A historic bed-and-breakfast with ties to a spy.
At The Spy House, the amenities of a polished hotel are combined with a history lesson. The brother of convicted spy Ethel Rosenberg used to own this home, and interested guests can browse through family photos, books and newspapers on the subject. In the dining room, an interactive dinner theater murder mystery ("A Brief Case for Murder") can be arranged for groups; each guest plays a historic character while enjoying a gourmet dinner, followed by a nightly stay in the house where the "act of espionage" depicted in the play occurred. Rooms are decadently decorated with an array of antiques, but guests enjoy modern luxuries, as well, such as air-conditioning and complimentary wireless Internet. The Spy House also accommodates business travelers by providing meeting and conference rooms; copy, printing and fax services; and flexible arrival and departure times.