Historic Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast in the NE Ohio, Summit County, Akron Ohio Countryside
Spring is coming. It really is! Daffodils are beginning to pop through the frozen beds and the goldfinches are beginning to regain their vivid yellow coloring. Ah-h-h the wonders of nature!
Embrace warmer temps and April showers at The Whimsical Pig Bed and Breakfast at Wolf Creek.
The Whimsical Pig is an exquisitely restored 1876 farmhouse which marries the warmth of the past with the convenience of today. It is located across from the picturesque Winery at Wolf Creek on historic ‘old Route 21’ in Copley, Ohio. The home-like setting, with its lovely antiques and comfortable welcoming ambiance, caters to those doing business in town during the week, history buffs who will enjoy the many antiques collected over the years, and those looking for a special getaway. This small niche bed and breakfast offers guests a relaxing getaway featuring large guest rooms with luxurious bedding and spacious bathrooms. Multiple areas to relax and unwind are available throughout the house, including the parlor with wood burning fireplace, study and garden patio.
Guests will enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and cheese in the afternoon upon their arrival, wake up refreshed and begin the new day with a delicious specialty breakfast.
We’ll provide the beautiful setting, the welcoming rooms, and the friendly hosts. You will make the special times!
Come and enjoy “The Pig.” We look forward to hearing from you.
Ron and Sue Bishop
Bed and Breakfast at Wolf Creek
"Let me live by the side of the road and be a friend to man."
Samuel Walter Foss
This page was last updated: April 1, 2015
Copyright © 2013 The Whimsical Pig, LLC. All rights reserved.
We work very hard to make sure your stay is a pleasant and memorable experience. But don't take our word for it... see what our wonderful guests have to say!
Gift Certificates to The Whimsical Pig Bed and Breakfast are a great gift for any special occasion! What better gift than a relaxing getaway for a friend, family member, client, colleague or that special someone?
Pig In A Blanket Day
April 24, 2015