Blending Victorian-era design of the past with modern conveniences of our day, Riverside Gables Bed and Breakfast creates signature style and classic comfort guaranteed to leave a lasting impression during your stay. We've given attention to every detail in the amenities provided for your comfort during your stay with us.
Nestled city-center near the Triangle in Berea, Ohio, 20 minutes from downtown Cleveland and a short, seven minute drive from Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Riverside Gables bed and breakfast provides tasteful lodging and accommodations with convenient access to all that the surrounding area has to offer, making it the ideal place where you will want to stay. Be sure to see our Attractions page for more ideas of things to do during your visit.
Built by Berea’s first physician Dr. Alex McBride in Victorian 1868, The McBride-Dyke-Cushing residence has been transformed over the years by the personal styles of the three owners to create a unique personality all of its own. This home, which has often hosted many gatherings and social events, has been influenced once again by the newest owners, the McDonough’s, who hope to add a new chapter to this special home’s history by converting it into a comfortable yet elegant bed and breakfast. For pleasure or business lodging, we invite you to be our guest at Riverside Gables.
Our tastefully-appointed guest rooms have been designed with luxury and convenience in mind. From upscale to vintage, cozy to spacious, each room has a distinct style. You'll find a room that best fits your needs during your next weekend getaway or vacation.
These delicious local eateries are just a 2 minute walk from Riverside Gables Bed and Breakfast. A short, fresh air jaunt to stretch out after your road trip or your flight into Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Also available are various additional venues within a 2 mile radius of our downtown Berea location. Bon Apetite!
Within walking distance of the inn, you’ll find Baldwin Wallace University the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, as well as access to miles of bike paths, hiking and bridle trails, Wallace and Coe Lakes with fishing and swimming.