From Severance Hall, turn back along Wade Oval, past the Cleveland Institute of Music, and veer to the right. There at the corner of Ford Dr and Wade Oval sits the gracious Glidden House, built in 1901 by the Glidden family (of painting products fame).
The mansion, which sits right between the museums and Case Western Reserve University, has been a bed and breakfast inn for about a decade, and is still one of the most gracious, romantic, and unique accommodations in Cleveland.
Rooms at the Glidden House have a combination of old-world style and modern amenities. All rooms feature high-speed Internet access and 42" plasma screen TVs as well as mahogany and cherry four-poster beds, fireplaces, and majestic high ceilings. The Inn is a popular venue for weddings and other social events.
The Glidden House
1901 Ford Dr.
Cleveland, OH 44106
(Last updated on 8-21-13)