|The 1910 House Bed & Breakfast
The Harrison Fisher Room is a double
occupancy second floor guest room with
courtyard views. It has a calm and
tranquil atmosphere created by its peach,
cream, and pale green color palette.
Guests can relax in the comfort of the
full-sized circa 1880 Renaissance
Revival antique bed with its luxurious
linens and European Down Feather
This room features an antique-style
secretary desk where guests may
conduct business or enjoy the pleasure
of reading one of the several circa
1910 novels housed within, illustrated
by the room's namesake.
The Harrison Fisher Room also features a peach-hued Art Deco period
ceiling fixture and circa 1880 Eastlake furnishings, including an antique
dresser-washstand and marble top table. The guest/desk chair is from the
Renaissance Revival period complementing the antique bed and desk.
The modern conveniences include cable TV and Wireless Internet. This
room shares a lovely hall bath.
The inspiration for this room came from the original early
1900's prints adorning the room. Harrison Fisher was an
American Illustrator whose works graced the pages of
many publications, such as The Saturday Evening Post,
The Ladies Home Journal, and Cosmopolitan.
233 Union Avenue
Wall Mounted Hair Dryer
in Bath Room
Digital AM/FM Alarm
Hearty Country Breakfast
Luxurious linens atop
Down Feather Beds
Spa Quality Towels, Guest
Robes, and Toiletries
throughout the B&B.
Nightly Turn-down Service
Ironing Board and Iron
|This room has an antique vanity
modified with a modern vessel sink and faucet!
Rates (per night): $92 to $102