Catch your next exciting vacation adventure at Fisherman’s Hide Out! This charming two-story cottage with great access to Geneva-on-the-Lake’s famous strip and Township Park is nicely located at the back of the historic Eagle Cliff property and boasts every modern-day convenience travelers are looking for. A welcoming, well-appointed interior comfortably accommodates up to 5 guests and the outdoor living features are perfect for enjoying a beautiful Ohio day.
Amenities offered by Fisherman’s Hide Out include Wi-Fi and cable, A/C and heat, a fully equipped kitchen with dishes, silverware, and cooking utensils, crisp bed linens, and fresh towels and bath essentials for the downstairs bath. One king bed and one queen bed upstairs in the private quarters sleep four and a sleeper sofa that folds out into a single bed in the downstairs sitting area sleeps one more. Outdoor living highlights include a screened porch with cozy swing and seating, second-floor balcony, a stocked propane grill, and dedicated covered patio table. And the community fire pit area is always a big hit after a fun day of north shore activities.
Larger groups looking for more space can book additional suites or cottages at Eagle Cliff here [eaglecliffinn.com].
Check in is 4:00 p.m. and checkout is 11:00 a.m. Parking is easily accessible just off Lake Road.
Geneva-on-the-Lake in Ashtabula County, known as the “First Resort Village in Ohio,” is an old-fashioned lakefront getaway offering something for everyone, and Fisherman’s Hide Out is in an ideal location for walking and easy driving to attractions on the famous entertainment Strip and north shore.
• Restaurants, nightclubs, amusement rides, ziplines, live entertainment, arts, unique shopping, and arcades provide entertainment for everyone in your group, including the evening concerts in Township Park. Play a round of golf at one of Geneva’s in-town or area golf courses. For family fun try one of the many miniature golf courses.
• Explore more than 20 Northeast Ohio wineries just minutes from Fisherman’s Hide Out – two within walking distance. The Ashtabula and Lake County grape-growing regions produce most of Ohio’s wine grapes, giving our area the reputation as the state’s finest. And don’t forget about our famous covered bridges.
• Arriving by boat? Dock within the safety of the harbor at nearby Geneva State Park. And Lake Erie itself has so much to offer: Book a sunset cruise or a fishing charter. Swim at the State Park or stroll along the beach, then take a ride on the Ferris wheel. There are several restaurants and wineries right on the lake, and our spectacular sunsets offer the perfect subject for photo enthusiasts.