The Main House
This lovely, federal style brick home, circa 1849, is the hub of our hospitality and where you, as our guests, will come to check in. It features the living room and dining room, which are common areas for our guests, and five rooms. All are welcome to sit and stay awhile on the comfortable sofas and watch tv, read a magazine, play a game or just enjoy a pleasant leisurely visit with new friends. Evening desserts are set out here for you to enjoy as well. The dining room is always open, so that guests may enjoy a coffee, cocoa or tea any time. A cozy reading nook in the upstairs hallway awaits anyone who would like to browse our assortment of literary works or magazines and sit down to read a bit. Feel free to take them back to the privacy of your room if you prefer.
The Sherwood Room
The Sherwood Room is the largest of the rooms and is the only room located on the first floor. It features a King size bed, along with two armchairs for a comfortable seating area. An oversized jetted tub makes this an ideal room to pamper yourself a bit, especially after a long day of sightseeing or sitting on the bleachers!
Mary Flagg Room
The Craig Room
The Montague Suite
Located across the hall from the Craig room in the front of the house is the Montague Suite, a bright yet calming room that tends to evoke feelings of peace and restfulness. There is a pleasant seating area for a long chat or to simply relax. Waking after a good night’s sleep on the inviting King size bed will be cheery and refreshing. This suite has the option to be connected with the suite beside it by unlocking the mutual door in the Jack and Jill bath. This is a favorite option for parents wanting to stay near their college bound student just one last night before sending them out into the world, or for parents of the bride, when Mom will want to be only a short distance away to help her daughter get ready for her most special day!
The Montgomery Suite
Remember that this is our home to share with you, and we want you to feel as welcomed as can be. Take the time to look around, enjoy the coffee or tea, or sip some wine and rest a spell. You are a part of our family when you stay at The Inn at Hans Meadow!