• The House on Huntington Lane bed & Breakfast

    Our turn of the century home has been lovingly restored and is ready for your visit. Relax and play on Kelleys Island and you will fall in love and return year after year.

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  • Our bedrooms are comfortable and well appointed.A bed and breakfast suitable for couples and families, we offer private bathrooms, central air, free bicycles for your use, wireless internet, and TV's in all rooms.read more
  • All the comforts of homeThe charm of yesteryear with the comforts of today, you will find a well appointed kitchen and we serve an expanded Continental breakfast.read more
  • Enjoy the island lifeRelax in our spacious yard or take off to explore the island. We are convenient to downtown and an easy walk to many island attractions.read more


  • Make Kelleys Island and House on Huntington Lane this years vacation destination. House on Huntington Lane B&BThe House on Huntington Lane bed & breakfast

    Come for a short ferry boat ride from Sandusky or Marblehead across Lake Erie to Kelleys Island, Ohio to The House on Huntington Lane Bed & Breakfast, a heavenly retreat from a hectic fast paced life.

    Charming, serene, and tranquil describes the House on Huntington Lane. A Century home renovated and restored to the charm of yesteryear, but with all the modern conveniences (air conditioning, private baths, and directv in all the rooms). Expanded continental breakfast and bicycles available to use. Children welcome.

    A Little History

    This vernacular Queen Anne structure was built in 1902 by a Irish immigrant by the name of Patrick Leyden- a laborer at the Kelleys Lime and Transport Company.
    In 1990 it was purchased and renovated to its original charm, but with modern conveniences.

    The “House on Huntington Lane”, was then opened as a Bed and Breakfast in 1992.

island attractions

  • Step back into time to Kelleys Island, located in the western basin of Lake Erie, about 4 miles north of the city of Marblehead, and 12 miles from the city of Sandusky, Ohio. Measuring more than 4 square miles, Kelleys Island is the largest fresh water island in the United States.
    Kelleys Island, sometimes called the “Walleye Capital of the World”, is a boater’s and fishermen’s paradise.

  • Remnants of the Island’s past can be seen throughout, as the entire Island is on the National Register of Historic Places.


  • A Paradise for Nature Lovers, Kelleys Island has it all, rich in history and natural beauty. Over 800 acres of self-guided nature and hiking trails Discover fossils along the in-active stone quarries.
    Search for beach glass on our sandy beaches. During Spring, and Fall, observe the bird and butterfly migration of many species.

  • For history buffs, see the largest and most spectacular example of the Glacial Groves in the world which explains, how the Great Lakes were formed.

  • Gracial GroovesKelleys Island Gracial Grooves

  • Discover indian mounds, early signs of the first inhabitants of this island – View the etchings carved by the Erie Indians from over 300 years ago on the Inscription Rock Memorial.

  • Inscription RockVisit Historic Kelleys Island, Ohio

  • Our quaint downtown area remains the heart of activity, boasting, gift shops, restaurants and marinas for dining, and entertainment.