Getting around while
The Brownstone Inn and The Esmond are within walking distance of many
of Cleveland's greatest attractions. But what do you do if you want to
go a little farther? Now there are two great options for anyone
staying with us.
1. The RTA Healthline.
With stops conveniently located literally feet from both The
Brownstone Inn and The Esmond, The RTA Healthline is the simplest way
to get from where you are to where you want to be.
The HealthLine route runs down 6.8 miles of Euclid Avenue from
Downtown to East Cleveland, connecting the city¢s cultural and
educational institutions, medical and business centers, and all the
mom and pop shops in between. With 58 stops to choose from and round
the clock service, it¢s now possible to witness the King at the Q,
discover The Phantom of the Opera, and meet a dinosaur named Jane, all
in one easy ride.
The HealthLine passes through seven unique districts in Cleveland.
These clean and comfortable busses will get you wherever you need to
Public Square features Tower City Center and is minutes away from both
the Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field. The East Fourth
Neighborhood is accessed by either the E. 2nd or E. 6th station and
offers a variety of nightlife options including music at the House of
Blues and dinner at Lola with the Iron Chef.
Playhouse Square and CSU
The E. 14th stop drops you at the doorstep of Playhouse Square, the
country¢s second largest performing arts center. Cleveland State
University brings higher education to downtown and in easy reach with
the E.19th and E. 24th stations.
Jump off at the E.51st station to take in a show at The Agora, voted
the number one rock club in the country. Or use the E. 66th stop to
tour Cleveland¢s oldest building still standing on its original site -
the Dunham Tavern Museum. Nearby, the historic Gallucci¢s Market is
the ultimo place to pick up some Italian wine and cheese.
Both the E. 83rd and E. 89th station land you just 2 blocks from a
performance at The Cleveland Playhouse, America's first permanently
established professional theatre company. This neighborhood is also
home to the acclaimed Cleveland Clinic, whose main campus spans from
E. 89th to Stokes Blvd.
Adelbert Road station is your gateway to University Circle, which
offers a variety of cultural options including the Cleveland Museum of
Art, Natural History Museum, Western Reserve Historical Society,
Botanical Gardens, and Severance Hall - home to the world renowned
Cleveland Orchestra. The area is also home to University Hospital,
CASE University, and Little Italy, all of which can be reached via the
Healthline's Adelbert, Cornell, or E.115th stops.
2. City Wheels
If you need to go a little farther than the healthline will take you a
new service has opened in the Cleveland area. City Wheels! With
locations that are easily accessible you can rent a car by the hour to
get you to all the places you need to go.
No car payments, no insurance payment, no parking pass, no oil
changes, no repair costs... and All the freedom to drive anytime you
It's like owning your own car - only better!
Just go to www.mycitywheels.com
Fill out an application and get your security key
Book your trip for as little as 30 minutes, or up to several days -
paying for only the time you really need
Go to your reserved wheels,
unlock with your security key, get in and go!
Downtown's Only Bed and Breakfast! We are excited that you are visiting our web site.
Brownstone Inn Downtown staff is here to provide
unique adventures for any occasion (almost).
Cancellation Clause: Full credit is given when cancellation is
two weeks prior to scheduled visit, 50% credit with one-week notice,
and no credit if less than one week.
Checking In: Check-in preferred between 3:00 P.M. and 5:00
P.M., or by special request. Accredited and Approved by: Ohio Bed &
Breakfast Association and The Ohio Hotel and Lodgings Association.
Usa Today - wrote:
A sociable stay — Innkeeper Robin Yates is a sociable guy and spirited
Cleveland booster who enjoys taking guests around town and relaxing
with them over dinner and drinks. Brownstone Inn, on the eastern
downtown, has been his home since 1974 and opened as an inn in 1997.
If you're not a good climber, ask for a lower floor — the "nosebleed
room" is four flights up. Notice the elegant patented French wallpaper
foyer. Tall, arched doors set off the 14-foot ceilings on the first
floor. The home (four guest rooms, one suite) was totally renovated
before Yates opened for business. Room prices include a hearty