Experience uniquely decorated rooms & suites with private baths, inspired by the sentimental at heart with a full breakfast served (week-ends) continental (week-days) in a smoke-free environment. Hide away in your private chamber, snuggle in comfortable bed linens and old fashioned charm and step into the Strawberry Pantry, where you will always find complimentary snacks, beverages and coffee/tea set up.
A decorating mix with collectibles and heirlooms await you. Get away from it all in this spacious suite with a queen sleigh bed and sitting room with fireplace. Shower or bathe in your separate slipper clawfoot tub on a carpeted riser.
You will think you are in the Piedmont Region of Northern Italy where Dolcetto Wine is made from Barbera Grapes when you stay in this 3 room suite. Among the grapes there is a luxurious king mattress on an ornate wooden bed frame.
Located on the first floor, guests can enjoy the beautiful king sleigh bed. Also may be set up as twin beds for two guests (3 night stay required). Relax on an overstuffed recliner and the red and white occasional chair. The private bath features a walk-in shower with adjustable hand held shower head, unique sink with a glass shelf and chrome towel holders. Exclusive to the Campbell Salon is the non slamming toilet seat...You have to see it to believe it. The pocket door affords guests privacy in the bathroom.
Whether you're a "boarder" or a guest, you will be enchanted in this room with a bold King bed, white wicker furnishings mixed with antiques also adorn the room.
This romantic setting has a Queen canopy bed with a back drape of lace and ivy, and an original Victorian love sofa. Look in the antique wardrobe for robes to relax in, find books to peruse, enjoy music on your CD player, Watch TV (should you feel the need), or just lie back in luxurious comfort.
Lace adorns a white iron Queen Canopy Bed. These "Painted Ladies" provide an interesting view of entertaining as it used to be. Enjoy conversation or reading on the overstuffed floral love seat or writing at the table...