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Punderson Manor Lodge


    Punderson Manor Lodge
 in Newbury
    Punderson Manor Lodge
 in Newbury

Overview

Located 30 minutes east of downtown Cleveland, Punderson Manor Lodge began as an English Tudor-style mansion built in 1929 on one of Ohio's few kettle (natural) glacial lakes. Each of the original seven guestrooms in the estate is individually decorated with period antiques and reproduction furnishings. Perhaps the most famous guestroom at the Manor is the infamous Windsor Suite, located at the top of a spiral staircase. A later addition included 24 guestrooms, ADA-accessible accommodations, and a hospitality suite. All guestrooms in the historic Manor House feature modern amenities, including WiFi and flat screen televisions with cable service.

Punderson Manor Lodge also includes 26 two-bedroom cabins along the scenic Ohio property. These pet-friendly cabins sleep up to six and are perfect for a summer family getaway.

Local lore suggests that Punderson Manor is home to and haunted by at least 12 long-term spirits from the past that have never left, including children, prior owners, a bride, local business persons, and prior help.

Original Property Opened: 1929

Contact Information:
11755 Kinsman Road
Newbury, OH 44065

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946.

The Great Depression, 1929 ~ 1938

Located 30 minutes east of downtown Cleveland, Punderson Manor Lodge began as an English Tudor-style mansion built in 1929 on one of Ohio's few kettle (natural) glacial lakes. Each of the original seven guestrooms in the estate is individually decorated with period antiques and reproduction furnishings.

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