Once serving as the town’s feed and hardware store, this building was restored in 1972. Rooms in the Hardware Store are across from the Mill. All rooms have private bathrooms with showers, mini-fridges, hair dryers, and A/C window units.
One of the Inn's premier rooms, uniquely round, featuring a King bed on the ground floor. Relax in the over-sized whirlpool tub and let your stresses float away. In the cooler months (October-April) enjoy sitting in front of the wood-burning fireplace that is stocked daily with wood.
The room with the most history and character, the Board room is made up entirely from wooden boards that once constructed a Civil War fort just west of the Inn on Rte. 39! Adding to the charm, the Board room features a gorgeous antique flag that is the centerpiece of the living space. Comfortably outfitted with a king bed and a queen sofa bed, this spacious room is perfect for a small family or friends traveling together.
This guest favorite, the Dinwiddie room, showcases a gorgeous mantle taken from Civil War era Fort Dinwiddie. This large "colonial" style bedroom features a lovely four-posted size bed. Soak in the over-sized soaking tub and relax your troubles away. In the cooler months (October-April) enjoy the beautiful mantle and wood-burning fireplace. Just steps away from the Waterwheel Restaurant.
Named for the oriental decor that adorns the room, the Singapore is a large room with a huge picture window over-looking the main street. Guests will appreciate the mix of modern and antique furnishings which give this room a whimsical feel. The shower (which once opened out into the room!) was renovated in 2011 and now features multiple shower heads (including a rain shower head), and a more private setting.
Families and friends traveling together will appreciate the spaciousness of the Tower Apartment. With the living room in the upper level of the Silo, the unique round living room features a 50" flat screen TV, heated tile floor, and deck access. A small kitchen is just large enough to make light meals during your stay, and is equipped with a microwave, small oven/stove, cooking utensils, and dishes. Down the hall you'll find a guest room with two twin beds, 1 and a half bathrooms, and a master bedroom with a king bed. This room is perfect for couples or a girls getaway weekend!
Named after a Vermont area where the former innkeepers used to live, the Bromley room is a large room awash in the natural sunlight that comes in from the large picture window overlooking the main road through town. A modern four-poster king bed is featured in the room. Enjoy the privacy of your own small balcony. In season, enjoy a fire in the wood-burning fireplace.
A cozy one-bedroom suite, the Craven is fondly named for the architectural firm that transformed the Inn to the village-like feel it has today. The small sitting area is perfect for gathering before dinner for a glass of wine. The bedroom was upgraded to feature a king bed and a deep red hue. Book the Craven with the Bromley room for a two-bedroom suite feel if you are traveling with friends or family, as these two rooms share a main entrance.