About The Lavender Room
The Lavender Room, or Inside room as we often call it, is nestled inside the house, and is located off the kitchen. It is the largest of the three rooms and was recently painted a lovely 'amethyst' or rich lavender color. Its bathroom, while not in the room, is located directly across the private hall and is also the largest. The Lavender room has a single queen sized bed, a lovely Arts & Crafts table for your suitcase, a relaxing chair, Shaker-reproduction cabinet built by John, and small tables owned by and possibly made by John's grandfather. Beware, this room is great for sleeping, and guests who like to rise early often find that they accidentally slept in. If you do get up before we have coffee ready, you are welcome to use the Keurig in the outer hallway.
The window looks out onto our backyard, and you can see the emus and the woods that shield us from the road. The art in this room includes Japanese woodblock prints and watercolors painted by Chinese artist Xu De, who lives in Western Massachusetts. Also hanging in this room is a special painting of a rooster, a gift from Xu De to commemorate the birth of our son who was born in the Year of the Rooster. This room is our choice for people who like dogs, as you may encounter ours as you come and go.
We welcome your reservations by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 413-584-1703. Room fees are $115 per night and include a full vegetarian breakfast. Rooms fit a queen-sized bed and 2 people. Call to see if it is possible to add a child over the age of 12 or a small adult on a cot. Any extra person is charged $20.