Ratings based on 25 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 29, 2013
for Everyoneby MJR1976 from Streetsboro, Ohio
Like sleeping in a museumPosted Oct 21, 2013
Cons: Considering the age it was as expected.
The place is old, creaky, inconvenient, and full of character. You likely will never stay in a historically more interesting inn. The inn carries her age well. Hope to return again.
Recommendedby Jerry from Tuxpan, Veracruz
Very very nice change of pace!!!Posted Aug 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very very nice. It is the oldest hotel in Ohio but very well maintained and insulated. My wife spent the day here, reading and walking to the many downtown shops, while I worked and she LOVED it. The food was also great and we can't say enough about the helpfulness of the front desk. The entire stay was a treat!!!
Recommendedby Shelley from Indianapolis, IN
Flip Around Your Bedclothes & You're Good to GoPosted Jul 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
We really enjoyed this hotel. Great sense of history, antique furniture, cool bar. The funny thing we noticed after sleeping poorly the first night, is that the top of the bed is elevated about the foot. We think the whole floor in our room (the Harriet Beecher Stowe) sloped somewhat. We put our pillows near the footboard the 2nd night and slept much better. Even though our bed was right about the stairway, we were never disturbed by creaky stairs.
for Business Travelersby J. Atkisson from Lexington, Kentucky USA
Evocative of another age but comfortablePosted Jul 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Comfortable, quiet, and tasteful. There are antiques and period reproduction in your room and in the common areas but the essential modern conveniences are also there for one. The clientele seem to be educated and sophisticated but lacking in pretention. The staff is extremely accommodating and professional. I intend to return whenever I am in the area.
for Everyoneby Sally from Toledo, Oh
A destination hotel with distinctive ambience.Posted Jul 15, 2013
Pros: Being part of the history of this landmark adds a certain sparkle to an already fine stay. Right across the street was a Carnegie Library, too.
Location: Near Fort Ancient and Miamisburg Mound for history buffs. Lovely neighborhoods to stroll through and lots of touristy shops if that's what you like. R
We love creaky floors and history and this hotel has it, but the service, amenities, and especially the staff are as current as any new lodging. The Golden Lamb is a great place to stay, with lots of historical sites and experiences within easy drives. The food in the dining room was fresh, innovative, delicious, and served by knowledgeable and personable staff. Loved the local products, especially the whiskey and homemade mix -- it was the best whiskey sour I've ever had. We had the Warren G. Harding room with a gorgeous old cherry bed and lovely new mattress. Even the freebie toiletries were high class. Room was not large but everything we needed was at hand.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location of the hotel if you are attending an event in Lebanon, Ohio is perfect. The room size and comfort of the rooms vary significantly based on which "presidential room" you select; this was not at all made clear in the reservation. The hotel staff was extremely helpful and hospitable.The room we stayed in should not have even received a single star rating. It was in disrepair and in uncompleted repair- plaster under the sink and in the bathroom was patched and peeling. There was mold in the shower, the wallpaper was peeling off the wall and the door lock had to be jimmied to close and lock.
for Everyoneby Dennis from Nashville
Great historic hotelPosted Jun 23, 2013
Pros: The hotel restaurant had amazing food and service.
Cons: I agree with Charles Dickens when he stayed there. The coffee was pretty bad.
Location: Downtown shopping was good. Dinner at the hotel was the best!!!
The hotel was built in the early 1800s and has 4 floors with no elevator. The hotel staff was extremely friendly and offered to have our bags carried to our room on the 4th floor. The bed was very comfortable and the room was nicely appointed. The hotel restaurant was amazing with everyone in our party raving about their meal. The hotel doesn't have all of the amenities or a modern hotel, but if you are into historic places, this place is great.
for Personal Eventby Lou Lou from central kentucky
wonderful surrondingsPosted Jun 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
did not know anything about the hotel. the room was a little small for two people but the staff was wonderful and friendly. The town was beautiful. If i ever stay again I will suggest a bigger room. All rooms were different sizes so if you stay request the size you would like.
Recommendedby Julie from Mogadore
Quaint and charmingPosted May 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our stay was lovely though the 3 teens were a bit skeptical. Nice room. Hotel was historical and enjoyable. Food was great. Just know it is not super updated and hopefully your group is on board