A Historic Landmark From 1847, Mullin Hotel Is Perhaps West Virginia’s Oldest Continuously Operating Hotel

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In 1847, James Polk was president. The U.S. Postal Service sold the first postage stamps. Thomas Edison was born. Narcissa Whitman died. And the Moorefield (now Mullin) Hotel in Moorefield, West Virginia (then Virginia) was built, funded by such stockholders as Robert E. Lee’s brother Charles and quickly earning the reputation as one of the finest hotels in all of the Virginias.

Learn more about the Mullin Hotel in Moorefield, West Virginia and book a room for a unique and memorable stay by visiting this historic landmark’s website. You can also visit the Mullin Hotel’s restaurant on both the web and Facebook. And if you’re here in Moorefield for any length of time, don’t miss the chance to visit this little local Pupuseria!

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Address: Mullin Hotel, 104 S Main St, Moorefield, WV 26836, USA