The Moosalamoo Room is very warm and comforting. Guests always ask what color the walls are painted and here is the answer…Ralph Lauren Beachside Raffia. It features an black distressed cottage king bed with ivory and ecru linens. It has one of the original porcelain soaking tubs from 1909 with an added shower surround for relaxing in the bath.
The second Master Bedroom of the mansion is one of our most popular suites. Albert’s room has a pineapple pine four poster queen size bed, single sleigh bed, wood burning fireplace flanked with two wing back chairs, pine writing desk, and pine armoire. The bath has white subway tile and black & white floors with a claw foot tub, shower and pedestal sink.
Inspired by James Audubon, this room pays homage to the many species of birds found in Vermont. The Champlain Valley is a major migratory route and birding destination. The Audubon room features a French Country distressed black king bed. The walls are cream but textured and the linens are Pottery Barn…with birds of course! It has a tiled bath and shower combination.
The Gardener’s room, well, it has to be somewhat flowery and green, but this special room in its quiet corner retreat of the Inn is very popular. It has a cottage style cream painted queen size bed with a wall mounted TV and sweet writing desk…to take notes of the flowers you found in Vermont!. It has a very large tiled bath and shower combination.
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