The Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast has five guest rooms all with private baths. The Library room located on the first floor and the Victorian, Garden, Queen Anne and Blueguest rooms are all on the second story.
The Library guest room is located off the parlor. It has a large bay window with a view of the gazebo and formal gardens on the left side of the house. There is comfortable wicker seating on the first story of the balcony, just outside the Library guest room.
As you ascend the stairs to the second floor landing, the first room on the right is the Victorian guest room. This room has views off of the right side of the house and f the rear formal gardens and fountain.
Across the hallway from the Victorian room is the the Garden guest room. The Garden guest room has extensive view of the gazebo and formal gardens on the left side of the
house from its large bay window. It also has a great view of the rear formal gardens and fountain. The Garden room has access to the 2nd story balcony from the room.
As you travel down the hall to the front of the home on the right is the entrance to the Queen Anne guest room. This room also faces
the left side of the house and has views of the gazebo and formal gardens and views of Pine Street. The Queen Anne guest room also has access to the 2nd story balcony from the room.
Directly across the hall from the Queen Anne guest room is the Blue guest room.
It is the second largest room in the house and has a perfect view of the gardens on Pine Street from it large window.
If you continue down the hallway towards the front of the home you will come to the doorway which leads to the 2nd story balcony which provides comfortable wicker seating for all 4 rooms located on the second story.
Tip: The Garden and Queen Anne guest rooms are often rented by family or friends traveling together since both guest rooms have entrances to the 2nd story gallery balcony from each room. With comfortable seating for all this area provides a wonderful sitting area for catching up – Angela Reservation Specialist