The house is a classic gem with a wonderful history since its completion in 1888.
We were driving from Oregon and were late in arriving. We called ahead, and Doug waited up for us, greeting us at the front door with a smile. We had a quick tour of the first floor, and then chose rooms on the second. Every room is a treasure of period pieces. Beds are large and comfortable. Our rooms had wardrobes, sitting areas with magazines, dressers with mirrors, night lights. Very cosy.
In the morning we also met Lily and enjoyed tea in the kitchen with stories of the house and how they came to own it. If one loves history or architecture this spot should be on your list.More
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