Recapture the magic of a time gone by when you enter into the Benson Room, one of the Manor House's original rooms, which showcases circa 1775 brickwork above the fireplace mantle. Soft blue and rose floral wall coverings soar to the high ceilings with intricate moldings surrounded by 150 year-old white wainscoting which complements the wall décor. A plantation-style queen carved cherry four-poster bed beckons you to a peaceful night of rest with the glow of the gas log fireplace casting its spells not far from the footboard. One might watch a movie or cable TV from this vantage point of the extremely comfortable high mattress. Indulge yourself and your partner in the soothing two-person corner whirlpool or relax under the rainforest shower - all nestled hearthside. Step out of the tub onto a rich burgundy Oriental rug which partly conceals the original heart-of-pine floors, reminding one of this historic environment. A bedside desk may be the perfect place for writing those overdue love letters or catching up on the latest e-mail. Hidden behind pocket doors is a private cozy bathroom.
- One of the Manor House's original rooms, features circa 1775 brickwork above mantle of romantic gas log fireplace
- In-room, soothing two-person whirlpool with rainforest shower
- Plantation style queen four-poster high bed rests upon a rich Oriental rug
- Private, cozy bathroom