The Main House Common Rooms
- Upstairs Center Hall
- This large common area is located just outside both bedrooms. Though each bedroom has its own cable TV with VCR/DVD, guests often enjoy gathering in this spacious room, for movie watching, reading or board gaming. Main Street is viewed through an impressive arched, beveled glass door, with side transoms.
- A hospitality area (pictured below) in the center hall provides a microwave for warming. Complimentary coffee/teas, and a basket filled with various packaged snacks, line an English tile and marble washstand. The refrigerator is stocked with bottled water and soda.
- Downstairs Center Hall
Guests relax in this space to read daily papers, peer through magazines, gather to chat, or play a game of Checkers on a period game table. A sofa, parlor benches and French chairs... one with down feathers, are within the seating area of the center hall.
- Music Parlor
The Victorians surrounded themselves with things of interest and meaning. The Inn's music parlor is sunny and decorated with Victorian pieces and furnishings. Breakfast for two is served in this beautiful and peaceful room. A piano awaits the fingertips of talented guests. The Music Parlor...where musical guests are invited to share their talents.
- Library Parlor
Breakfast can be enjoyed looking out to Main Street in this begonia colored parlor. Borrow a book or catch up on the news. Several newspapers, including our own twice weekly local Marlboro Herald Advocate, find their way to breakfast tables, comfy spots on the veranda, or guest rooms. A chess table is within the library parlor. Other board games can be spread out on one of two dining tables for fun filled memory making.
- Breakfast Parlor
Six can enjoy breakfast in this bright and cheery room, which also serves as our Welcoming parlor. A beautiful six foot hand carved sofa with matching lady and gent chairs are regular landing spots for the tired and weary. Guests can peek at numerous old American pottery vases such as Roseville, Weller, Hull and McCoy, and cabinets lined with colorful depression glass and dinnerware, collected by the innkeepers for decades.
Guests' hospitality area