Olde Indian Valley Inn
101 E Broad St
Fun - Spirits - Food! ATM and FREE WiFi available!
CASH BAR ONLY!
The Hotel Souderton, located on the corner of N. Front Street and E. Broad Street, was conveniently built one year after the opening of the railroad. Built by Jonathan Hunsberger in 1858, the hotel was first occupied by restaurant operator, Franklin Zepp. In June of 1860, Mr. Zepp was granted a hotel license which, we believe today, permitted him to serve alcohol and to rent rooms to the public.
Presently known as the "Olde Indian Valley Inn," fronting on East Broad Street, this 136-year-old historic building continues to operate as a hotel. Owner and operator for the past 25 years, Gwen Greaser is quite satisfied with the establishment. "I enjoy the diversity involved in operating a hotel, not to mention the fact (as she chuckles), that I can be my own boss." "The people around here are great!" "After the fire in 1979, many of the local customers joined forces together to make the necessary repairs to the hotel."