"EATING AND SLEEPING
IN GRANVILLE OR COLUMBUS"
The village of Granville makes an ideal base for central Ohio, with its many cafés and two historic inns: the Granville Inn (314 E. Broadway, 740-587-3333) is styled after an English manor house, while the Buxton Inn across the street (313 East Broadway, 740-587-0001) is a collection of old houses dating back to 1812. Both have excellent restaurants. Or nearby, select Newark’s premier, modern, family-friendly lodge, the Cherry Valley Lodge, home of Coco Key Waters Resort (2299 Cherry Valley Road, Newark, 740-788-1200).
To plan your stay in the Granville and Newark area, contact the Licking County Convention and Visitors Bureau at: http://www.lccvb.com.
In Columbus, there is a wide selection of new culinary options along North High Street between downtown and the university. Especially worth a visit is the very picturesque German Village district (just south of downtown and I-70). Wander among its narrow, tree-lined brick streets, houses, sidewalks, and gardens, for an ample selection of eclectic shopping, fine dining, and distinctive accommodations – especially Lindey’s restaurant (169 East Beck Street, 614-228-4343) and the decidedly hip, boutique German Village Guest House (748 Jaeger Street, 866-587-2738).