Savour the bygone era of luxury as you recline on a Queen bed in front of a wood-burning fireplace with a carved mantle. Named after the inn’s well-loved architect, this second level room has a medley of blue velvet and blue cotton chintz. Enjoy a long, luxurious soak in the whirlpool tub. This room can accommodate up to 3 guests; additional guest enjoys the comfort of the twin pillow top day bed.
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*prices subject to change, $35 extra for third person, and all applicable taxes apply.
Click and drag the mouse to look around the imageOnce Gertrude’s sewing room, “solitude” and “comfort” come to mind as you enter this cozy second floor room. Rattan chairs, stenciled walls and country pine brings this queen bedded room a casual ambience. And in the bath, a jetted tub-for-two and separate shower fitted into a window-lined alcove, a pedestal sink and a chandelier make you ask yourself: did Gertrude ever have it this good?
This former grand mansion was built at the turn of the century in the Edwardian style. Fully restored, the Beaconsfield Bed & Breakfast Inn maintains much of its original character.