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Cottage Victorian Suite

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Suites |

This room is named after the room’s unique furnishings.  The Cottage Victorian style is stenciled pine furniture that was more affordable in the 1800’s but is rare today because it was usually discarded when a family could afford hardwood furnishings. The yellow rose stenciled set includes two queen size beds and a desk.  The bathroom has an...

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R.A. Marks Suite

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Suites |

Named after the Bank of Oberlin’s founder, the room features a spoon carved queen sized bedroom set, a day bed, a unique Victorian corner sink, a mounted bobcat and a large original picture of Buffalo Bill Cody who spent time in this area.  The room is dark green and has stenciled 1880’s wallpaper border.  The bathroom has an antique sink and...

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Judges Chambers Suite

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Suites |

The Bank of Oberlin building became the Decatur County Courthouse in 1896 after the failure of the bank. The prominent second floor corner office became the Judge’s Chambers. Evidence of this was found during restoration as upon removing the old wallpaper the name “Judge Webb Bertram” was found written on all four walls of the room. This...

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Oberlin Mercantile Co.

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Amenities |

Oberlin Mercantile Co.-Our gift shop  features Kansas food products, fashion jewelry,  Victorian collectibles, antiques and collectible toys displayed in antique store fixtures. Click here for more information about the Oberlin Mercantile Company

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The Teller Room

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Amenities |

Located in the original bank lobby this area is highlighted by fourteen foot high wood ceilings, massive arched pine windows, drug store fixtures and gas style lighting. Coffees, desserts, and limited menu meals are served to the general public. Click here for days and times and menu selections for The Teller...

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