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Garden Suite $209 - $379

KING BED | Carriage House | First Level | Upon entering this room, you’ll see wide-paneled hardwood floors, crisply ironed sheets atop a king-size bed, and a coastal-themed sitting area with a sleeper loveseat for a third guest.

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Breezing Up Room $169 - $279

QUEEN BED | Main House | First Level | The Breezing Up Room is one of our most popular selections and earned its name from the Winslow Homer print that hangs atop the mantle of the fireplace.

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The Highlands Room $169 - $279

QUEEN BED | Main House | Second Level | Located on the second level of The Main House, this room overlooks our inn’s beautifully manicured side gardens and expansive lawn.

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Beach Rose Room $169 - $279

QUEEN BED | Main House | Second Level | This second-level room has an intimate, Victorian-style feel and overlooks the Old King’s Highway and lush front garden.

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Cricket Room $159 - $239

DOUBLE BED | Main House | Second Level | Our Cricket Room, located on the second level of The Main House, is bright and cheery in every way.

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Seacroft Suite $189 - $329

KING BED | Main House | Second Level | The Main House’s Seacroft Suite, located on the second level, offers cozy accommodations and breathtaking views.

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Treetops Room $189 - $319

KING BED | Carriage House | Second Level | Our Treetops Room offers guests second-level privacy and a view of enchanting, 200-year-old oak and maple trees outside the windows.

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Seabreeze Room $179 - $279

TWO DOUBLE BEDS | Carriage House | Second Level | Our Seabreeze Room is bright and airy, with a semi-private deck complete with a table and chairs that overlook the rear of our inn.

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Copeland Room $169 - $279

QUEEN BED | Main House | First Level | The Copeland Room earned its name from the historic building’s original resident, Senator George Copeland.