Unique Accommodations at Ohio’s Largest Playground

I am never one for spending long hours in hotel rooms when there’s so much fun to be had on vacation, but at many of Warren County’s unique accommodations, your lodging truly adds to your adventure.

Great Wolf Lodge - Mason, Ohio

Great Wolf Lodge – Mason, Ohio

The night my husband and I spent at Great Wolf Lodge rated a “10”. Leaving our cares at the door, we entered an incredible building with 80 degree weather, water slides, a spa, themed rooms, a game room, and numerous restaurants. While our bedroom was romantic with a fireplace and whirlpool, the lodge also felt like the perfect place for a family reunion, especially with the grandchildren.

Brian Manor - Lebanon, Ohio

Brian Manor – Lebanon, Ohio

Equally unique, Brian Manor B&B began as a hobby for owner, Christopher Brian, who has been laying bricks for this castle just north of Lebanon, Ohio for over 20 years. Our suite overlooked the Manor’s beautiful gardens. We walked the paths that stretched throughout the property, climbing the winding steps of its towers, overlooking the gardens from the wall walk, visiting the art room, and enjoying breakfast in the courtyard. See my blog “Brian Manor Bed & Breakfast, The Perfect Weekend Getaway” for more details.

Kirkwood Inn

Kirkwood Inn – Mason, Ohio

The Kirkwood Inn offered more of a country experience. Its garden walking paths, refreshing pool, and free breakfast buffet were just the right ingredients for serenity and balance. The Inn is also close to some of my favorite restaurants, Wildflower Café and Banana Leaf in Mason. You may want to book the Gazebo or the Historic Kirkwood House for a special event.

My husband and I spent one of our anniversaries at Hardy’s B&B. There were three different buildings to choose from, and a massage therapist was available through advanced booking. The owners were anxious to share stories about their many sets of china, and their retail furniture shop was located right on the property.

Built in 1815, Wright House B&B is the oldest home in the historic town of Springboro, Ohio. A documented Underground Railroad site, it stands as one of the most authentic slave hideouts in the state.

A circa 1822 stagecoach stop, Hammel House Inn is located in Waynesville, just steps away from more than 50 unique antique shops. The Inn is also close to the Little Miami Scenic River and Bike Trail.

The Golden Lamb

The Golden Lamb Restaurant and Inn – Lebanon, Ohio

The Golden Lamb Inn and Restaurant in Lebanon is Ohio’s oldest, continuously operating business and one of its most historic sites. Explore rooms where 12 U.S. Presidents once slept, or enjoy its newly renovated porch with comfy couches, rocking chairs, and flower boxes. Its food will delight any palate and the surrounding town is quite quaint.

With so many unique places to stay during your weekend getaway, repeat visits to Warren County, Ohio’s Largest Playground, are very much encouraged. Start planning your getaway today.

Here are other blogs you might find of interest:
Family Fun for All Seasons at Great Wolf Lodge in Mason
Brian Manor Bed & Breakfast, The Perfect Weekend Getaway
Ride & Roar in Ohio’s Largest Playground


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