Northcoast beaches along Lake Erie
River & Lake Fishing (perch and walleye)
Award Winning Wineries
Kent State University
53 Covered Bridges
AC&J Scenic Railroad Jefferson to Carson
Paved 43 mile Western Reserve Greenway Trail
Americas Best Value Inn, Austinburg/Ashtabula, OH offers clean, fresh, comfortable rooms with outstanding amenities including high-speed wireless internet access, deluxe cable TV, free local calls, electronic key locks, writing desk, telephone, AM-FM clock radio, hair dryer, iron & ironing board, individually controlled heat & air conditioning and our complimentary continental breakfast served fresh daily.
In addition, we provide ample guest parking (including large vehicle and truck parking) and several 24-hour services such as coffee & tea, fax & copy; wake-up calls; and coin operated guest laundry. Micro-fridges are available upon request.
We are located at 2352 St. Rt. 45N in Austinburg, OH 44010 at Exit 223 and I-90.
Year of Last Renovation:
Both Interior and Exterior Hallways
Non Smoking Rooms:
Windows Do Open
Dist. to Food/Bars:
Dist. to 24hr Restaurant:
Dist. to Nearest Gym:
Policies / Expenses
Cancellation: 1 week notice on groups of 5 or more rooms. 48 hours notice for single stays.
Total Misc Fees:
$0.00 USD (mandatory resort fees/taxes)
6.75 Per Night
8.00 Per Night
Amenities / Features
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Electronic key card
Free local calls
Internet - wireless
Internet is Complimentary
24 hours opened
Private bathroom in room
Radio in room
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Telephone - Free local calls
TV - Free Cable
Travellers cheques accepted
Pet Friendly? Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information
Cleveland Hopkins 50 miles
Airport Shuttle?Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
"When people provide customer friendly service in today’s world, it should be applauded! So many businesses have taken almost and adversarial attitude towards the customer, in other words, they over compensate for a consumer not following through. As a business, it is my understanding, that the business should always follow through and do as they promise! Loyalty between consumers and businesses should remain alive, profit above service is a bad plan and will cost the business in the long run!" R.F. - Denver, CO