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K.M. Adams and D.A. Johnson June 29, 2013

Cleveland, OH

Great ambiance and we will be back soon!

Laurie W. March 24, 2013

Sheffield Lake, Ohio, USA

We stayed here on March 21, 2013 and Richard greeted us at the door. He is so kind and warm and very friendly. Its always nice to go to a B&B, its wonderful. We stay at one whenever we can. Richard showed us around the house and let us know he is around if you need anything. The home is absolutely gorgeous. There are so many awesome antiques. Our room was nice, cozy and the quilt was very warm as it was a tad chilly outside but having the jacuzzi was refreshing and the water was nice and hot to enjoy. Breakfast was great, a special french toast he made with bacon and fresh fruit and great coffee. He sat and talked with us for a while and made us feel at home. I would not hesitate at all to stay here again. Its very worth it!

DEB January 14, 2013

Perrysburg, Ohio

My husband and I stayed at The Victorian Tudor Inn during New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. We value any historical ambiance, a worthy collection of antiques and art work, and the most expensive word in our language - 'kindness.' You will find yourself enveloped in an atmosphere of history, beauty, and intrigue as you tour through the Inn. It is clean, decorated to perfection, and so conveniently located to a dozen major attractions. We stayed in the Greenslade Room, which was absolutely gorgeous. We were treated to a breakfast of apple cinnamon french toast, organic berries, and bacon. Mr. Richard Stegman has given an incredible amount of detail to the Victorian Inn, concentrating on historical authenticity and charm. This is a diamond to be found and experienced in Bellevue, Ohio. We have stayed in Bed and Breakfast facilities on Rainbow Row in Charleston, and none compare to the immaculate reception we found here.

Dani and Chris January 2, 2013

Rochester, NY - New York, United States

My boyfriend and I stayed for a weekend last summer. I was making a scrapbook with photos from our first vacation together and found a bunch of the Tudor Inn. It was a great reminder of the fantastic time that we had. This house was by far one of the most magical places I've ever stayed. It truly was like a home away from home. We can't wait to go back!

Jac/Sonni October 16, 2012

Ferndale, MI, U,S

We spent several days at The Victorian Tudor and found the bedrooms, antiques and Richard's hospitality to be simply marvelous. The house is beautiful and tastefully decorated. Richard was so gracious and paid attention to every detail, including packing us snacks for the road the day of departure. We looked forward to morning breakfast and his pleasant conversation. Without a doubt we will return. What a pleasant experience.

Ellen August 16, 2012


My husband and I took our daughters (ages 12years and 7 years) to Cedar Point. The hotels around the park were very expensive and not very nice. We decided to stay at the Victorian Tudor Inn. It turned out to be a hidden treasure! We rented the Greenslade Suite with the extra room. It was beautiful. It has a huge bathroom with a jacuzzi tub and a double shower. My girls were thrilled to have their own beds in their own room. Richard welcomed our family warmly. We stayed 2 nights. Each morning , we had a delicious breakfast at a dining room table! All of this for much less than the price of a 1970's hotel room at Cedar Point. We are planning to visit again.

Dino July 26, 2012

Cleveland, Ohio

This B&B was perfect! Richard was great and always looking to make us more comfortable, offering anything possible to make the visit more enjoyable. My fiance and I were looking for a nice B&B where we could take a motorcycle trip along the lakeshore and spend some time riding and enjoying the B&B. The place was just great, town nice too and just a short ride up to Sandusky. We found Richard to be one of the most hospitable people we've ever met. We would very much recommend this B&B!

Mary Sue July 23, 2012

New Jersey

We were traveling East to go home in N.J. We saw this wonderful looking Inn we decided to see about availability. We met the wonderful innkeeper, Richard , and he only had ONE suite available on a Tues. He showed it to us, and he really didn't have to, we were sold when we first met him and walked into the entrance of the Inn! We just lucked into finding The Victorian Tudor Inn in Bellevue, OH (which by the way has great local places to eat). This is a gorgeous, clean, enjoyable, comfortable place to stay. We stayed in the Nature Room, which is very large with a huge private bathroom and decorated with actual paintings, hand woven vintage oriental carpets, & antique porcelains. I will add I almost felt I should have paid admission to see Richard's museum quality antiques. We will stop in Bellevue on our future trips to see our kids in South Bend so we can try another suite. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

Michele Coon July 4, 2012


We had a fantastic time at tThe Victorian Tudor Inn. My 4 and 17 year old children my husband and I enjoyed the friendly and informative Richard and the tidiness of the inn.The porch outside and "secret garden" were great relaxing places for us.The location was awesome,playground and restaraunts within walking distance.The tea party and delicious breakfast was over the top! All the intricate decorations in the inn kept us busy trying to examine all the details and care put in to place. We hope to visit again soon.

Patty Nichols July 1, 2012

Lansing, MI

We made the mistake of making a reservation at the Bellevue Hotel and Suites. The Lobby was wonderful, but the rooms AWFUL as was the staff. Fortunately for us the Victorian Tudor Inn had a last minute cancellation. It was WONDERFUL. Unique surroundings, helpful staff, clean, awesome breakfast made to order and complimentary bottles of water and pop. AND, just a few dollars more than the horrible hotel. We highly RECOMMEND.