For Day Nine of our 30 Days of Romantic Getaways, we are focusing on A Touch of Italy Bed & Breakfast in Port Clinton Ohio!
Are you looking for getaway in the Midwest that is quaint, romantic, away from the chaos and for a place to reconnect? Then consider A Touch of Italy Bed & Breakfast!
A Touch of Italy is a quaint B & B with an Italian flair located in Port Clinton Ohio.
Each guest is greeted at the front door with a bottle of Tavernello, which is Italy’s No 1 wine and offered a tour of the building.
For those who are planning an extra special getaway, you can request a “Lovers Package” for $40, (with a week notice) which includes:
- a cake with an Italian message written on it
- a dozen roses
- a card with a romantic message
- rose petals on the bed
And with your room key, you can get 5 – 10% off at select restaurants. Deborah, one of the owners of the B & B will secure your reservations so you get your discount at one of the following restaurants:
- 1812 Food & Spirits
- McCarthy’s Pub
- Dock’s Beachhouse
- Mon Ami Winery
- Ciao Bella
When you are making your reservation, you will also be asked what time you will like for your breakfast to be served.
Each of the rooms in the B & B have an Italian theme. The rooms are:
- Bella Roma – which means beautiful room and it has a private bathroom
- Bella Rosa – which is larger
- Bella Firenze – which is conveniently located next to the veranda overlooking the enormous backyard.
All of the rooms are furnished with a queen sized mattress, TV, DVD player, fridge, microwave and fluffy bathrobes. Sound machines and room darkening shades also are included for guest convenience.
If you are looking for a quaint weekend getaway, then consider A Touch of Italy B & B in Port Clinton!
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