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 antiques furnishings peppered 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 the 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 of 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, “Own Room”, “Guest Room”, and “Sleeping Porch” all
retain the names that they have had for almost one hundred years.