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The Eastlake Room is named after writer and architect Charles Eastlake (1836-1906) who was a believer in the art of making furniture by hand and not machines. At the revival of the Queen Anne style of architecture, he wanted workers to once again take pride in craftsmanship, so he began the rebirth of geometric ornamentation, spindle-work, and relief carvings on furniture. It was to be affordable and yet easy to clean. It is warm and comfortable with a vintage high backed chair in addition to the red velvet Lincoln rocker which will soothe and relax you after a stressful day. The fireplace in the Library is also in the Eastlake style, although, it has been determined that the upper mantle was removed over time.

This spacious room is filled with beautiful, original antiques including the red velvet “Lincoln” rocker. There are 2 dressers both designed in the manner of Charles Eastlake (after whom the room is named) Antique bed has been converted to fit a queen mattress. Individually controlled heat and air, TV, spacious private en-suite bathroom, walk-in shower, linens, hair dryer and all assorted toiletries.