Rooms and Rates

We offer three guest rooms for your comfort. Each is newly decorated and has a private bath. Each room has a new HD Cable TV with satellite service. Free wireless internet is available throughout the home.

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RIVERSIDE ROOM

This is our most spacious and elegant room. It has a king-sized bed. Two sets of French doors open onto the veranda, making it only a few steps onto the porch where you can read in a rocking chair or watch birds playing under the live oak trees. The room is lit with a crystal chandelier. There is a writing desk for working or eating and two club chairs to take a load off of your feet. This room also has our largest bathroom with an oversized shower with a built in bench. Enjoy the view looking out under oak trees, past the expansive lawn to historic River Road.

Cost: $145/night plus applicable taxes

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PLANTATION ROOM

This room features a king sleigh bed, an armoire and a large, comfortable chair. An antique drop leaf table doubles as a writing desk. The room looks out to the azalea garden and past that to a pastoral view which often includes grazing cows. A neighboring Creole plantation home completes the scene. End your day by watching as vibrant colors light the horizon at sunset. The adjoining private bathroom is newly constructed and has a tub/shower combination.

Cost: $130/night plus applicable taxes


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RUM ROOM

This room has two oversized twin beds. Use the antique farm table to do some work, play cards or eat a snack. View our back patio from the window, complete with a view of an authentic sugar kettle. Look past the patio to view our fruit trees and past the trees out to a pasture and barn scene. The newly constructed adjoining bath is decorated with wainscot and a has a tile shower.

Cost: $130/night plus applicable taxes

 

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