Room #3, (the cream room) is named after Abby Wright. Abby Wright was born in Wethersfield, Connecticut in 1774. She attended Westfield Academy in 1800-1801, and boarded with the Stebbins family from 1803-06 while she opened and operated her own school for the education of young girls in South Hadley. She taught reading, writing, and arithmetic, and also skill with needle and thread. The key characteristics of Abby Wright’s technique includes a combination of painting on silk, stitchery on silk and coiled silver thread. By the early 19th century, pictorial needlework constituted a major product for New England schools teaching needlework.
This lovely room features a brass bed with a wonderfully comfortable queen size mattress, luxury linens, comfortable wing backed chair, armoire and desk. The gas fireplace adds to the comfort and ambiance of this lovely room which features gold tile-work around the fireplace.
For additional safety, each room is equipped with its own state of the art HEPA air purifier device which captures particles as small as one micron.
Self serve continental breakfast is offered each morning in the dining room. The fully equipped shared kitchen is available to anyone wishing to bring their own food and prepare a more elaborate breakfast.
Room rates may be increased during peak times.
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