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We had the pleasure of spending another great night at the Hotel Millersburg. We are cyclists and once again we got caught in a thunderstorm right before check-in. The pleasant gentleman at the front desk was so welcoming even though we were dripping wet. He...More
This is the longest continuously operating hotel in Ohio. In the lobby is a page from the ledger showing Grover Cleveland stayed here. Each room is individualized. They dining hall is welcoming. The lobby has a welcoming old time feel to it. It is on...More
I stayed at this hotel for a quilt retreat, and was amazed from the moment we arrived by the staff and their desire to make the weekend special in every way. They carried our bags to our room, and even all my sewing things to...More
I love old vintage decor. You can walk right out door onto street full of shoppes. Spent most of my time in the shops.
Had a street fair and it was fantastic. Really nice people working there and helpful for attractions and dining.
I love the beautiful the hotel is. They have done a fabulous job of keeping the history. I am now a regular when I am in the area. The staff is so friendly and the food is amazing. But I am going to keep my...More
Our standard two bed rooms may have two queen beds or two hotel double beds. Five of our six deluxe two queen rooms are much larger and offer views of main street or the Courthouse. The sixth deluxe room has two separate... More
Our standard two bed rooms may have two queen beds or two hotel double beds. Five of our six deluxe two queen rooms are much larger and offer views of main street or the Courthouse. The sixth deluxe room has two separate rooms, each with a queen bed and a flat screen TV.