Built in 1847,the historic Hotel Millersburg is one of Ohio’s oldest operating hotels and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hotel’s exterior and many interior features remain from the original construction. Hotel Millersburg offers 27 comfortable rooms, each with a private bath, and each uniquely decorated, most with Victorian era decor.
The historic Hotel, which has been placed on the US Department of Interior’s National Register of Historic Places, is located in the center of the Millersburg National Historic district.
As with any 160 year old building, the Hotel has undergone a major renovation and restoration every 30-40 years. Durable Restoration conducted the latest renovation in 2006. An elevator, a lobby, four new guest rooms and an expanded kitchen were added. Original elements of the Hotel include the building exterior, tin ceilings throughout the first floor, tin walls in the Lincoln Room, and two-inch thick solid maple entry doors. A sample of wallpaper from the 1840’s is visible in the Lincoln Room.