The White House Hotel, built in 1868, has been restored to its 1886 setting. With 150+ years of fascinating history, the hotel boasts a wide variety of stories, artifacts, and rooms, including a saloon, a speakeasy, a well, and a grand ballroom. Exploring the hotel is truly a journey back in time. There are very few remaining post-Civil War U.S. hotels in America, and this magnificent Federal style example gives us a glimpse back into the grand Victorian era.
The White House Hotel is now an active tour site and overnight stay experience. The owners are dedicated to preserving the rich heritage and history of the grand ol’ hotel. Visit our website for a brief timeline of the major events in the hotel’s history. Stop in for a tour or book a night to stay to find out more!
Fully restored to its post-fire revival, the White House Hotel is filled with period materials and furnishings, classic art pieces and stunning antiques. There is a wealth of history to be explored! Step back to the golden years of the railroad and experience the luxury of the finest hotel on the line. The facility boasts a large ballroom, saloon, kitchen, 18 bedrooms and sitting rooms, wine cellar and a prohibition speakeasy. A tour gives you walking access to all available rooms on the four stories of the building along with displays in each room with stories and information about each space.