Our vintage rooms have made many a guest feel right at home since 1988. Built in 1902, our country mansion boasts 4 rooms and 3 suites. Take a trip back to when times were simpler & peace of mind came easier. Whether you are here for a night, a week, or a month, the charm of this estate will keep you coming back!
Queen bed | Private bath | Views of Front Garden
A secret passage to the Twin Suite is hidden in the closet. A king-sized bed and floor-to-ceiling ceramic tile bath with 1900 opulence awaits the pampered occupants. This room is perfect for exquisite loafing.
Queen Bed | Views of Front & Memorial Gardens
Frank Harding, the livestock insurance magnate made important decisions at the fireplace in this very room. It is a rustic pine paneled room with a canopied bed, quilts, oriental rugs, country furniture and a myriad of carved swans and Indian artifacts. A private bath is just 3 feet away in the hall.
Queen Bed | Private bath | Views of Front Garden
Mary Jo, Frank Harding’s wife, was an interior designer whose favorite color was blue. The blue room includes a matching blue bath and a 1920’s queen bedroom suite with shining oak floors and hooked rugs. You can sleep until noon in this room because the special swag and shuttered windows block out the daylight or open to a view of the expansive lawn.
Private bath minus tub | Queen Bed | Views of the Memorial and Back Gardens, as well as the Swimming pool
Betty Jean, Oscar Swan’s daughter, well-known for her charm, lived in this two room suite with French Toile fabric ceilings and floral chandeliers decorated with a 1920 queen-bedroom set, a single bed and a private bath minus tub. It overlooks the memorial and back gardens, swimming pool and Betty Jean’s special playhouse.