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Very unique place to eat and stay. Food was awesome.

Beautifully maintained historic tavern and Inn from 1837. Wonderful food for dinner and breakfast. We stayed in the George Washington room with two fireplaces. Across the hall was the Thomas Jefferson room with the door open. A despondent woman in the 1800s tied a rope around her neck and jumped out of the from window. Her ghost has been seen and heard but she didn’t bother us. The staff is gracious and efficient. Original antiques everywhere. A house at the end of the block was on the underground railway. History at every turn.

When we first checked in, we were upgraded to the Jefferson Room as the room we were supposed to be in had no hot water. The next morning the Jefferson Room also had no hot water - thus, no showers. Other than that - I loved the place. It's old but that's what I expected.

We booked the SpreadEagle Inn for our 24th wedding anniversary on 1.29.18 & also the Tavern for dinner; the dinner was very nice & served well although quite pricey. We arrived at 3:00 pm which is the check-in time; the greeting we received was "we're closed" thinking we wanted the restaurant. Another person came from the office to the desk, apologized & registered us & took us to the Dolly Madison room. The room was extremely warm & we could not get it comfortable the whole time. There was NO HOT WATER in the bathroom so we could not shower! We were told to just "let it run", but that didn't do it. The most disturbing factor was when we found out that we would be THE ONLY TWO PEOPLE in the whole building (that was built in 1837) from 9 pm until 6 am! I can only imagine the insurance ramifications of that if an accident, fire or any number of possible problems would have occurred. We almost decided not to stay the night, but there was no one left to get our charges credited! So we stayed against our better judgment, but WE WILL NOT RETURN & WE CANNOT RECOMMEND.

Plymouth St. Hanoverton OH

Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn places you within a 10-minute drive of Guilford Lake State Park and Guilford Lake. This 5-room inn has conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Dining

Free full breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. This inn has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.


Rooms

Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn's 5 air-conditioned rooms provide fireplaces. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Free toiletries are also available.


Property features

Guests of Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. If you decide to drive, there's free parking.

Room options

Van Buren Room

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Madison Room

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Washington Room

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Jefferson Room

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn

Everyone (3) Couples (2)
5
Partner Couples

Very unique place to eat and stay. Food was awesome.

By on Jan 10, 2021

Review comment responded on Jan 13, 2021

Thank you for taking the time to review. We hope to see you again

5
Partner Couples

Beautifully maintained historic tavern and Inn from 1837. Wonderful food for dinner and breakfast. We stayed in the George Washington room with two fireplaces. Across the hall was the Thomas Jefferson room with the door open. A despondent woman in the 1800s tied a rope around her neck and jumped out of the from window. Her ghost has been seen and heard but she didn’t bother us. The staff is gracious and efficient. Original antiques everywhere. A house at the end of the block was on the underground railway. History at every turn.

By , from Columbus, OH on Feb 16, 2020

Review comment responded on Feb 19, 2020

We are so happy that you enjoyed your visit! Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us.

5
Everyone

By on Oct 7, 2019

Review comment responded on Oct 14, 2019

Thank you so much for taking the time to review!

4

valentines weekend

Everyone

When we first checked in, we were upgraded to the Jefferson Room as the room we were supposed to be in had no hot water. The next morning the Jefferson Room also had no hot water - thus, no showers. Other than that - I loved the place. It's old but that's what I expected.

By , from Pittsburgh, PA on Feb 12, 2018

2

a piece of ohio history...but needs work

Everyone

We booked the SpreadEagle Inn for our 24th wedding anniversary on 1.29.18 & also the Tavern for dinner; the dinner was very nice & served well although quite pricey. We arrived at 3:00 pm which is the check-in time; the greeting we received was "we're closed" thinking we wanted the restaurant. Another person came from the office to the desk, apologized & registered us & took us to the Dolly Madison room. The room was extremely warm & we could not get it comfortable the whole time. There was NO HOT WATER in the bathroom so we could not shower! We were told to just "let it run", but that didn't do it. The most disturbing factor was when we found out that we would be THE ONLY TWO PEOPLE in the whole building (that was built in 1837) from 9 pm until 6 am! I can only imagine the insurance ramifications of that if an accident, fire or any number of possible problems would have occurred. We almost decided not to stay the night, but there was no one left to get our charges credited! So we stayed against our better judgment, but WE WILL NOT RETURN & WE CANNOT RECOMMEND.

By , from North Canton, OH on Feb 1, 2018

Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn

10150 Plymouth St., Hanoverton, OH 44423
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