Where to Stay in the Hocking Hills
From cottages and cabins to lodges and inns to even yurts and geodomes. Here are four places we’ve stayed that give a flavor for what the Hocking Hills region has to offer.
When planning a trip to the Hocking Hills, there are many options when it comes to places to stay and types of overnight accommodations — from cottages and cabins to lodges and inns to even yurts and geodomes. Here are four places we’ve stayed (and enjoyed) that give a flavor for what the region has to offer. When you’re ready to book your stay, visit Explore Hocking Hill’s Places to Stay page to find the type the best fit for you.
Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls: This expansive 75-acre property makes for a peaceful retreat, and the destination offers five ways for visitors to experience their stay. Travelers can book a luxury cabin, cottage and lodges as well as geodomes and yurts. The soft-sided, circular yurts was a type of structure originally used by Central Asian nomads, but they are now a popular glamping option that fuses the natural feel of camping with the comfortable appeal of being indoors. The climate-controlled spaces are as inhabitable in the heat of summer as they are in the cold of winter, and each at the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls features a gas log stove, a microwave, a refrigerator, a sink, two rocking chairs and a hotel-worthy bathroom. Each king-size bed can stay as is or be split into two twin beds. 21190 St. Rte. 374, Logan 43138, 740/385-7489, innatcedarfalls.com >> Read More
Glenlaurel: This 140-acre property home to hemlock trees, private trails and waterfalls makes for a Scottish-inspired, romantic escape, complete with poetry readings, traditional shortbread cookies and a bagpipe calling guests to dinner. The Manor House functions as the main hub of the space, with overnight accommodations, three dining rooms and the Loch Ness Pub. The Carriage House offers two private rooms, and cottages and mini cottages on the property — known as “crofts” — are available for overnight stays, too. Based on the room the choose, guests can take advantage of fireplaces, king-size mattresses and hot tubs. Multi-course candlelit dinners are also an option during your stay. 14940 Mt. Olive Rd., Rockbridge 43149, 740/385-4070, glenlaurel.com >> Read More
Cedar Grove Lodging's Stillwater Lodge: Large parties, rejoice! This roomy Hocking Hills lodging option can sleep up to 19 guests and boasts up to 3,000 square feet. Guests are treated to a massive wraparound porch and upstairs and downstairs gaming and entertainment options. The space is made up of three private bedrooms, a loft with a queen-sized bed, a twin daybed and a pop-up trundle, as well as a downstairs bedroom complete with three custom-made wooden bunk beds. Upstairs, families and large groups can enjoy a four-foot-by-eight-foot maple table, a beautiful kitchen with barstools and a fireplace. 19555 OH-664 Scenic, Logan 43138, 740/380-2209, cedargrovelodging.com >> Read More
Cherry Ridge Retreat: Cherry Ridge Retreat’s 150-acre property has just eight cabins, making for a tranquil and quiet getaway. The Boat House is one of the more unique places to stay on site. Originally a pole barn, the cabin’s exterior boasts batten board accents and rough-sawn timber, giving it a woodsy feel. The cabin’s interior also offers welcoming warmth with the living room’s timber cross beams and high ceilings and the master bathroom’s heated tile floors. Guests can enjoy the 1.5-surface-acre pond, relax by the fire pit or enjoy the outdoor hot tub and waterfront sauna. If outdoor activities prove a little chilly, the wood-burning fireplace indoors is always waiting. 22097 Cherry Ridge Rd., New Plymouth 45654, 740/380-7777, cherryridgeretreat.com >> Read More
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