6629 Route 23A, Tannersville, NY 12485
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The Candace Wheeler Room
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All rooms are decorated in a distinctive color scheme and furnished with authentic period pieces, artwork, and antiques.

The Candace Wheeler Room

Starting at: $175 /night
Double Victorian ornamental iron bed; original molding and wainscoting; wooden window seat; TV; hair dryer; iron & board; alarm clock; radio; overlooks front lawn; private bathroom w/window shower stall only. Suitable for two.

Candace Wheeler is one of the key figures in the decorative arts movement of the late nineteenth century. She was the founder of Onetora Park, a summer cottage colony in the Catskill High Peaks for artists and intellectuals such as Mark Twain, Elizabeth Custer, and Mary Mapes Dodge. Onteora Park, now a private community in the Town of Hunter, is 2 ½ hours from New York City, where Wheeler first partnered with Louis Comfort Tiffany and later founded her own firm, Associated Artists.

  • Double Victorian ornamental iron bed
  • Original molding and wainscoting
  • Wooden window seat
  • TV, hair dryer, iron & board, alarm clock, and radio
  • Overlooks front lawn
  • Private bathroom w/window shower stall only
    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.
    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.)
    Breakfast is included in your room rates.
  • All rooms are smoke-free. A $200 service charge will be applied if smoking has occurred.

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