This renovated historic house was built in 1880. It was originally owned by a local merchant who made his fortune by selling mining equipment. He sold it to a doctor who converted the house into a hospital and it served as a community medical center until 1968. There are four rooms, each with a private bath. They have one room available for guests who bring a large dog. Dogs are not to be left alone in the room. There is a $15 per day pet charge. They are also kid-friendly. They do have a cat that resides in the house.
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