Experience Edwardian-style luxury lodging
The Charlotte Inn’s commitment to tranquility and quality of life is evident throughout the meticulously restored buildings and gardens. Its four period buildings house seventeen individually furnished guest rooms, as well as two spacious suites with working fireplaces. Each room is luxuriously appointed, from its fine linens and sumptuous bedding to the antique furnishings, oil paintings, and elegant turn-of-the-last-century accessories.
”From the moment you walk up to the dark-wood Scottish barrister’s desk to check in at this regal 1864 inn, you’ll be surrounded by the trappings and customs of a bygone era—beautiful antique furnishings, objets d’art, and paintings fill the property. The book you pick up in your room might be an 18th-century edition of Voltaire, and your bed could be a hand-carved four-poster. All rooms have hair dryers and robes; those in the carriage house have fireplaces and French doors that open into the brick courtyard as well as private patios.””Fodor’s
To help maintain our atmosphere of tranquility, we ask that cell phones be used exclusively in the guest rooms.
Due to the intimate size and character of the inn, we are unable to accommodate organized groups or functions, and suggest that groups of more than six people traveling together may find more suitable accommodations in a larger establishment. We are happy to assist you with making arrangements.
Well-mannered children over the age of twelve are welcome to stay at the inn.
We are grateful for your understanding of our efforts to ensure a peaceful environment for our guests.