My husband and I had an overnight stay in the Meadowlark room the end of December. Overall, it was an OK stay.
Our room was super cold when we got there, but we liked the little fireplace heater- it warmed our room up nicely.
While I did like the Ikea nightstands and bed, our bed was super noisy and creaky (maybe the bolts needed tightening). Every time we tossed or turned, it woke the other person up.
I liked that our room was close to the restaurant. Once we parked the car, we didn't need it for the rest of our stay.
We knew our room didn't have a TV, and that was fine with us. We did take our laptops and liked the free wi-fi.
While I appreciate the gesture of complimentary toiletries, I wish they were a little more higher-quality (I'd prefer all-natural versions or ones without unnecessary chemicals).
From check-in, to check-out, and also our dinner and breakfast service, I thought the customer service was excellent. Everyone was very friendly.
We had dinner in the restaurant. Overall it had its ups and downs. I had the filet- it was cooked nicely, but a bit under seasoned. My steak came with an ancho chili sauce, which I ordered on the side. While the sauce was good, I thought it was an odd pairing as a topping for a filet. My steak also came with cheddar and scallion mashed potatoes and broccolini. The mashed potatoes were good, but couldn't really taste the cheddar.
My husband got the cilantro marinated chicken. Couldn't really taste the cilantro and the chicken was bland. He used my ancho chili sauce to give it some flavor.
We both got the Caesar salad and we thought it was really good- especially the parmesan crisp.
Our stay included a complimentary breakfast in the restaurant, which I thought was nice. The breakfast was either a sweet option (french toast), or an omelet. I thought it was better than a continental breakfast that I was expecting.
Overall, our stay was fine. We went there to unwind and relax and we did. I just wished there was a lodging option in the Hocking Hills that's modern and contemporary. Something more upscale that's retreat-like and fresh and clean.
Finally, while I think this is the best lodging option in Hocking Hills, I think it was really overpriced. Our room was $174 (for a Sunday night at the end of December).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A hearty breakfast is included with every stay. Enjoy a fine dining experience in a relaxed setting after a long hike in the Hocking Hills. The restaurant is located on the Inn grounds in an 1840s log cabin. The kitchen is open style so guest may watch their meals being prepared. Lunch is available 11am-2pm. Dinner by reservation. Reconnect with yourself with a relaxing spa treatment in our unique destination spa. Plan your next corporate retreat and business meeting in the Gathering Place with WIFI and all your AV needs. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Inn And Spa At Cedar Falls
- The Inn & Spa At Cedar Falls Hotel Logan
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