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Accommodations


Dave and Mayme's Whirlpool Suite

Dave and Mayme's Whirlpool Suite is a four room luxury suite (living room, kitchen, bedroom with queen sized bed and bath featuring a clawfoot whirlpool tub), located on the first floor of our restored 1862 rock house. The Suite includes a small refrigerator, microwave, kitchen sink and coffee maker. There is access to a patio behind the suite. The stone structure was built by an early immigrant family to Maeystown and once included a tavern as part of the residence.
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Loft Suite

Created out of the upper part of the 1862 Georgia Mae Green rock house, this 700 square foot loft features an impressive 14 foot high exposed stone wall, a queen sized bed, spacious living room, a full kitchen and private bath with an antique claw foot tub/shower.
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Summer Kitchen

The Summer Kitchen is a separate one room brick and stone structure behind the main building which once served as a washhouse, smokehouse, bakery, kitchen and storage room for the early owners. Two of the original limestone walls have been retained. The room features a primitive atmosphere, cathedral ceiling, lantern lighting, an extra long white iron bed, a large six foot long clawfoot tub and a pedestal sink. Two privacy screens separate the bathroom from the rest of the room.
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McRoberts Room

The McRoberts Room is named after James McRoberts, the original settler of the land on which Maeystown is located. The second-floor room is decorated in country green and has both a double and single brass bed. The private bath includes a pedestal sink and and a clawfoot tub with shower. The room was originally the sleeping porch for hotel guests during hot and humid summer nights. It has views of both the backyard garden and the adjacent innkeepers home.
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Hoffmann Room

This second floor guest room, one of the two original 1884 hotel rooms, is named after the builders of the inn, George Jacob and Sibilla Hoffmann. It is also named in honor of George A. Hoffmann (Corner George) and his wife, Bertha. The room features green Victorian wallpaper, a high-back walnut double bed, and a wardrobe from an old Maeystown family. The private bath has an antique pedestal sink and a restored clawfoot tub with shower.
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Roever Room

Named for an early Maeystown family, this first-floor guest room located at the entrance to the inn features a walnut Victorian high-back double bed and matching marble top dresser. The lace bedspread and matching lace curtains complement the champagne-colored wallpaper. The private bath includes an antique pedestal sink and a clawfoot tub/shower.
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