The Casselman Historic Inn
Historic Bed and Breakfast
The Casselman Inn was built in the 1840’s by Solomon Sterner to serve travelers on the National Road. Each room in the original three-story Federal brick house contained a fireplace, the only source of heat for warmth and cooking. The bricks were handmade on the land nearby, and much of the woodwork is hand-hewn timbers and hand-planed boards. One of the most beautiful features is the cherry hand rail ascending to the third floor. Read more about the history of the hotel and restaurant on our history page.
The historic inn features the two-room Dorsey Suite with its newly decorated bedroom and sitting room areas. The classic beauty of the antique furnishings and oversized double bed combine with the comfort of a sofa that can open into an additional bed, and the luxury of a private bath with soaking tub in each room. In addition to the suite, two other rooms with private bath are also available. Take a step back in time by choosing the suite or another room for your overnight stay with us. Each night includes a voucher for a free breakfast in our dining room the next (following) morning.