The Curtis' were host to many social events and political gatherings. It is said that when the train stopped on weekends all the neighbors watched socialites in evening dress, walk over to the house for dinner and dancing on the glass enclosed porch. The two room suite has private bath, and a recessed queen size bed.
General Pershing's Suite
General "Black Jack" Pershing is said to have been a frequent visitor and a friend of the Curtis family. Officers stationed at Camp Eustis stayed here with their families during World Wars I and II. A two room suite with a queen size bed, antique furnishings, private bath, and a trundle bed for an extra guest.
Traveling Salesman's Room
Mrs. Curtis played hostess to frequent travelers arriving in the area on the train. It is said that she always saved a room for the Jewel Tea and Coffee salesman because he left her a supply of tea and spice for her efforts. The Traveling Salesman Room has a private bath, and an antique tub.
Miss Nana's Room
A queen size bed, complete with an antique chamber pot, found in the attic. Antique armoire for your clothes. A private bath and lots of memorabilia make this room a favorite.