The Michael Cahill Bed & Breakfast

Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio

The Cahill B&B will be closed for the

winter season until April 17, 2015.

Adjuvat discere peregrinatio.
              -Augustine of Hippo

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The Michael Cahill Bed and Breakfast in Ashtabula Harbor offers comfortable, spacious, overnight lodging in a landmark home integral to the Harbor neighborhood since 1887.
Mr. Cahill, an emigrant from Ireland in 1850, was a prosperous saloon keeper in the harbor area until his death in 1898.  His home was then purchased by a prominent Swedish businessman, Andrew Dalin, in 1906.  The property was to remain in the Dalin family until 1983, when purchased by the present owners, restored and opened as a B&B in 1986.  In 1988, the home was listed on the National Register of Historical Places for its Stick-Style architecture.  
The entire 10-room home is used for the B&B.  Accommodations include three guestrooms upstairs and one down, all with private baths, air conditioning and telephone.  The remaining rooms include three large sitting rooms, one upstairs and two down with Cable TV.  Breakfast is served in the downstairs dining room.  A small kitchenette is available for light cooking upstairs.    


Owners: Pat & Paul Goode
1106 Walnut Blvd.
Ashtabula, Ohio  44004
Phone: (440) 964-8449


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