Guest Rooms

Room Two:

It is unusual to find rooms with two beds in a B&B, and as you might expect, this room is one of the most popular rooms at our Bed and Breakfast. Room Two is a two bedroom second-floor suite perfect for a traveling family, or people who would like separate beds or rooms. The two bedrooms are connected by a small private hallway. The South Room has a queen bed and eastern window facing tree-lined Chestnut Street. The North Room has two single beds with windows facing east and north. The suite has a private bathroom with shower, air conditioning (in-season), clock radio, and WI-FI.

Room Four:

Room Four is a two bedroom second-floor suite. The larger, master bedroom has south and west facing windows with a queen four-poster bed and air-conditioner. The smaller bedroom has a small writing desk, closet and a south facing window. The room is equipped with bunk beds, which is perfect for children and teenagers, although adults might feel a bit crunched or claustrophobic in the bunks. Room Four has a private bathroom with shower/tub, clock radio, and WI-FI.

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Room Five:

This bright and sunny second-floor bedroom has three huge windows facing west, north, and east, a queen-size four poster cherry bed, an oak dresser, and chair. Room Five has a private bathroom with shower/tub, air-conditioning (in-season), clock radio, and WI-FI.

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Room Six:

This sunny third-floor room has a double window that looks out onto Chestnut Street, a Colonial armoire, chairs, dresser and a queen-size canopy bed. The room has a private bath with shower. There is also room for a rollaway bed, if needed.

Room Seven:

This spacious, tranquil room on the third floor is good for people who might be staying more than a couple of nights. It has a west-facing windows, a king-size brass bed, a chifforobe, a chest of drawers, and two wing backed chairs. The room has a private bath with shower. There is also plenty of room for a rollaway bed, if required.