Welcome to Brownstone Inn in Downtown Cleveland.
- Location: (Map It) 3649 Prospect Avenue East – Cleveland, OH 44115
- Phone: 216-426-1753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Brownstone Inn is a Guest House – Bed and Breakfast In Downtown Cleveland. This distinguished 1874 townhouse designated “cleveland landmark no. 58” on the national register of historic places. It is accredited and approved by: Ohio Bed & Breakfast Association and The Ohio Hotel and Lodgings Assoc.
Come spend a quiet, restful night—or many nights in my completely restored 1987 Townhouse located in downtown Cleveland, convenient to fine and casual restaurants, entertainment and business areas, hospitals, museums, universities and cathedrals. The Brownstone Inn sits in the center of it all!
I can give you one of two large front rooms with sitting areas or one of three medium-sized rooms. You will have a complete private bathroom and given a robe to wear to and from your room. In the morning, I will personally serve you a traditional American breakfast in a pleasant formal dining room where you can be casual and enjoy the other guests. A well-stocked kitchenette is available any hour of the day or night.
As you approach The Brownstone Inn on Prospect Avenue, you will find it easily identifiable from the adjoining four Brownstone doors by the peacock blue double entrance doors at the top of the stone steps. And, just in front on the tree lawn, notice America’s largest Elm Tree dating to 1860, designated by a plaque.
Entering through that peacock blue door you will step into the vestibule with handcrafted opulence representative of a 19th Century Victorian brownstone home. On the walls of the grand foyer and on the stairway you will see elegant patented French period wallpaper, applied in 1976 when this 4-story brownstone was renovated in honor of America’s 200th bicentennial celebration.
To your immediate left through tall arched pocket doors is the parlor with comfortable couches, a reading lamp, and an old working Jewett and Goodman pump-organ. A relaxation room where you will also find the daily New York Times. To your right and through another pocket door is the grand foyer, and just beyond is the large Red Dining Room boasting a traditional marble fireplace. This is where breakfast is served.
Accommodations include, two large front rooms with sitting areas; comfortable medium-sized rooms; second floor full kitchenette; ionized air purifiers; robes in each room; water-softener system; quiet common areas; central air conditioning, telephone and fax, private bathroom.
Come. Enjoy. And let me teach you some of Cleveland’s history.