The Murphey Room - $130/night
In the Murphey Room, the quilts are softly bathed in light lavender from its southeast exposure. Originally two rooms, these have been combined into a cheerful room at the top of a private staircase. Its separate antique twin beds can be made into a king bed. Colonial shutters offer the perfect touch of privacy.
The Witmer Room - $130/night
Three generation of Witmers (1883-1940's) resided at the E.J. Bowman House, so this room is named in their honor. Centrally located, with an enclosed porch to its east side and garden view to its west side, we feel this is the perfect couple's retreat for your weekend get-away.
The Lucinda Mae Room - $120/night
Glowing with warm autumn yellows and rusts of the northeast exposure, you will relax on the expansive quilted queen bed, behind plantation shutters. Enjoying life's moments like sweet pineapple after a good meal.
The Hauck Room - $130/night
During the Haucks’ ownership this family home became known as “the big yellow house.” This room is named in their honor. With northwestern exposure, this is like the perfect room for all seasons with ample light throughout the year, and a glowing fireplace for those chilly winter nights. Don't forget that glowing fireplace to keep away that cold winter night.
The Bowman Suite - $205/night
Named for the original owner, this two-room suite offers the most luxurious private comfort. A maxi-king bed, elegant fireplace, and larger flat screen television complete the main room of the suite. The adjoining sitting room daybed plus hidden trundle bed, make this the perfect family space for a holiday retreat. A coffee maker and refrigerator offer extra service.