Enjoy Your Stay
The America's Cup Room is located in the carriage house and attached to the main Inn via a hallway off the kitchen making it among the first rooms to catch the aroma of fresh baked goods awaiting you at breakfast.
With a westerly facing window overlooking the park-like grounds and swimming pool, enjoy prolonged shade in the room at morning if desired, or rise to the warm sunshine through the easterly facing window in the bathroom as you prepare for the day ahead of you.
The nautical-themed, America’s Cup artwork throughout the room rests on Navaho white walls surrounded by white wood trim and exposed post and beams original to the carriage house construction.
The room is furnished with an Ethan Allen queen four-poster rice bed with a pillow top mattress draped with white linen and thick spa pillows. There is a large armoire for clothing and two arm chairs to enjoy a good book or watch television.
The private ensuite bathroom has white wainscoting, tile floor, pedestal sink, and Kohler tub/shower combined, surrounded in navy blue and white tile.
Captain Perkins Room
The Captain Perkins Room, named after the original sea Captain who built the house in 1850, is the largest room at the Inn. Located in the front of the main Inn on the second floor, guests access the room via a private staircase off the main hallway. This elegant room is painted in a light salmon with white trim and crown molding. The five southerly and easterly facing windows let in abundant natural light that gleams on the wide pine floor dressed with an original hand knotted rug from India. On the easterly end of the room, there is large walk-in closet.
The room is furnished with both a king and a twin four-poster, mahogany bed. The end tables by the bed have Stiffel brass lamps for easy reading, and an antique brass pole lamp by the twin bed. There is a bookcase filled with large volume books for your enjoyment and plenty of sitting room with two stuffed wingback chairs and a writing table with two high back chairs.
The private ensuite bathroom with a westerly facing window is done with white wainscoting, white pedestal sink, and ball and claw tub/shower combined.
The room can also be opened up to form a grand suite with the adjoining Captain Reed Room behind a swinging bookcase and door.
The Remington Room is located in the carriage house and attached to the main Inn via a hallway off the kitchen. An example of rustic charm, the room is painted in a Navaho white with white trim and has exposed post and beams original to the carriage house construction. The artwork throughout the room is all original Remington prints. With a westerly facing window, enjoy prolonged shade in the room at morning if desired, or raise the blinds for a view overlooking the park-like grounds and the in-ground swimming pool.
The room is furnished with a queen pencil-post bed, draped with white linen and thick pillows. There is a cherry bureau and armoire closet for clothing storage and two wing back chairs for watching television or reading a book.
The large, private ensuite bathroom has white wainscoting, a pedestal sink and a large Kohler tub/shower combined. There is a unique, horizontal window along the northern bathroom wall. The window has been upgraded to energy efficient standards, but the size, location and its horizontal orientation remain original to the carriage house construction. It’s unclear as to why it was built that way, but it is a fact, that the bathroom of the Remington room was once the portion of the original carriage house that served as the outhouse. It’s come full circle!
Captain Reed Room
The Captain Reed Room is located in the western part of the main Inn on the second floor off the private, rear staircase near the kitchen making it among the first rooms to catch the aroma of fresh baked goods awaiting you at breakfast. The room has five low set windows facing northerly, easterly and southerly directions providing abundant natural light that gleams on the original wide pine floor. The room is painted in a soft cream yellow, decorated with ship prints and dressed with white wood trim.
The Ethan Allen queen four-poster beehive bed is covered in soft white linen. The room is furnished with two stuffed wingback chairs, a highboy dresser and an oak drop leaf writing desk.
The private ensuite bathroom is done with white wainscoting, pedestal sink, tile floor, and a rain head tile shower enclosed with seamless glass door attached to a marble step.
Although very charming, the original back stairs providing access to the Captain Reed Room have high risers and short treads. This room is not recommended for carrying up large suitcases or for people with unsteady legs.