Second Floor River House Suite
The second floor unit of our River House Cottage, affectionately known as the "Hunting Suite" has several mounted deer heads, and a stuffed wild boar head in his own antique cradle who we call "Matilda". We get quite a few hunters in our area during the Fall, so the theme of this suite is a woodsy outdoors look. If you choose to stay in this second floor unit, you will have a better view of the river and mountains beyond, as well as a little more privacy outside your windows. As with all our units, it is fully air-conditioned throughout.
This unit is filled with tons of antiques bought at local auctions, and we've been told is "incredibly charming". The walls are paneled in knotty pine, and the floors are newly carpeted throughout. The living room has a new full size sleep sofa, large pine armoire with cable television and DVD player, room sized oriental rug, plenty of lighting, and tons of storage for your personal effects. Also included is a cast iron gas log fireplace.
In addition, there are two large end tables to match the pine cocktail table which has a lift up top for dining in front of the television. The dining area has a round table with seating for four, a bar counter seating four more, and a full sized kitchen with microwave, gas oven, full refrigerator/freezer, and all the dishware and cooking utensils you will need.
The bath is full sized and features a Jacuzzi tub with shower, plenty of storage space for your toiletries, along with an antique pine medicine chest, antique mahogany table covered with cotton towels, and a window looking towards the main inn.
The bedroom on our second floor features an antique full-sized iron bed, antique oriental rug on the floor, two large antique oak end tables with lamps, comfy reading chair with table and lamp, and an antique dresser painted in white. It also has a full-sized closet with plenty of shelving and hanging space for your wardrobe. Adjoining this room is a small reading nook with two rocking chairs and a bookcase filled to the brim with mysteries and romances to while away winter nights or summer afternoons.
The views from the deck are wonderful, and you get a great panorama of both the mountains and the river.
Although our River House and Carriage House guests usually find everything they need within their suites, they are encouraged to enjoy the public areas in the Main Inn and our river bank along the Trout River. We always have fresh baked goodies, coffee, tea and spring water available in our Fireplace Room in the Main Inn, along with board games, puzzles and reading materials.