Historically, 101 West Market Street dates back to the 1880's and has been a home to many of Danville's well known ancestors:  the Baldy, Wooley, and Wells families.  Local people also knew this historic home as a physician's office.

From the late 1950's to the early 1980's, Dr. William Curry was the physician to many of Danville's residents.  Those who passed through the doors of the Queen Anne Victorian style home left with a bottle of elixir and toting a prescription for better health.

Today, The Doctor's Inn offers an invitation for rest and relaxation where guests may escape the fast paced world and become reacquainted with the Victorian Era.  The craftsmanship of an ornate mahogany staircase, high ceilings, pocket doors, and romantically spacious, yet carefully decorated bedrooms, will send you back in time.

Guests may gaze across the brightly lit borough at night, enjoy a delightful breakfast, relax among the backyard gardens, or stroll the streets of downtown Danville.  Those who visit may learn that this combination of history and relaxation is just what the doctor ordered.