This 1874 townhouse is Cleveland’s only downtown bed-and-breakfast.
At the Brownstone Inn Downtown, guests will be treated to personalized service and a taste of American history. From the moment they cross the front lawn and pass by the massive elm tree, which dates back to 1860, they will feel as if they have stepped back in time. The four-story, nineteenth-century brownstone provides such old-fashioned luxuries as French period wallpaper, a formal dining room with a marble fireplace and a relaxing parlor with comfortable couches and a Jewett and Goodman pump-organ. The gracious innkeeper serves a traditional American breakfast in the dining room each morning. The inn is equipped with high-speed Internet throughout, and guests have access to a mini-office, as well. Located in a stately neighborhood between Cleveland’s Public Square and University Circle, the inn provides a serene setting, as well as convenience for visiting the city’s many notable attractions.