Dining

The Dickens Room

The Dickens Room

The Dickens Room, one of the main dining rooms on The Golden Lamb's first floor, is named after the famous English novelist Charles Dickens. While dining in the Dickens Room, you will discover framed prints paying tribute to this colorful Englishman and a collection of his books on display.

The Lebanon Room

The Lebanon Room

The Lebanon Dining Room is the site of Innkeeper Jonas Seaman's original log tavern. Licensed in 1803, the log structure stood until 1825 at which time it was torn down and replaced by the current brick building. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing meal surrounded by numerous antiques and old portraits. While dining in this room be sure to look for the rare Shaker chest sitting in the corner.

Buckeye Dining Room

Buckeye Dining Room

Our one and only first floor private dining room is not available at all seating times. This room is a divided entity of our general dining area. Seating in this room can be arranged for as many as 40 guests and is handicapped accessible.

Shaker Room

Shaker Room

In the late 1920's, The Golden Lamb was purchased by Robert and Virginia Jones. Ten years later a fire nearly gutted the third and fourth floors. Mr. Jones could not buy new furniture so he purchased second-hand pieces. Little did he know how priceless these pieces would become. Today this rare collection of Shaker materials includes documents, literature, and furniture.

The Shaker Room is one of four dining areas located on the first floor. Come have lunch and see first hand this Shaker Collection.

"All great change in America begins at the Dinner Table" 
- Ronald Reagan