“first public use building in the Conejo Valley”
Originally called the Grand Union Hotel, the Stagecoach Inn was built in 1876 and now sits hidden in plain sight in an oak tree clearing adjacent to a public park and modern-day tracked homes. It was the first public use building in the Conejo Valley, publicized as a shooting, fishing, and hunting resort with good food offerings. Stagecoaches were the mode of transit bringing visitors to the hotel which, after various changes in ownership, served many purposes through the years such as post office, tearoom, boys' military school, restaurant, and exclusive gift shop. A ghost named Pierre is said to live here, and docents say he plays pranks like rolling up the rugs, stacking the library books on the floor, and turning the upstairs quite cold. Footsteps have been heard, and a face has been seen looking out the upstairs windows. Some visitors reported having conversations with an “oddly dressed man” who disappeared the moment they turned away.
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Stagecoach Inn Museum
- Sun, Wed - Sat: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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