Want a meeting that gets all your goals accomplished? Seclude them in a tranquil setting that offers all the facilities they need. The Inn’s relaxed atmosphere is a perfect site for business and executive board retreats. It’s in Your nature to meet. It’s OUR nature to Welcome you. This peaceful setting eliminates the stress of ringing telephones, mindless television, and the numerous interruptions that obstruct reflection, creative problem solving, and planning. It’s all in the experience. Turn your meeting into the Journey of a lifetime. From the moment you arrive, you’ll recognize this is no ordinary meeting. It’s the beginning of a journey. Meet the Hocking Hills only meeting facility with lodging, restaurant, tavern, spa and hiking all on site.
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary fax
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Cell Phone Service
- Complimentary meeting space with overnight lodging
- Complimentary parking
- State-of-the-art Flat Screen TV and AV system
The Gathering Place, a green constructed, 5,000 square-foot, fully handicapped accessible space features an open layout and space for meetings and social events of up to 50 people. It also includes a more intimate 450-square-foot windowed breakout space, featuring local artists from southeast Ohio. Our 1000-squarefoot rooftop herb and flower garden with walking paths is a great place for appetizers and wine prior to dinner. A covered outdoor wraparound porch furnished with comfortable chairs and rockers offer additional space for breaks and cocktail events.
Some of the many state-of-the-art green features of the Gathering Place include:
- One third underground for the most energy efficient heating and cooling
- High-energy windows and doors
- Tankless hot water heaters that offer hot water on demand
- 5,000-gallon rain water storage recycles water for garden and toilets
- More than 50% recycled logs and lumber
- Full energy florescent efficient lighting
- Outdoor furniture made from recycled plastic milk and water bottles
- Vinyl flooring made from 40% recycled plastics
- Computerized thermostat which monitors outside air for more efficient heating and cooling
- State-of-the-art heat and cooling recovery ventilator air return system
- Rooftop garden offering natural earth and plant insulation
The Inn’s centrally located Common Room provides meeting space for 10 to 15 people. It was designed to enhance freedom of expression and is comfortably equipped with rocking chairs, a wood burning stove, and wood plank floors. The outside porch and veranda overlook a spectacular view of the Inn’s gardens and meadows. Many groups also enjoy meeting outside on the patio.
Click here for a PDF of our new Gathering Place meetings, events and weddings packet.
Click here for a PDF of the details of our Gathering Place packet, featuring information on lodging, dining, breaks, spa and teambuilding activities to compliment your event.
“We elected to hold our Management Retreat at the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls because we needed a place where our team could really get away from the demands of the workplace, yet still be close to home. We had an outstanding time. The service was great and the accommodations were top-notch. We’re already planning to come back next year.”
Cameron Mitchell, President & CEO
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants
“I first encountered the Inn at Cedar Falls in July, 1993, when I was assigned to review the place for Conde Nast Traveler. After dinner, I recall interviewing a New York woman who invited me outside to howl at the full moon. Since then, I’ve hauled scores and scores of my fellow workmates–from Car and Driver magazine–to the Inn, where we have always been treated far better than we deserved. Every dinner has been a festive feast, every breakfast has caused us to linger into mid-morning, and every night spent in the comfy cabins has induced the kind of oversleeping known only to ether addicts and fainting goats. In 2012, I abandoned the magazine business to retire to the wilds of Montana. I have few regrets. But one will be no further trips to see Ellen and the Inn.”–John Phillips, July, 2012