“She walks in beauty, like the night, of cloudless climes, and starry skies;
and all that’s best of dark and bright, meet in her aspect and her eyes.”
George Gordon Lord Byron, 1788-1824
You can almost imagine this influential British poet and leading figure of the Romantic Movement living in a castle with Mary Shelley while she penned Frankenstein. This second floor suite features the inn’s only private entrance off a small balcony, a regal four-poster Bristol Colonial canopy bed draped in splendid fabrics, and handsome high-backed chairs upholstered in animal hides. A step up into the bath reveals a striking stained glass window and enticing double whirlpool tub with underwater lights and cascading waterfall faucet.
Queen Size Bed • Live-flame Gas Fireplace • Double Whirlpool Tub • Private Bath • Waterfall Faucet • Underwater Tub Lights