Brant’s Apple Orchard is one of Ashtabula County’s most popular fall destinations. Brant’s has been well known for years their apple cider, but more recently they have opened to the public for some fall fun. So get ready take a stroll through their picturesque rolling hills of over 20 varieties of Apples!
Eyering Wetlands Metropark is an Ashtabula County Metropark that was opened in October 2017. Eyring Wetlands was the 5th Ashtabula County Metropark to open to the public since the 2014 park levy was passed. It is located in Geneva Ohio on 52 acres that were donated by conservationist Don Eyring. The Property was once a cornfield and dairy farm that was converted to wetlands over the years by Eyring and his colleagues, naturalist Herb Janke and biology professor Dr. Ed Hauser of Lakeland Community College.
Opened in 2013, Kosicek Vineyards was started by the Kosicek family who had been farming grapes for 3 generations along Lake Erie. This Winery offers over 20 different types of wines made from grapes that are estate grown or locally grown and crafted on site.
Vineyard Woods is located in the heart of the Grand River Valley wine region and offers a relaxing and scenic lodging experience. The Villa and Cottages at vineyard woods are the perfect settings for a romantic weekend getaway or just a great place to stay if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Vineyard Woods currently offers 4 lodging options, 3 located in the Vineyard Villa and one in the private Oak Cottage. More cottages are underway for the future.
Harbor Perk is an independent coffee shop and roasting co. located on Historic Bridge Street in the Ashtabula Harbor. Harbor Perk is housed in a historic brick building that was built around 1899. The Building was originally the site where bulk foods that were being dropped off by ships traveling through the Ashtabula Harbor would be stored until being sold at a market or grocery store. The port in Ashtabula Harbor was once the busiest port on The Great Lakes. Shipments of ore would be dropped off at the port be transported to Youngstown to be made into steel. Although the steel industry has diminished bridge street still holds a wonderful view into the history of the rust belt. Harbor Perk is located just off the harbor near the lift bridge that goes up every 30 minutes to let fishing boats & sailboats pass through providing a unique setting for your morning coffee break.
His Majesty’s Bed & Breakfast is housed in a charming Victorian home that was constructed in 1861. The bed & breakfast is located in Madison Ohio in the historic Madison Village neighborhood. It is also situated right in the heart of the Grand River Valley Wine Region. Its proximity to over 15 unique wineries makes it a great choice for a place to stay on your next Ohio wine tour. His Majesty’s is located just a short walk across the street from a sushi bar, 50’s diner, brewery, coffee shop and much more.
Hundley Cellars is a family owned winery Located on 35 acres in Harpersfield, Ohio. Opened in 2014 Hundley Cellars is a relatively new winery in the grand river valley wine region but quickly became a favorite among locals and visitors alike. This winery is housed in a renovated farmhouse and it surely makes you feel at home.