Jennies room bed and chair near window with dormers and decorative wallpaper

Jennie's Room

Pricing

As low as $138 per night

Location

2nd floor, 1st set of stairs, room on the left

Amenities

coffee &, tea

WiFi

TV

mini refrigerator

microwave

clawfoot tub/shower

spa bathrobe

shampoo, conditioner

hair dryer

air conditioning 

ceiling fan

Check-in - Check-out

check-in 3 pm

check-out 10 am

self check-in

Total guests

2 adults

Policies

ADULTS ONLY

NO smoking, pets, children, babies, PCT hikers, road workers, or railroad workers.

 

We foster a clean and quiet environment.

 

Service animals are welcome.

Private outside entrance

Second story room

Private bath - clawfoot tub/shower

Self check-in anytime after 3 pm

Self Check-in is available for all lodging units. Shelley, the manager will try to be available during check-in, but sometimes she may be with another guest or simply not available upon your arrival. When you receive your confirmation via email or mail. you will receive not only the inn's policies and check-in instructions, but a map illustrating where your room is located so you may go directly to your room/cottage anytime after 3 pm.

Pricing starts at $138.

Jennies room bathroom with pedestal sink and mirror, with aqua bead board wainscotting
angled view of Jennies room bed with windows and dormers
jennies room white clawfoot tub with white curtains
Jennies room clawfoot tub and sink, white, showing white towels on towel rack

Outdoor space for guests of Edwards, Morning, and Jennies rooms

This picnic table at the side of the inn is reserved for guests of Edward's, Morning, and Jennies rooms. Those three rooms do not have a deck to enjoy during the high season, so the picnic table is reserved for these guests exclusively.

Jennie's room was once used as s sewing room by Edward's wife, Jennie. It is a cheery room that gets the morning and setting sun. 

Rooms are named after family members. Edward's and Jennie's rooms are located next to each other, along with the only room not named after a family member - Morning room. Edward Huskinson and his bride Jenny built the home in 1893. The two other rooms at the other set of stairs are named after their children, Gladys and Barrett. It was later converted to a B&B in the 70's, and now serves as an inn.

wooden picnic table and benches outside on gravel with overhead tarps, and decorative canoe prop