This will be the 128th year the hotel is welcoming guests.
You can expect is to see antiques that will make your jaw drop.
There are hundreds and hundreds of antiques.
Every room of the historic inn has antiques, it’s a place that’s like stepping back in time.
As soon as you walk into the lobby, you can feel this is one special place.
You stand where some very influential people stood in days gone by.
A square grand piano, the original bell hop station, antique clocks and a pump organ decorate the lobby.
Not much has changed over the past 128 years since the inn opened.
The inn is now officially called The Inn at Cambridge Springs, but that hasn't changed the ambiance inside.
This hotel was built in 1868, and promoted the nearby mineral springs.
The water from these springs was said to cure whatever ailed you.
The original drinking water containers that were in the hotel are still there, minus the magical water, but some bottles still exist.
Outside, the cement pillars are still evident.
A boardwalk was once built on these pillars that guests would walk to the springs on.
The springs are gone, but the hotel, and it's history are alive and well
They're taking reservations for their rooms and two new chef's are manning the 3 kitchens.
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