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This b&b is a richly ornamented, 19-room Tudor mansion designed in 1923 by Meade & Hamilton for General Tire Company founder William O'Neil.
In 1972, the family of William and Grace O'Neil donated their family farm to the Summit County Metro Parks. The park was named in honor of the founder of the General Tire and Rubber Company, whose son, M. Gerald O'Neil, served nine years on the Board of Park Commissioners.

Coyote Ugly, Clevo style. Complete with a drawbridge, O'Reilly's castle-like facade places a far second to its main attraction -- scantily clad barmaids in short miniskirts, low-cut tops, and high-cut boots.
Situated on gently rolling hills, the spacious design gives all level of golfers a challenging run. The new clubhouse houses a pro shop and snack bar, well suited for small or large parties.

Formerly the Odeon, Earth now hosts hip-hop and jazz nights
This ritzy martini lounge is decorated with dark wood, and specializes in elaborate drinks and finer wine.
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