The Inn at Brandywine Falls
Cuyahoga Valley National Park - Sagamore Hills, OH
The Inn at Brandywine Falls, overlooking Brandywine Waterfall (a 67-foot natural wonder) in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, between Cleveland and Akron, was built in 1848 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been renovated and made modern; all without changing its historic Greek Revival appearance and character. It is furnished in elegant Ohio antiques, and features quality amenities (including free wireless internet) and gourmet foods. The Inn is an impeccable country place and a part of the tapestry of 33,000 acres of parkland (Cuyahoga Valley National Park) and adjacent to Brandywine waterfall. Built in 1848 as the home of James and Adeline Wallace, it was a centerpiece of the then thriving community of Brandywine Mills. The Wallaces owned the mills as well as 800 acres of land. Now their fine home provides six rooms for visitors, many with sitting areas and all with well-appointed private baths. Each guest accommodation is distinct in Ohio historic decor and ambiance. The Inn’s main house is also the home of Katie and George Hoy, who encourage guests to enjoy the living room, library, dining room, porches and kitchen as they would in the home of good friends; along with the spacious grounds and surrounding parklands.
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Members will receive an additional 5% "cash back" bonus. There is no booking or travel deadline, however, because this Inn is so very small, early reservations are highly suggested. Rates based on availability at the time of booking.
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