The Gold Eagle was constructed on this lot in 1962 from parts of three antique barns, brought in and put together piece by piece. In July of 1979 construction began on an additional room, now known as the "Still Room."
Our Main Dining Room and Lounge both feature various tools and equipment used in early farm life. The beams directly above you were hand hewn and must have cost some strong, brawny lad many hard days labor! While enjoying your dinner in front of the hand cut stone fireplace, take time to enjoy the various necessities of Pioneer living including kitchen wares, oil lamps, traps, sickles, scythes, and much more. Then try to imagine what it would be like if your standard means of transportation was one of our military - or worse yet - Sidesaddles!
In the Bell Room you’ll find a fine collection of Antique Bells. The various sleigh, hame, brass, crystal, and China bells all await your curiosity and enjoyment. There is also a scale reproduction of the Liberty Bell, cast at the Whitechapel Foundry in England as a tribute to our bicentennial, 1976. The large bell on the tripod is a railroad engine bell from Pittsburgh and Shawmut Railroad.
The Still Room is a tribute to the days of bootlegging. The walls display several antique whiskey stills and apple presses. The cases hold several early collectable liquor bottles.
We hope that you will join us for a stay in our cozy motel or a delicious dinner at the Gold Eagle Restaurant.
Please call for Reservations (814) 849-7344