The Golden Lamb is recognized as the oldest continuously operating business in the State of Ohio. On December 23, 1803, Jonas Seaman spent $4 for a license to operate a "house of Public Entertainment". The Golden Lamb got its name due to the fact that many early pioneers could not read, so giving a business a name that could be easily drawn and recognized, such as the Black Horse or Golden Lamb, was a necessity.
Today, The Golden Lamb is a full service restaurant serving lunch & dinner Monday thru Friday, and Brunch & Dinner on the weekends. The property boasts 18 historic hotel rooms decorated with antiques, but offering modern comforts such as Tempurpedic beds, plush towels, private baths and cable tv. The meeting space located on the second floor is perfect for groups of 8 to 80 guests. Visit the website for further details