The Entry Hall
makes the first impression when entering past the carved double doors of the vestibule. An informational desk awaits you with numerous brochures highlighting events and attractions of the area.
near the guest rooms is a small sitting area for your enjoyment.
The Living Room
, separated from the dining area by glass French doors, is a quiet and colorful space with comfortable easy chairs and sofa. This area has a vignette of antique knick knacks and photographs.
The Dining Room
offers a southern exposure and is filled with sunshine throughout the day. A large Victorian room offers separate seating, an alternative to dining on the porch.
- an authentic re-creation of a 19th century Victorian Library complete with floor to ceiling bookcases offering an array of local history and easy reading.
Also enjoy our collection of early American Music and Operettas as well as vintage 33's and 78's on the retro record player.
The Front Porch
overlooks the lawns and rose gardens. An array of wildlife can be observed on the winding path of Fly Creek. It is the perfect place to take a break from a busy day and relax on the two big old fashioned gliders or the Amish rockers. Our tables and chairs offer a nice place for afternoon tea or to enjoy your breakfast in warmer weather.