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The Bank of Oberlin building became the Decatur County Courthouse in 1896 after the failure of the bank. This 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 room features Victorian mauve, green and purple wall paper imported from Sweden, Victorian draped curtains, a tall very ornate walnut queen size Victorian bed, Victorian settee and a TV.   The spacious bathroom features a claw foot tub & shower, walnut vanity and a stained glass window.  This room has corner windows that overlook downtown Oberlin.

Room Rate for double Occupancy  $109.95

Rates include full breakfast in The Teller Room.  State and business rates without breakfast are available on weekdays.  Single, clergy and military discounts may be available Sunday-Thursday.  An additional futon mattress may be requested for $20/night if available.  $15 charge for each additional guest.  A 48 hour cancellation is required.  The LandMark Inn is a smoke-free environment.

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