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Accommodations

The inn has eight bedrooms, all with private baths.  Four are located upstairs in the original 1909 farmhouse and four
are in the ground floor addition to the original structure.  Each room is decorated in keeping with the simplicity of our natural
surroundings as well as with the architectural style of the original 1909 American Foursquare design.

Sunrise Room

In the southeast corner of the original structure, overlooking both the pond and a cluster of maple trees hollowed out in part by lightning and woodpeckers, is the Sunrise room, which has a queen sized bed, a twin sized sofa sleeper, and writing desk.

Star View Room

In the southwest corner of the original structure, the Star View room, has side windows that on clear nights can provide a view of the western sky.  This room also features a queen bed, twin sofa sleeper, and writing desk.

Tall Pine Room

The northwest corner of the original farmhouse is the location of the Tall Pine Room.  The room has a little alcove with a rocking chair from which the beginning of our stands of pine trees and the woodland trails can be viewed.  This room features a queen bed and a writing desk.

Pond View Room

The smallest room upstairs is tucked away in the northeast corner next to the stairs that lead up to the third floor yoga and meditation loft. It is called the Pond View room with a full sized bed, loveseat and has glimpses of the pond as well as a view of the pine trails when laying in bed.

Meadow Room

In the northeast corner of the ground floor, is our Meadow room. From the window here one sees the herb garden and in the distance our 40 acres of rolling meadow lands and the beginning of the walking trails. This room features two queen sized beds, a rocking chair, and a writing desk and a bathroom suitable for those with physical challenges.

Gate View Room

In the southeast corner of the first floor is the Gate View room, so named because you can see out to the main entrance and the gardens on the front of the property. This room has a queen sized bed, a twin sized sofa sleeper, a large marble topped round table with two chairs and bathroom suitable for those with physical challenges.

Lake Room

On the northwest side of the first floor is the Lake room. What remains of a once 20 acre lake can be seen from this room where you’ll often find flocks of geese, ducks, sand hill cranes, trumpeter swans, and herons who still call this body of water and wetlands their home in the summer months.  The Lake room has a King sized bed, a twin sofa sleeper, and a large glass topped table with two chairs.

Barn View Room

The Barn View room is located on the southwest side of the main floor.  The big red barn and silo, remnants of when this property was used as a dairy farm, are seen from this room.  This room is inspired by the American Southwest and consists a queen sized bed, twin sofa sleeper, and a small writing table.

Sunrise Room

In the southeast corner of the original structure, overlooking both the pond and a cluster of maple trees hollowed out in part by lightning and woodpeckers, is the Sunrise room, which has a queen sized bed, a twin sized sofa sleeper, and writing desk.

Star View Room

In the southwest corner of the original structure, the Star View room, has side windows that on clear nights can provide a view of the western sky.  This room also features a queen bed, twin sofa sleeper, and writing desk.

Tall Pine Room

The northwest corner of the original farmhouse is the location of the Tall Pine Room.  The room has a little alcove with a rocking chair from which the beginning of our stands of pine trees and the woodland trails can be viewed.  This room features a queen bed and a writing desk.

Pond View Room

The smallest room upstairs is tucked away in the northeast corner next to the stairs that lead up to the third floor yoga and meditation loft. It is called the Pond View room with a full sized bed, loveseat and has glimpses of the pond as well as a view of the pine trails when laying in bed.

Meadow Room

In the northeast corner of the ground floor, is our Meadow room. From the window here one sees the herb garden and in the distance our 40 acres of rolling meadow lands and the beginning of the walking trails. This room features two queen sized beds, a rocking chair, and a writing desk and a bathroom suitable for those with physical challenges.

Gate View Room

In the southeast corner of the first floor is the Gate View room, so named because you can see out to the main entrance and the gardens on the front of the property. This room has a queen sized bed, a twin sized sofa sleeper, a large marble topped round table with two chairs and bathroom suitable for those with physical challenges.

Lake Room

On the northwest side of the first floor is the Lake room. What remains of a once 20 acre lake can be seen from this room where you’ll often find flocks of geese, ducks, sand hill cranes, trumpeter swans, and herons who still call this body of water and wetlands their home in the summer months.  The Lake room has a King sized bed, a twin sofa sleeper, and a large glass topped table with two chairs.

Barn View Room

The Barn View room is located on the southwest side of the main floor.  The big red barn and silo, remnants of when this property was used as a dairy farm, are seen from this room.  This room is inspired by the American Southwest and consists a queen sized bed, twin sofa sleeper, and a small writing table.

Room Rates

 

Single occupancy: $120-$225 per night
Double occupancy: $135-$250 per night

 

Typically rooms are for 1 or 2 people.
A surcharge of $15 per additional person applies when there are more than 2 people in a room.

 

All room rates include a two course gourmet breakfast, afternoon snacks, and access to a self-service beverage refrigerator in our dining room.