Enjoyed our stay in Cleveland and the accommodations worked out just fine. The Newell property allowed us to replicate life at our respective homes and was a convenient base for the tourism excursions. My traveling companions had never been to Cleveland before so they enjoyed The West Side Market, a couple of brewery tours, driving thru my old neighborhood (Mayfield/LynnPark) in CleveHts, a trip up Cedar Hill & Fairmount Blvd, Tribe vs. WhiteSox, L'Albatros, Corky & Lenny's, Yours Truly, Xmas story house, former Old Warsaw/Drew Carey, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, etc... The whirlwind tour...So thanks for the hospitality and probably as important, "We'd do it again and suggest it to others." John Y. from Chicago, IL.
Rented here 3 mo this summer, 2008. Very nice house in a good area. Brought my family and all three kids could get their own room, w AC. Public pool a couple of blocks away. The landlord is really friendly and takes good care of the house, If anything, he'll have it fixed immediately. 17 min by car in morning traffic to Cleveland Clinic. Dr.Sven K. from Lund, Sweden
Everything about the property was as stated on the ad in the internet is true. I would definitely come back in the future. The owner provided great customer service. I am a firm believer that vacation means, relaxing time and not sightseeing as much (if any) and therefore I cannot talk about activities or attractions nearby. However, the Science museum, the botanical garden, Zoo and some others were nearby (15-20 minutes). Javier J. from New York
Our one month stay in Cleveland for my husband’s surgery was made so much easier thanks to our Shaker Rentals hosts and the convenience and comfort of their house on Van Aken Blvd. Even before we arrived we felt welcomed and supported. Our hosts were quick to respond to questions and requests. My cousins stayed with me while my husband was in hospital, and the three bedrooms and 2 ½ baths (plus couches!) gave us plenty of flexibility. The house is attractively furnished and well equipped, and soon felt like our “home away from home.” The neighborhood is a very walker-friendly one, and with all the signature “Shaker Heights Style” houses to look at, very interesting. We had our own car and appreciated being able to park it in the garage. But if you need or prefer it, directly across the street “the Rapid” transit system will take you directly to downtown (or just a few blocks to the vicinity of shops and restaurants), and the hospital bus line goes from there to the various hospitals on the way to and around University Circle, where museums, the arboretum and the symphony are located. Ina W. from Rhode Island