Rich in the legacy of the Civil War era, this historic Greek Revival country inn was built in 1830 and has been restored with modern conveniences. The Hallauer House Bed & Breakfast spans two acres in Oberlin, Ohio with fish ponds, fire pits, streams and delightful pathways to enchanted garden rooms. Swim in the heated in-ground pool surrounded by lush landscape. Totally relax in the Asian Spa that features a sauna and Jacuzzi tub with candles and music to accent the peaceful ambiance. Sit and play one of the many instruments by the wood-burning stove in the Music Room. Amenity-filled guest bedrooms and a suite are named after the specific divisions of the Civil War. Savor a three-course breakfast each morning. Packages and specials are often available.Location: Country and Cleveland.


Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Snacks/Refreshments.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Full Breakfast, Picnic Lunches, Snacks/Refreshments, Vegetarian Breakfast and Full Gourmet Breakfast.
Amenities In Room: Coffeemaker, Iron/Ironing Board, Wireless Internet Access, Snack Bar, Telephone, Television, Refrigerator, Fireplace, Hair Dryer, Heating, Cable TV, Bathrobes, Bath Amenities, Air Conditioning and Whirlpool in suite.
Amenities On Site: Hot Tub/Jetted Tub, Phone, Pool, Copy Machine, Hot Tub/Spa, Parlor Games, Sauna, Gym, Swimming, Free parking on premise, Library, Fireplace, Exercise room with new equipment, Ponds & small stream, Outdoor sitting areas, Outdoor fire pits, Fishing pond, Sauna with dry heat, Heated in-ground swimming pool, Walk-through gardens with stream, pond and winding paths.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access, Hair Dryer, Iron/Ironing Board, Gym On-site, Flexible Cancellation, Daily Newspapers, FAX On-site, Television, Flexible Check in/out Times, Desk, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Internet Access, heated swimming pool, sauna, printer access, in-room TV's, Free WIFI, free parking, late check-in, early breakfast or breakfast To-Go and desk space in rooms.
Languages Spoken: English



“We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. One of the nicest bed and breakfasts we've ever stayed in, and we have stayed at many. Beautiful rooms with very comfortable bed and spacious bathroom. Delicious and filling breakfast - every detail was lovely. Hosts were gracious and accommodating. I hope my daughter gets into Oberlin and that we can stay again and again!”
— Alison Paul


“Great breakfasts, terrific service. The owners are very welcoming and friendly. The pre-Civil War house has modern baths, TV in rooms, wireless internet, and lots of antique furnishings. Though other B&Bs are closer to Oberlin College, this is the best I've stayed in.”
— Bill Hilton


“We spent 5 consecutive nights in various BNBs in North Ohio. This one was by far our favorite! "Attention to details" is an understatement. I can't say what amazed me more - the fascinating artifacts and decor, the beautiful garden, the extra amenities(wifi, stocked fridge, pool, etc.), the lovely music room or the OVER THE TOP breakfasts. OK, being a foodie, the breakfast was definitely my favorite part. Exquisite table settings and wide variety of hot tea options was a treat. I loved the egg and cheese quiche we had on the first morning, served on an elegant bed of fresh spinach. The puffed pancakes with fresh peaches and blueberries was one of the most beautiful presentations I have ever seen - and it tasted even better. I could go on and on... Susan and Joe are the ultimate hosts, not only willing to share their knowledge and expertise, but also very interested in getting to know us. If we should chance again on a visit to Ohio, we would definitely make a special point to visit Hallauer House again.”
— Debra Erck