Following a devastating fire, this inn emerged bigger and better than before.
In October 2002, a kitchen fire destroyed this property's historic 1895 inn. Although the building was full, no one was hurt. Undaunted by the disaster, the innkeepers rebuilt and reopened in December 2003. Fortunately, the lovely Carriage House and Cottages were untouched by the fire. The rebuilt main inn stays true to many of the original architectural elements designed by Stanford White, including a gambrel roof. New to the structure, which almost doubles the size of the old place, is a turret, wraparound porch, expanded dining room, 2,500 bottle wine cellar and spa. Bedrooms in the main inn are traditional and elegant. The Carriage House has a friendly Great Room and six bedrooms with private baths. The Cottages look like tiny red barns and offer true seclusion. All stays include full breakfast and afternoon tea. The inn is extremely popular for romantic getaways, with its busiest seasons being October and New Year's Eve.
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