Many of the hotel's guests enjoy downtown Mt. Vernon, OH, where they can learn about local history by visiting the Knox County Historical Museum. The museum contains artifacts and memorabilia of famous Mount Vernon inhabitant, Daniel Decatur Emmett.
The Woodward Opera House is located in downtown Mt. Vernon, near the hotel's location. Built in 1850, the historic opera house is considered America's oldest authentic 19th-century theatre and is listed on the National Register for Historic Places.
The Kokosing Gap Trail is easily accessible from the hotel's address in Mt. Vernon, OH and stretches for 14 miles along the former Pennsylvania Railroad bed. Another park worth exploring is the Wolf Run Regional Park, featuring a 30-acre nature preserve.
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Opening Summer of 2018! Mazza's returns to Mt. Vernon in a new location. Located next to the hotel, Mazza's Restaurant was established in 1939 and originally located downtown Mt. Vernon. The Mazza family is bringing back old classics and original family recipes. This family-friendly restaurant offers an Italian/American menu (Coming soon!)