Renovated Bellevue home becomes inn|By AMANDA GODFREY

BELLEVUE Graced with native nicknames of admiration like "Spiderman's House," The Victorian Tudor
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

BELLEVUE

Graced with native nicknames of admiration like "Spiderman's House," The Victorian Tudor Inn is not the average inn. The 1908 structure is complemented with antiques, wooden walls and floors and its trademark "acorn" logo given by the 70-foot trees that tower nearby, dropping acorns to waiting squirrels.

Rick Stegman Jr., purchased the spacious home for $360,000 and invested about $50,000 in renovations and landscaping to convert the home into a bed and breakfast.

The Victorian Tudor Inn

Location: 408 West Main St., Bellevue.

Specs: 7,000 square feet with 23 rooms provides for three suites, one two-bedroom suite, a treat room, hot tub room, exercise area and a fully furnished extended-stay apartment.

Food: Breakfast is served by owner Rick Stegman Jr., and lunch and dinner are catered in by local companies.

Prices: A one-night stay in a suite costs between $165 and $185.

Specials: Packages include scheduled massages, and portraits are available upon request. The home can be booked for weddings, lunches, holiday parties and more.

Contacts: Visit www.victoriantudor.com or phone 419-483-1949 or 866-434-1949