Carlisle House Bed & Breakfast
The first owner of the home in 1826, Andrew Blair, gives his name to this room on the 2nd floor at the rear. With a double bed, it has access both from the main house and directly from the parking area at the rear. A door also leads to the second floor balcony where cafe tables and chairs allow you to relax outside. The room itself features an ornamental fireplace, a ceiling fan, both wired and wireless internet access and is conveniently located near the sitting room.
The newly remodeled bathroom incorporates a five-foot wide shower with a Grohe Aquatower with body-jets. The second of the rooms is a loft room above with a twin bed under the sloped roof.
As the 1st floor middle parlor, the room features beautiful encased book shelves to either side of the ornamental fireplace and a queen size sleigh bed. A separate half bath with double vanity is en-suite and an in-room double whirlpool with twin showers can be enjoyed under chandelier light from the 11-foot ceiling. The work table with Ethernet and wireless internet connections is conveniently located beside the old ornamental marbleized slate fireplace.
This 2nd floor middle room was the bedroom of Jessie Ewing from 1927 until she left the home in 1965. It features painted yellow pine flooring, original lighting fixtures and an ornamental fireplace.
Jessie would have loved the beaded cameo queen size bed and warm pale green colors and flowers of the room. It is said her presence has been felt in the room as she watches benignly over her home. The adjoining bathroom features a very special shower with six front body jets for that all-over tingle! Also enjoy the spacious seat with-well positioned backjets for a healing massage from ten powerful body jets for an invigorating full body massage, and a thermostatic valve so you can pre-set your ideal water temperature
At the work table, there is both Ethernet and wireless internet connection.
This two-room suite, joined by privacy doors, is ideally and comfortably located on the first floor at the rear of the inn. The rear room is highlighted in soft fern greens colors and linens and features a late 19th century fireplace façade, comfortable high-back chair and well-lit work area. It also has a private entrance from the side guest patio.
The front room is decorated in soft French accents with comfortable lounging chair, worktable and large bathroom. Relax in the five-foot soaker tub or revitalize with the European multi-jetted shower. The decorative porcelain vessel sink is set into one of the china cabinets of the 1826 dining room and features the original brick wall of the house.
The bathroom to the rear provides a walk-in corner shower with a rainfall shower head.