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Old Postal Cottage

5.0(102)SuperhostParkman, Ohio, United States
Tiny house hosted by Dorrie
3 guests2 beds1 bath
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The Old Postal Cottage, built in the 1840s, was the Parkman post office until mid 2018. It was completely renovated, and it is now a tiny house, located within an Amish community in Northeast Ohio. It has a private entrance, and is a cozy space, perfect for a getaway in the country, with access to all major roads and an easy commute to Cleveland, Youngstown, Akron, and many tourist attractions.

The space
The residence was completely renovated in 2018. The space has all modern amenities, including microwave oven, convection/toaster oven, induction cooktop, refrigerator/freezer, coffeemaker, electric kettle, purified water, cookware and utensils. Guests who wish to prepare meals may do so in the kitchenette. Coffee, tea, and snacks are provided, along with continental breakfast items, including the cottage's own exclusive granola. Extra towels, blankets, and toiletries are provided for guests' convenience.
The design and furnishings reflect the unique history of the cottage and the community.

Guest access
The Old Postal Cottage, built in the 1840s, was the Parkman post office until mid 2018. It was completely renovated, and it is now a tiny house, located within an Amish community in Northeast Ohio. It has a private entrance, and is a cozy space, perfect for a getaway in the country, with access to all major roads and an easy commute to Cleveland, Youngstown, Akron, and many tourist attractions.

Other things to note
The Old Postal Cottage, built in the 1840s, was the Parkman post office until mid 2018. It was completely renovated, and it is now a tiny house, located within an Amish community in Northeast Ohio. It has a private entrance, and is a cozy space, perfect for a getaway in the country, with access to all major roads and an easy commute to Cleveland, Youngstown, Akron, and many tourist attractions.
*Note: feel free to inquire about availability for dates not listed as open on calendar.

The Old Postal Cottage, built in the 1840s, was the Parkman post office until mid 2018. It was completely renovated, and it is now a tiny house, located within an Amish community in Northeast Ohio. It has a private entrance, and is a cozy space, perfect for a getaway in the country, with access to all major road…
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Sleeping arrangements

Common spaces
1 double bed, 1 sofa bed, 1 crib

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Wifi
Kitchen
Breakfast
Dedicated workspace
Hangers
Hair dryer
TV
Air conditioning
Heating

Accessibility

Getting inside

Well-lit path to entrance
Wide entrance for guests

Moving around the space

No stairs or steps to enter
Wide hallways

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Parkman, Ohio, United States

Geauga County has attractions that make it a destination for visitors: two cheese factories, many Amish owned small businesses, an antique mall, beautiful county parks, historic small towns, the oldest store in Ohio, a rich tradition in the maple syrup industry, local auctions and farmers' markets, miles of paved bicycle paths, and unique craft shops. The area has some of the world's best walleye and steelhead fishing in Lake Erie and its tributaries. Many vineyards and wineries and a few distilleries are within a short drive. Several convenience stores are within an easy walk or drive. Other stores, restaurants, and coffee shops are a 10-15 minute drive from the cottage.
Geauga County has attractions that make it a destination for visitors: two cheese factories, many Amish owned small businesses, an antique mall, beautiful county parks, historic small towns, the oldest store i…

Hosted by Dorrie

Joined in April 2012
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retired, from east coast, living in the midwest, enjoy local foods, road trips, adventure, nature
Co-hosts
  • Joseph
During your stay
Owners live nearby. They will provide information about local attractions and areas of interest, and can answer questions and assist with planning an itinerary to make the most of their stay. Should a guest have special requests, they are welcome to contact the hosts before or during their stay.
Owners live nearby. They will provide information about local attractions and areas of interest, and can answer questions and assist with planning an itinerary to make the most of…
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House rules
Check-in: 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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