When the house was built in the mid 1800's, this room was the Parlour Room. A Parlour Room  was used only for special occasions and for very special  people. We felt it would be fitting  to keep  the name.  The focal  point of  this room  is  the mantle and fireplace.  The mantle is oak with a  beveled  mirror and  the  fireplace has original ceramic tiles.  This room is situated on  the eastern side of  the house enabling one to delight in the wonderful sun rises that can turn a blue sky to pink in the early morning light. Enjoy the verandah that surrounds the room on the south and east sides. The cream and burgundy wallpaper and wide matching border are complimented by the floor to ceiling country curtains.

          A restful night's sleep can be enjoyed in the queen bed that has matching night tables and dresser. Check out the wood inlay table that Arno designed and made. The intricate design took many hours to plan and complete. It is an ideal place to sit and write letters, play a game of cards or enjoy a glass of wine.  The spinning wheel reminds us of yesteryear, when a sweater was truly "made from scratch". This room is 12'x20'  and is on the main floor which makes it ideal for people  who do  not  want  to climb stairs.  The  new ensuite  bathroom ensures privacy.  Also included in the Parlour Room is a TV/VCR.

 


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