Merwinsville Hotel

1 Brown's Forge Road


Merwinsville Hotel in Gaylordsville was built in 1842-3 as a hotel and railroad station by Sylvanus Merwin. A three-story wood-frame building, it is one of oldest hotels built specifically for a railroad stop in the U.S. The third floor ballroom is currently being renovated. After rail service ended in 1915, it was used as a private residence into the 1940s when it became vacant until it was restored in the 1970s.
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