Unearth the treasures that make Lebanon, Ohio a must-visit destination. From the thrilling rides at Kings Island to the world-class tennis action at the Western & Southern Open, our charming town offers a blend of history and excitement. Explore the heart of historic downtown Lebanon and venture beyond to discover even more hidden gems. Your unforgettable adventure starts here!

People riding a rollercoaster at Kings Island


There are plenty of things to do at Kings Island! One of the major Cincinnati attractions, this destination has a variety of rides, events and entertainment families can enjoy together during the season.

A photo of the courthouse in downtown Lebanon, Ohio.


From quaint coffee shops, distinctive dining, stellar shopping, and tantalizing treats to leisure & fun that includes a 45-acre bike park, recreation trails, tourist train, museums, theatre and a calendar filled with the area’s best festivals, Downtown Lebanon is a 10-minute drive from The Estate.

A wide shot of the crowd at a Western & Southern Open tennis match.

Western & Southern Open

Experience world-class tennis amidst the picturesque backdrop of Lebanon, Ohio at the Western & Southern Open, which takes place only a few miles away from The Estate.

A man and a woman riding bicycles on a path on the Loveland Bike Trail.

The Historic Loveland Bike Trail

Take in sparkling sunshine and cool shade among miles of paved, flat trail along the Little Miami River. Affectionately called the “Loveland Bike Trail”, this trail spans well over 100 miles and has plenty of free parking and access to surrounding restaurants.

A photo of the Cincinnati skyline from the Kentucky side at sundown.

Downtown Cincinnati

Whether you want to see the big game, or explore the incredible restaurants in the city, a short trip down I-71 will open up everything else that Cincinnati has to offer.

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Lebanon, OH 45036



A closeup of a horse at Byerpatch Farm

Our beautiful farm surrounding The Estate has been in the Byer Family for over 40 years. Larry Byer, the patriarch of the family, had a true passion for horses and loved all of this gorgeous land. We know you will, too!

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