Once a summer kitchen, this suite now connects to the main house and offers a cozy private space. The large brick fireplace with its wrought iron spit and cauldron still dominate the room, but now there is a new king bed in which to sleep. From the room, you can see the Antietam National Cemetery — immediately adjacent to the Inn.
In the loft, there is a twin bed—perfect for older kids. Look there for the wooden rocking horse, hand made from black walnut by Miriam’s 95 year old Great Uncle Keith. The en suite bathroom is unique. It features a claw foot tub—now with a handheld shower—where guests can relax after a long day of walking the battleground.
Wooden floors and peaked ceilings make this entire suite feel very rustic, and add to the pleasure of reading books on the Civil War under the benevolent gaze of Abraham Lincoln.
- King-sized bed
- Private, en suite bathroom with handheld shower
- Loft area with twin-sized bed
- Dogs allowed
- Extra guest fee applies if use twin bed in loft
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