Historic. Built around 1836 with clay and timber from local fields, this red-brick tavern served as a stagecoach inn for this community located on the old National Road. Several American presidents have stayed here, from John Quincy Adams to John Tyler. Modern guests can choose between dining in the more formal setting of the dining room or the more convivial setting of the tavern. Each meal begins with cinnamon sweet rolls, then progresses to generous portions of prime rib, steaks or walleye. There are rumors of a ghost here but the only spirits seen at the time of inspection were at the bar.