The Trapper's Room has a sunny southern window that overlooks the original National Road. It is elegantly masculine in decor, with a Winslow Homer print and antique oak armchair. Hides, taxidermy, and a hornet's nest adorn the faux-finished, leather walls. A comfy extra-plush Queen bed is crowned by an antique, hand-carved oak headboard.
This room shares, but does not adjoin, the spacious main bath with the Teacher's Room and has an en-suite, ornate, marble-topped vanity for your convenience. The Trapper's Room is on the second floor of the 1870 portion of the inn and is comfortably climate controlled by central heating and cooling.
$114 per night
Rates subject to state and local taxes.