The Victorian Tudor Inn  $$

5 Bedrooms in 4 Suites & an Extended-Stay Bed and Breakfast. 

The home, "​the prettiest in the city" (Bellevue Gazette, 1908), was designed by the famous Fremont, Ohio architect, S. H. Shively, for Newton and Moina Greenslade. The Greenslades were prominent business and civic leaders, and board member's of the city's First National Bank, a present day thriving bank. The Bellevue Greenslades were not only banking entrepreneurs, but also military leaders, such as Admiral John W. Greenslade, who held various crucial WW II appointments, including Commandant of the Navy's Twelfth Naval District.

The house is located in the prestigious and historical W. Main St. of Bellevue, Ohio, founded in 1815. Bellevue has the unique fame of being the home to Henry Flagler and Stephen Harkness. It was in Bellevue these two industrialists met John D. Rockefeller, a salesmen at that time. This relationship led to the founding of the Standard Oil Company as well as various railroads. Bellevue is located in the north central Vacationland area of Ohio. It's convenient location is approximately an hour from either Toledo or Cleveland and minutes from the Lake Erie shore including Sandusky, the Cedar Point Amusement Park and major indoor water parks. Its location provides a plethora of opportunities to antique, visit surrounding specialty shops, taverns, and unique restaurants. Wonderful museums and historical attractions dot the surrounding community, including Bellevue's Mad River and NKP Railroad Museum and Lyme Village. Additionally just minutes away is the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, the seven building Milan Historical Museum, the Merry–Go–Round Museum, Thomas Edison's boyhood home, and the Fostoria and Tiffin Glass Museums, just to name a few 

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408 West Main
Bellevue, OH 44811

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