This Inn first came to life in 1839 when Andrew Stockton got a license to entertain stagecoach traffic. It also likely served as a makeshift hospital during the Civil War from 1863 to 1865. People who have stayed at the inn report the experience as playful, whimsical and fun. Perhaps they are meeting with “The Colonel,” who is said to haunt the premises. The ghost has reportedly been seen shutting doors behind people and playing with the birdbath. Late at night, the ghost is often heard traipsing around the lot and foot-steps can be heard going up and down the hallway outside the kitchen. Book a stay, and you might be able to see the disembodied Colonel too.