Our guest rooms are simple and uncluttered, yet comfortable and elegant- each with its’ own unique ambience and amenities. All rooms have their own private en suite bathrooms with showers or bathtub and quiet, individually controlled mini-split air conditioning systems.
Experience the historical color schemes (each painstakingly researched to promote sleep and relaxation), the antique furnishings scattered throughout, the original wood floors, and local Mennonite-made quilts and draperies. Enjoy the cozy well-lit seating areas, perfect for reading a book or listening to music, and our comfortable king & queen beds, perfectly situated to enjoy many views of the property.
We have purposefully designed each room around your travels, providing “at home” amenities with luxurious robes, quality linens & towels, fragrant bath products, hair dryers, iron and ironing boards and charging stations. If you absolutely must contact the outside world, we do have high-speed wireless access throughout the house and cable TV with free movie channels in each room.
As a graceful nod to the Bailey family’s 1924 expansion on the house- we have used the original, surviving floor plans to name several of the rooms.
Our first-floor room, the “Library” and second-floor rooms, “Our Room”, “Guest Room” and “Sleeping Porch” all retain the names that they have had for almost 100 years.
Our Bed and Breakfast sleeps 10, with 7 rooms to choose from.
Reach out to let us know any questions, comments or concerns you might have. We’d be happy to help!