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Best things to do in Willoughby Hills

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Point of Interest
“The remains of this castle are a beautiful view into the heart of a man building for his wife to come from Great Britain over a hundred years ago, but she never came. He didn't quite finish the castle, and it is now in ruins.”
4 locals recommend
Bar
“Anytime is the best time to go... Try the Calamari Fries and the Famous Little Devils. Yum! They have live music in the summer on the patio, and every Wednesday is open mic jam night.”
3 locals recommend
Bakery
“This little shop about 100ft from your front door offers fresh produce. Also, enjoy nearby farmers' produce in the summer and fall. There is a beautiful eating area around the back.”
3 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“This grocer is the best thing that's happened to the area! This cute store has the cheapest, freshest produce, spices, deli in the area. It's a 10 min drive from our house. If you're sick of pit-stop meals, this is well worth a visit.”
3 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Home Goods Store
“I have found many characteristic and rare items at this large collection of well-priced antiques.”
1 local recommends
Castle
“One of the most beautiful things I've ever seen on a fall or winter day. Worth the 30 minute drive from the house!”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
2 locals recommend
Store
“This is a wonderful golf course....my father's favorite and public...also right across the street”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Food
“The Woodroom Martini and Wine Bar on Chardon Road might just be one of the best kept secrets in Willoughby Hills. The cozy, warm ambiance will put you at ease while you choose from an expansive wine list. Choose anyone of their appetizers that are served hot, prompt, and guaranteed to make your mouth water. Be sure to try the signature martinis that draw in thirsty visitors from miles around. We love this place! It is so wonderful to sit on the patio in the summer in front of the fireplace and have a few drinks with friends. There is also a new outdoor party room which is fabulous for small parties. They make a great Bellini and have a nice little appetizer menu. Try the bruschetta - yummy! ”
1 local recommends
Park
“Pleasant Valley Park covers nearly 80 acres of land along the Chagrin River. A hot spot for fishing, it offers access to 2,000 feet of fishable stream with a scenic view of the densely forested area that surrounds it. Bald Eagles have claimed this area as a home providing a chance to catch a glimpse of America's majestic national symbol. Over half a mile of hikable trails offer a scenic escape from city life. ”
1 local recommends