Between Queen Victoria’s accession to the British throne in 1837 and her Diamond Jubilee in 1897, British and American society saw a rise in the revival of craftsmanship in the production of such items as murals, wood-carvings, stained-glass windows, embroideries, metalwork and furniture under the direction of William Morris, founder of the Craft Movement of 1861. Morris sparked many artists to take craft seriously. Among these was Candace Wheeler, maven of OnteoraPark, and founder of the Society of Decorative Art, which supported excellence of design in American embroidery.
- One double Victorian bed, one twin sleigh bed
- Victorian furnishings
- Cubby-corner closet
- TV, air-conditioning
- Private bath w/ full tub and shower
- SALES TAX
In addition to your room rates, 8.0% sales tax will be charged to your bill at check-out.
We charge one night’s room and tax as an advance deposit.
To receive a refund of your one night deposit all mid-week reservations require 72-hour prior cancellation, all weekend reservations require 14-days prior cancellation and all holiday and peak periods require 30-days prior cancellation.
Check-in time is 2 PM & check-out is 11 AM.
- ROOM RATES
All room rates are based on double occupancy. Extra per person room rate charge is $45/per night.
Children ages 5-12 are $10/per child per night. No charge for children under 5. (Well-behaved children only, please.)
All rooms are smoke-free. A $200 service charge will be applied if smoking has occurred.
Breakfast is included in your room rates.