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Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn

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Great Place! If you are interested in going back in time and learn about history, it is the place to have dinner and spend the night then! Food was tasty and well prepared and staff was very attentive and friendly. We roamed the tavern until 2am and spent the night in the supposedly haunted Jefferson room. No ghostly encounters but...

Thank Fabien P
Youngstown, Ohio
Reviewed 2 January 2017

The food portions were skimpy and tasteless and overpriced for what it was. The service was mediocre except for the water boy. It was an overall very disappointing for the expectation we had as a Book Club, especially for the first timers in the group. The one positive was the setting, like stepping back in time.

Thank ellentd
Canton, Ohio
Reviewed 25 October 2016

We stayed at the Spread Eagle and enjoyed dinner and breakfast while we were there. The Inn is quaint and cozy and provided a great getaway for the night. We had a king bed in the Washington room and also enjoyed the sitting area, water, and chocolate chip cookies. Dinner and breakfast at the inn were great. I don't think...

Thank Beachlover0985
Tallmadge, Ohio
Reviewed 18 September 2016

We celebrated our 51st wedding anniversary at the restaurant only and had an excellent dinner and dessert! The atmosphere was quiet and relaxing and our server Heidi was great. We came because of a recommendation from friends and wish we could have spent more time to really explore the history, but had another commitment. We plan to return soon!

Thank pammy44
Denver, North Carolina
Reviewed 10 September 2016 via mobile

wonderful historic Republican site with marvellous meal options. Had the cod and Parmesan risotto. The berry pie was tasty and flavorful. Had to ask for a coffee refill 4x, otherwise would have been a 5 star experience.

Thank Bruce B
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 22 July 2016

Betcha you're gonna have to use your phone navigator to find this one, but it's worth it. Especially if you happen to be down to Rogers Farmers Market or Shaker Woods. A very old operating Inn that is perfectly restored that has a great restaurant. Excellent food in a casual atmosphere away from the bustling crowds. Good place to invest...

Thank Kevin D
Norwich, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 May 2016

There were eight of us for dinner and we had booked a separate room which turned out to be an excellent idea. Service was fast and friendly, a notable feature being that the servers did not have to ask who had chosen what to eat; they knew. The large table was laid out in a very attractive way and the...

Thank mgsnorwich
Reviewed 17 March 2016

nothing like this fine place around! Its a high end with great historical value and can even stay the night! We always take customers here and its perfect with fireplaces for the winter! Feels like Charles dickens era!

Thank quakerSam
Kansas City, Missouri
Reviewed 24 February 2016 via mobile

A historic fine dining establishment in Ohio, an eclectic menu that offers a wide variety but limited seafood options. The stuffed pepper appetizer was off the hook good! The restaurant is in an historic 1800 wondering home filled with memorabilia and stunning old world architecture. Really a neat experience, almost every room has a fireplace that is blazing! Done here...

Thank opm4are
Medina, Ohio
Reviewed 26 January 2016 via mobile

Outstanding historic 1830's? B&B with a fine dining experience and an ultra-friendly & accomodating staff. We went with friends for a Saturday lunch. We were welcomed to tour the entire facility as there were no guests that day. Just a beautiful old, unique building. Lunch menu was @ $15 plate. Outstanding selection was very elegantly presented. The chicken and butternut...

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Address: 10150 Historic Plymouth Street, Hanoverton, OH 44423
Region: United States > Ohio > Hanoverton
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Spread Eagle Tavern Hotel Hanoverton
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“The Washington room has a king bed and sitting area, but does require you to cross the hall to the bath (we didn't mind).”
Beachlover0985, 25 Oct 2016 | Read review
“The higher up you go, the more expensive the rooms are. ALL the rooms are really great.”
917kevind, 22 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Avoid the Lincoln room, as it is directly across from a dining room.”
TDinallo, 18 May 2015 | Read review
“Reservations a good idea”
chendabrito, 11 May 2015 | Read review
“The Lincoln suite is up on the second floor. There is a group dining room across the hall, so there is noise until 8 PM or a littler later.”
362danl, 24 Nov 2014 | Read review
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