The Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls
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Relax at Cedar Falls Inn
We loved our visit to the Cedar Falls Inn! If you are looking for a place to get away from it all for awhile, this is the place for you. No tv's and no telephones are just part of the reason to go there. Our room at the Inn was wonderful and so was the dining. If you go, make sure to make dinner reservations when you book your room. Also, there are beautiful sights to see at Hocking Hills State Park. The Inn is located in the state park.
Give The Inn at Cedar Falls a try-you won't be disappointed!
This was our third stay at the Inn and our first in a cabin. It was wonderful. No cell phone, no TV, just sitting and rocking, listening to the birds, reading and being together, catching up on things going on that we normally let pass by at home.
the newest and best experience was the spa. My wonderful husband booked a massage for two, on the patio (very private). It was refreshing, relaxing (oximoran, but true) and got all those kinks out.
We never tire of Hocking Hills and the Inn is a very special place. The hospitality is wonderful and the scenery, particularly all the deer, footsteps away are a unforgetable experience.
Even though we live less than two hours from this paradise, it seems like we're on the other side of the world. Thanks to everyone for making it special.
Anne & Angelo
Terrific scenery and staff
Beautiful setting in the Hocking Hills. Clean, comfortable cabin -- no noisy phones or televisions. We've also stayed in the cottages and liked them. A terrific welcoming staff.
Exceeded our expectations
My boyfriend and I visited the Hocking Hills area and stayed at the Inn at Cedar Falls May 19-21. The entire weekend exceeded our expectations. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
The area is beautiful, with forests, a multitude of waterfalls, hiking trails, recessed caves, quiet rivers for canoeing. We spent Saturday hiking from Cedar Falls to Ash Cave. It was about 5 miles, not too strenuous, only made challenging by efforts to avoid some muddy patches. I'm hoping some Eagle Scout out there will take on the project to better mark the trails, as everyone we passed asked us where we were coming from and we asked the same. We were never entirely sure we were on the trail we wanted to be on, but that is part of adventure, isn't it?!!? On Sunday, we went on a 7 mile canoe trip. We stopped at Rockbridge. It's a bridge that is all natural made of a big rock. It's hard to describe, but is way cool. There are antique malls and craft malls in the area, but that's not really our thing.
The people were beyond friendly! A couple of gentlemen on the canoe trip helped us tie up our canoe and guide us up the bank to the Rockbridge. Another time, a lady actually stopped her car, but on her hazards and got out of her car, as I was turning around in a driveway. I guess it was obvious that I was lost and she came over to ask me if I needed directions. We were a bit flabbergasted at the lengths she went to to help us out!
The Inn at Cedar Falls was wonderful. We booked the "Rekindle the Romance" weekend. It includes a picnic basket dinner with bottle of wine upon arrival, 2 nights in a charming cottage, very secluded, jacuzzi tub, king size bed, bathrobes, porch swing..., breakfast each morning in the inn's restaurant, massages at the Inn's spa, and a 5 course dinner the second night. We booked at the last minute so we had to switch to one of the rooms in the Inn the second night. We wished we could have stayed in the cottage both nights, but the inn was nice, filled with antiques. The property was immaculate, herb gardens, hammocks to swing in, rolling hills.
The spa was in a cabin nestled in the woods. Lisa did a great job with the massages. My boyfriend was a little nervous because he'd never had a massage before. Lisa put him at ease. I was thrilled that at the end he said he'd be more than willing to do it again (and he wasn't just saying that, he meant it!).
The food at the restaurant (in a couple of 1840s log cabins), was tremendous. High quality was the best way we could describe it. Delicious, yes, but also a higher quality food then what we normally get. We added a bottle of champagne to our dinner and felt like it was such a special and romantic occasion. Service at all meals was good. We wanted to slow things down a bit at dinner, so we tried to control that pace a bit, as the service was a bit quicker than what we'd want. But I've always believed it's up to the diner to communicate how they would like the meal paced.
Beautiful area, beautiful inn. We will return soon.
Loved the Inn at Cedar Falls
My husband and I chose The Inn at Cedar Falls for a weekend getaway. We stayed in the Dogwood Cabin and it was wonderful! It was very clean (and I am really picky). The bedroom was cozy and the hot tub was great...they even had cozy bathrobes for us. The bed and pillows were the most comfortable I have ever slept on away from home. We loved the hiking as well. The breakfast each morning was great, as was the lunch they packed us for hiking later. We would definitely recommend The Inn at Cedar Falls.
An Awesome Place to Stay at the Inn at Cedar Falls
The Hocking Hills is one of the greatest places to get away if you like the adventure of hiking. There are trails galore and most have some sort of waterfall. Old Man's Cave is one of the best hikes deep in a gorge surrounded by hemlocks, waterfalls and huge rock cliffs. But after hiking, my favorite place to go is the Inn at Cedar Falls which is located almost right in the middle of the park so you don't have to drive far. There's a restaurant at the inn and the staff is super nice.
We need to go back soon!
I wish we were there now! We stayed in the Inn and this was the most blissful night's sleep I have had in a long, long time.
The bed was great, the peace was incredible, the food was delicious and the beautiful surroundings including the Falls cannot be beat.
I look at my Inn at Cedar Falls cookbook all the time and we plan to return soon. We liked it so much that we bought our friends a gift certificate for a wedding present!
Inn at Cedar Falls
We enjoyed the Strong Wolf Cabin at The Inn at Cedar Falls and really enjoyed our visit. Not another cabin in site. There are a couple of odd bits though. The biggest hitch is the open floor plan includes a toilet and sink with no walls. It's fine for my wife and I, but I couldn't imagine if it was our first get away as a couple. ("Honey, could you step outside, I need some privacy")
We made our own dinners in the adequate kitchen and enjoyed the restaurant for breakfast.
I was a bit disappointed the staff wasn't more helpful when we were looking for a long hike-- I think they are used to people who are hunkering down in cabins to relax and get away from it all.
The Best Stay I've Ever Had
The Inn at Cedar Falls has cottages now which was new to us. My family had stayed there before in the Inn and really liked it. The cottages are more secluded and I think it was the highlight of our visit to Old Man's Cave this year. We found ourselves either hiking or sitting around talking in the cottage which was a first for us. I'd recommend the Inn over any place because it's so close to the park. It only took us five minutes from the trails to the drive and then the front porch.
Inn at Cedar Falls
I really liked the inn. It is the closest place to stay from Hocking Hills Park and we could hike the road to some falls. We stayed at the inn but they have cottages and cabins. The only downside to the inn is the lack of television but I lived without it and decided it wasn't too bad.
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