The Chardonnay Room
The Chardonnay Room is the coziest room with the view of the winery and the vineyard that stretches out to the rolling hills and wooded licks. The famous "Rice" bed, with its towering posts, is surrounded by Victorian decor, magnificent mantel, and colonnade private bath.
The Cabernet Suite
The Cabernet Suite opens from grand double doors into a massive space filled with a king's "Renaissance" bed with posts the size of trees. A bed you can get lost in with your love. Wing backed chairs and a Duncan Fife sofa for your leisurely visit. A colonial private bath just a short tiptoe away from your bedside.
The Rose' Suite
The Rose' Suite opens at the top of the flying stair case into a massive space filled with the famous "Mecklenburg" bed with rope turnings, beaded molding, shell ornaments, and classical pilasters that blend into an elegant setting, befitting your pleasant dreams. An antique love seat beckons for your leisurely visit and a colonial private bath with vintage decor is only a few steps from your bedside.
The Pinot Noir Suite, in the Slave Quarters
Walk into this sun filled den with a long overstuffed sofa that's perfect for naps. Bright, warm colors and a window view of the rolling farm land surrounding Springhill Plantation.
Here's a suite with a definite masculine flair with the traditional black "Roller Pin" bed, Tobacco Leaf drapes and an antique walnut dresser. Just steps away is the full bath with overhead recessed lighting, soft rich towels, an oak and marble sink and cabinets with a combo shower 'n tub. It's a shared bath with the adjoining Beaujolais suite which is perfect for families or two couple of friends traveling together.
The Merlot Suite
The Merlot Suite overlooks the north slope of the Eastern Vineyard and the full view of the Plantation Elm tree. This room's decor is reminiscent of the nineteenth century antebellum period with a private bath and porticoes from floor to ceiling. The king size "Plantation" bed, designed by Jessica McClintock, has intricate carvings of old world craftsmanship and adorned with a Victorian comforter and pillows, perfect for a night of restful dreams.
The Beaujolais Suite, in the Slave Quarters
Climb up the servants stairway as the manor's slave attendants did 150 years ago. You will enter the Beaujolais suite's separate den that has an overstuffed sofa and seating area. Nice 'n comfortable to relax in after your travels or just sip coffee there in the mornings. Although the slaves' rooms were very austere then, your accommodations will be warm and cozy with floral colored appointments and the beautiful Lillian Russell "spool" bed and dresser that's deep red cherry wood. There's a fireplace (not used) and mantel restored to give you that feeling of the history within these walls.
The Beaujolais suite has a full bath with an oak and marble sink and cabinet and combo shower 'n tub. It's a shared bath with the adjoining Pinot Noir suite which is perfect for families or two couple of friends traveling together.
- Check-in from 2pm until 6pm
- Check out by 11am the next morning
- Discover, Visa, Master Card, Cash or Traveler’s Checks only
- 7% State tax and 3% transient tax will be added to the room rate
- Thank you for not smoking inside. Smoking is permitted outdoors
- Animals are not permitted
- 7 day cancellation policy
- 30 Day cancellation for regional event