Behind the 1890 building, on the lawn, sits the Carriage House. Built in 1996, the building was constructed around a beautiful 8 foot oak door removed from the 1890 building. It was made to look like the top half of the 1890 building including the 10 foot ceilings of the 1890 bedrooms.
Four Suites offer a double Jacuzzi in the bedroom. Five Suites have a gas burning fireplace, and four Suites have a private outside deck off the bedroom.
Northern Exposure Suite is perfect for a physically challenged traveler. The bedroom offers extra wide doors and a wheelchair accessible bathroom with a large roll in shower. Parking is close to the building and a ramped private entrance makes it easy to get luggage into the bedroom.
Amenities include television, Wi-Fi, hair dryers, individual heat control, ceiling fans, central air conditioning, bedside reading lamps, ice buckers, clock radios and telephone with voice mail. The entire building is non-smoking. The guest service area has a full sized refrigerator, snacks, sodas, bottled waters, and an iron and ironing board.