Ohio is a midwestern U.S. state Appalachian Mountains and stretching from the Ohio River and in the south to Lake Erie in the north. Ohio is a state in the Great Lakes region of the United States. It is the 34th largest by area out of the fifty states and the seventh most populous, and the tenth most densely populated. Columbus is the state’s capital and largest city. Travelila brings the following list of Top Romantic Gateways In Ohio.
1) Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls
You can wrap yourself in coziness at this ultimate couples getaway destination called Inn and Spa at Cedar Falls. It is surrounded by the gorgeous Hocking Hills State Park. The Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls provides the perfect and a peaceful weekend away from reality. You can also enjoy an aromatherapy Jacuzzi bath in your suite and can snuggle up to your special someone by the warm fireplace in the cottage. For full relaxation, you can enjoy in the couples’ massage offered at the Inn.
2) The Mohicans Tree house
You have to try the Mohicans Treehouses when you’re wanting to test out your adventurous side. These Treehouses is uniquely crafted by renowned designer Pete Nelson and were originally built for the Animal Planet/Discovery Channel Show “Treehouse Masters.” There is a Little Red Treehouse that poses Old Pine’s antique feel with bright red siding, modern fixtures and colourful stained-glass windows. The White Oak Treehouse is draped with grapevine railings and a cedar double door entrance, all overlooking the Mohican Valley which somewhere in the middle of all the Treehouses.
3) German Village Guest House
The German Village Guesthouse is ocated in Columbus’ German Village neighbourhood, the Guest House offers an authentic, home-style, Amish getaway which makes you dive right into the Midwest’s Amish culture with this gem. At the Guest House, amid the calmness of the region, you can also have a sample for taste from the owner’s home-baked banana bread, coffee cake, muffins, and granola.
4) Lafayette Hotel in Marietta
You can travel back in time by staying at the Lafayette Hotel in Marietta. This Hotel was built in 1918, this destination has written its history with Beautiful Victorian décor and themed rooms. This Hotel was previously known as The Rufus Putnam Dining Room and this hall opened in 1931 for only the most prestigious guests. Modern travellers are lucky as it was formally opened to the public in 1946. The Gun Room today is now decorated with steering arms, steamboat instruments, pilot wheels, and a telegraph.
5) The Villa Suites at Gervasi Vineyard
The Villa Suites at Gervasi Vineyard were eventually transformed into what is now a Tuscan-inspired getaway smack dab in the middle of the Midwest by the Swaldo family of Ohio who initially ran this property as a vineyard. You can enjoy the luxury of spa services, in-room yoga, and a complimentary Italian-style continental breakfast, carriage rides, cooking classes, winery tours, craft beer tasting, all entwined in the romantic Italian-inspired atmosphere at the Villa Suites. This destination is especially perfect for couples and also for wine enthusiasts.