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Down-home warm and inviting, this large two room “family” suite is artfully blended in soft yellow, creamy white and natural earth tones. Facing north/east, the outer room is surrounded by windows with views of the side lawn and features a queen size “scroll” wrought iron bed. This large room also includes a private sitting area, complete with two club chairs and cozy table for playing games. The main bedroom showcases one queen size antique art deco “waterfall” bed making this full suite perfect for a family of four retreat or a girl’s get-away weekend. Each bedroom includes a ceiling overhead fan, air conditioning for the warmer summer weather and black-out shades for a restful nights’ sleep. All guest rooms include cable TV/Roku, complimentary Wi-Fi and universal charging station for your convenience.


The Letchworth room includes two guest bathrooms each with its own shower, luxury toiletries, plush towels and hair dryers. These private bathrooms are located just a few steps down the hall and are dedicated only to this guestroom. 

William P. Letchworth

History behind the name

William P. Letchworth was born in Brownville, New York on May 26, 1823, the fourth of eight children born to Josiah and Ann Hance Letchworth. Raised as a Quaker, Mr. Letchworth learned the values of hard work, charity, and development of the intellect from his family.

At age 15, Mr. Letchworth was hired as a clerk at Hayden & Holmes, a saddlery and hardware company. Letchworth succeeded at his tasks and in business in general, and by age 22 was a partner at Pratt & Letchworth, a company involved in the "malleable iron" business.

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