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 Cleveland Plain Dealer Writes:
Feeling at home at Brandywine Falls
The bucolic inn, surrounded by Cuyahoga Valley National Park,
adapts and thrives during the pandemic.
We are so excited to announce the installation of our NEW HALO-LED Air Purification System! Using bi-polar ionization and revolutionary technology, it reduces airborne and surface microbials, bacteria, viruses and mold killing 99% of sneeze germs within 3 feet and 99% of viruses on surfaces.
Please go to www.rgf.com for more information
We are following the Safe Stay Guidelines from the American Hotel and Lodging Association as recommended by the CDC. We will be wearing masks, gloves and distancing as required to follow safe stay requirements and ask guests to do the same. Some of the offerings of the past may be on hold due to the virus. So all you dear people who are anxious to burst out of your houses and get out on the hiking trails in the National Park right here, do call us at 888-306-3381 for a reservation. All good wishes to you!
“Great leaf peeping in the national parks“, USAToday