The inn features cozy cottages, rustic cabins and charming, antique-filled inn rooms, all at affordable prices. The log cabin restaurant features American Cuisine. There is also a gift shop filled with fine collectibles.
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|Inn at Cedar Falls|
21190 State Route 374, Logan, Ohio
|Hocking Hills State Park||1/2 mile|
|Ash Cave||3 miles|
|Cedar Falls||1 mile|
|Old Man's Cave||3 miles|
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|Antique Malls||15 miles|
|Rock Climbing||5 miles|
|Bird Watching||on site|
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Surrounded on 3 sides by Hocking Hills State Park. Within a 3 mile radius are Ash Cave, Cedar Falls and Old Man's Cave.
The 75 acres at the inn
at Cedar falls provides a natural retreat from the thick-forested wilderness to tan-grassed meadows. The area is abundant with wildlife like white-tailed deer, opossum, wild turkey and grouse. Bird watchers enter paradise as they view yellow finches, ruby-throated hummingbirds and pileated woodpeckers.
The Inn Calendar of Events includes a variety of activities such as monthly nature hikes, cooking classes, holiday specials and creative workshops. Arts and crafts are regularly displayed at the Inn and are available for purchase in the gift shop.
Hikers, photographers, cyclists and cross country skiers can enjoy the recreational activities nearby. Hocking Hills State Park has a naturalist providing nature programs all year around. From a winter trek with thousands of hikers in January to star gazing programs in the summer, there is something to keep you busy each season.
The town of Logan is only a fifteen-minute drive away. Home of the Logan Washboard Festival, it also boasts antique shops, canoe liveries, golfing and horseback riding.
Mammoth rocks, caves and waterfalls share the beauty of the Hocking Hills surrounding the inn. The Inn at Cedar Falls features 6 cabins, 12 cottages and 9 inn rooms. Breakfast included with stay!
The Inn offers nine, antique-filled guest rooms
with individual heating and air- conditioning. Each is furnished with two twin beds or a queen-size bed, small writing desk, comfortable sitting chair and a private bath. The rooms allow a peaceful getaway without the disturbance of televisions or telephones. A common room is complete with a wood burning stove and chairs.
Six renovated 19th century log cabins accommodate up to four. The cabins also have decks with porch swings, cooking facilities and their own wooded lots. The gas log stoves are cozy additions after a long day of hiking the Hocking Hills.
Feature a room with a queen or king size bed, two-person whirlpool tub and separate shower, gas log stove, coffee maker and under counter refrigerator. All cottages have heating and air conditioning but no cooking facilities. Visitors can enjoy stargazing off the back deck or sitting under the tin roof and listening to the rain.
A unique dining experience awaits guests in the double log house, originally constructed in the 1840s. The kitchen is the heart of the Inn - where guests may chat while watching food being prepared from scratch. Fine American cuisine is the specialty. Guests can watch gourmet meals being prepared in the open kitchen and in-season patio dining is available.
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LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART - Enjoy the simple pleasures of life with two glorious week nights in a room, a three-course dinner one night, and a hearty breakfast both mornings.
A DAY AWAY MASSAGE SPECIAL - What better way to relax than having someone come to your room and pamper you with a massage. Then, slip into the bathtub with aromatic bath oils and a nap to follow. This romantic day includes one week night for two people in a room, a ½ hour massage for both, candlelight dinner and breakfast the following morning.
WACKY WEDNESDAYS - Give yourself a break today! Why not take off during the week? Leave life as you know it, behind for a day. One week night in an antique filled room for two people, mouth-watering dinner by candlelight and a full country breakfast.
Policies & Restrictions
No smoking is allowed at the Inn.
No pets allowed.
Rates & Availability
Take US 33 East through Lancaster to the Logan-Bremen exit (State Route 664). Turn right, drive 9.5 miles to State Route 374. Turn left. The Inn is one mile on the left. Park on the right.
Take I-71 North to Washington Court House exit. Take US 35 East to Washington Court House where you access US 22 East to Circleville, access State Route 56 East, continue through Laurelville and South Bloomingville to State Route 374. Turn left, drive about 2.5 miles and the Inn is on your right. Park on the left.
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Ellen GrinsfelderInn at Cedar Falls
21190 State Route 374
Logan, Ohio 43138Contact Owner For More Information »
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