Room #1, (the red room), is the Mary Lyon Room, named after the founder of Mt Holyoke College in 1835, the first all women’s institute of higher education offering the same curriculum as its male counterparts. Mary Lyon, born in 1797 in the small rural township of Buckland, Massachusetts became a school teacher at the age of 17. Inspired by her own struggles to obtain an education, she worked hard to expand academic opportunities for young women. An American pioneer, she was a remarkable woman who founded the worldwide model of higher education for women–Mount Holyoke College. Mary Lyon proved that women were as intellectually capable as men, and that an institution for women offering a college curriculum could survive financially.
This room features a four post canopy bed, wonderfully comfortable queen size mattress, luxury linens, comfortable wing backed chair, dresser and closet. The gas fireplace ensures comfort and ambiance. The private bathroom features plush towels, and bath tub with shower.
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.
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