Inn at Cedar Falls, Logan, Ohio – Featured Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast

Author: , March 23rd, 2016

Inn at Cedar Falls

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Hocking Hills’ The Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, in Logan, Ohio, features a setting that puts guests in tune with the harmony of nature, the peace of solitude and the simple joys of the Earth’s beauty. Mammoth rock formations, caves and waterfalls native to the Hocking Hills, Ohio region share their breathtaking beauty with the Inn’s charming cottages, 1840’s log cabins and antique-filled bed and breakfast rooms. Hocking Hills State Parks surround the Inn on three sides. Also within a three miles of the Inn are such tourist attractions as Ash Cave, Old Man’s Cave and Cedar Falls. Rock House, Natural Rockbridge, Conkle’s Hollow and the charming town of Logan, Ohio are also nearby.

One of the finest bed and breakfast stays in the Hocking Hills, Ohio region, the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls offers nine, antique-filled bed and breakfast rooms with individual heating and air-conditioning. Each inn room is furnished with two twin beds or a queen-size bed, small writing desk, towel warmers, hair dryers, cd music player, comfortable sitting chair and a private bath. Now Available-Wireless Internet Access in our Inn Rooms and Common Room!

Five renovated 1840’s log cabins accommodate up to four. Each Hocking Hills cabin has a deck with porch swing, cooking facilities and its own wooded lot. After a day of hiking the Hocking Hills, the gas log stoves and whirlpool tubs are cozy additions.

Each cottage features a room with a queen or king size bed, two-person whirlpool tub and separate shower, gas log stove and under counter refrigerator. Enjoy stargazing off the back deck or sitting under the tin roof listening to the rain.

A unique dining experience awaits our Hocking Hills guests in the double log cabin originally constructed in the 1840s. The open kitchen is the heart of this bed and breakfast inn, where guests may chat while watching gourmet meals being prepared from scratch. Fine American cuisine is the specialty and in-season patio dining is available.

Relax at the hands of trained therapist, at our secluded spa. We offer guests a full range of massage and bodywork.

Come enjoy all that Hocking Hills, Ohio has to offer.

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Lodge at Lane’s End – Gay Friendly Vacation Rental in South Bloomingville

Author: , March 2nd, 2016

Lodge at Lane's End

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Pet Friendly in Hocking Hills, OH: The Lodge at Lane’s End is a luxury retreat with an atmosphere that gives you the sense of having your very own personal vacation home. The Lodge was designed to be an intimate setting for couples, families, and friends to relax, interact, and reconnect.

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Ohio’s Hocking Hills – Breathtaking Scenery

Author: , November 9th, 2013

Ohio mapNot only does Ohio’s Hocking Hills region offer breathtaking forests, waterfalls, scenery and unforgettable experiences, but it also boasts a host of lodging options that are truly one-of-a-kind. Travelers can spend the night in a historic train caboose or an old-fashioned gypsy wagon as they experience first-hand just how special a visit to southeast Ohio’s Hocking Hills can be. Incredibly affordable, some of these offbeat options are available for as little as $50 per night. Complete accommodations booking and visitor information is found at

Intrepid travelers can “Sleep in History” — literally — thanks to the creative preservationists at Historic Host Vacation Rentals. Among this unusual lodging company’s offerings are a restored general store/post office, with its original scale, shelving and other vintage touches.

The old Dunkle Schoolhouse, a 1926 B&O train caboose and an Ohio early farmhouse are also available for overnight accommodations. Historic Host’s Salt & Pepper Shaker Museum, two historic B&Bs and several charming little cottages and cabins in its Fiddlestix Village round out the offerings. Each is lovingly restored so guests enjoy a comfortable yet authentic overnight stay that carefully preserves the rich history of not just the shelter, but the Hocking Hills region itself.

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