The Home Place Bed & Breakfast
(1st floor)Mun's room, named for a maternal great-grandmother, has a queen sized bed with a headboard brought from Pennsylvania in a covered wagon and a wheel chair accessible bath. The room showcases a century old sampler made by Priscilla's Aunt Maggie who grew up in the house in the late 1800's.
(2nd floor)This room is not currently available. It was named for the traveling salesmen, called Drummer's, who rented rooms from Mammy when the house was a boarding home. It has two double beds.
The upstairs rooms share a bath with a Jacuzzi tub.
Named for a maternal grandmother, this room has a 3/4 bed ( a little larger than a twin bed) brought from Pennsylvania in a covered wagon by Priscilla's ancestors. and a twin bed. The room is on the second floor.
Mammy Williams occupied this room when she ran the "Home Place" as a boarding home in the late 1800's. The room has a king sized bed, a twin bed, and a private bath. This room and the adjacent Mun's room can be used as a suite.