Riverfront Hotel • Fine Dining
What They Are about
Overgrown and boarded up for years, a local Beacon family purchased the property in 2010 and a plan to create a vibrant hospitality business was put into action.
Structural engineers suggested that many of the buildings be demolished because of their poor condition, but we were determined to save and restore as much of the original property as possible. In keeping with this commitment to historical preservation, construction teams preserved original windows in the Mill building and the wood beams in the event space, rebuilt the walls of the event space with original bricks, and used reclaimed wood as a design element in the restaurant, hotel hallways and bathrooms. Wherever possible, materials found on the site were repurposed for use.
After an incredible combination of construction, restoration and design, many of the historic buildings on our property were given new life. Working with many local businesses and artisans, we created the new and modern world you find at The Roundhouse today. Custom tables in our restaurant, light fixtures in the lounge and dining room, beds and desks in the guest rooms, steel fencing, custom tiles, original artwork and even our graphic design work has come from the immense talent pool you’ll find right here in our hometown.
Once in danger of being demolished, The Roundhouse continues to anchor the east end of Beacon as a one-of-a-kind landmark for generations to come. Every day we are proud to open our doors for the enjoyment of Beacon residents and visitors alike.
Request The Waterfall Suites
Order the Radish Dish, when dining
Be sure to visit the waterfalls at night
Check-in is in the building by the parking lot, not the main building
Make reservation way in advance as this place books up quickly