Dining Room

Cherry Room

Our guests are amazed at the woodwork and workmanship in this particular room. The original Tiffany lamps from 1910 grace the ceilings and give the room a warm glow. The massive hand-carved fireplace has imported English tiles which are original to the inn. Our grandfather clock chimes a friendly greeting. We invite our guests to enjoy in the Queen Anne mahogany furniture for cocktails or to just relax in.

oak room

Oak Room

The Oak Room (rightfully named) is covered in hand-carved wood adornments. The fireplace is surrounded by these carvings and one can see why it took 10 years to build this mansion! This relaxing room calls you to its overstuffed leather chairs and sofa, which you won't want to depart from. This room also has an original Tiffany lamp from 1910 which adds to the warmth of the atmosphere. Many of our guests enjoy reading or just relaxing in this inviting room.

dining room

Dining Rooms

Our round large dining room, called the Shaw Room, boasts of fireside breakfasts and a magnificent view. Our smaller dining room, called the Parlor Room, is decorated with a Victorian flair with burgundy and sage accents to compliment the wallpaper and original artwork. It also has the same extraordinary views. Some mornings our guests are treated to wildlife romping in our surrounding meadows.


1895 Leaded Glass Window

The magnificent original leaded glass window graces the ornate oak staircase. It depicts the Blue Spruce Tree that still stands at the front of the inn. The morning and afternoon sun shines through the hand painted glass, as if to remind us of the Lumber Baron who so lovingly had this mansion and all its fabulous woodwork created just for us to enjoy.