4,8 su settembre 27, 2013
Great place. We had a wonderful & relaxing stay. Also everyone in the area was very nice & informative of things to do etc. Can't. Will stay there again
4,8 su agosto 01, 2013
My wife and I decided to try out living in Cincinnati, where our daughter and her husband live. So we packed up and moved into the Glendalia for three weeks. Great location, comfortable three room apartment, great bed, great host, great value. We soon felt we were a part of the village with a bakery and wine/wine bar half a block away and a great resturant across the square. Wonderful neighborhood to walk through and explore. We have just booked a return trip and plan to make the Glendalia our Cincinnati base of operations.
5 su luglio 20, 2013
I believe all 7 of our jaws dropped when we saw the size and spaciousness of our rooms. Seven women in my family were meeting from around the country to have a weekend away in Cincinnati, and the rooms were perfect for gathering together. If anything we had more space than we actually needed. The decor was lovely, well kept and clean. The hospitality of the owner went above and beyond what we expected for our weekend. We have already started to make plans to return for next year.
5 su novembre 14, 2011
The service we received on our Ladies Retreat at the Glendalia was outstanding. It is privately owned, and the Hotel Manager, Doris, made us feel like we had our own personal Consierge! The rooms were huge and wonderful for the 8 of us to socialize together before going to dinner or late in the evening before bed. Mattresses and linens were amazing, continental breakfast in room was convenient, and amenities were endless. The village was so quaint we felt like we were back in time. Dinner at the Iron Horse Inn was fabulous and we enjoyed shopping the village shops. Highly recommend the wine tasting at the wine shop! This is an excellent getaway, just be aware that there is an active railroad track in the village - but every time a train went by our group would cheer (or toast!) and yell, "Train!" to make it a fun game.