March 2008 Issue
A Night to Remember - The Golden Lamb Inn
Want vacation photos that your friends and neighbors actually ask to see? Try booking a stay at one of Ohio’s 10 most interesting places to sleep - and don’t forget the camera.
The Golden Lamb Inn
Here today, gone tomorrow, is a phrase that could never apply to southwest Ohio’s Golden Lamb.
Established in 1803, it’s Ohio’s oldest inn and the most historically significant place to sleep in the entire state. In its 200-plus years, the Golden Lamb has hosted a dozen presidents, from John Quincy Adams to George W. Bush, and countless other famous notables, including Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. Lest anyone forget the establishment’s storied past, the place is filled with ornate, antique furnishings, and each of the 18 rooms is named for a famous guest; the decor in the Charles Dickens room includes replica furniture of that found in the Lincoln Bedroom at The White House.