A rich traditional early American décor is the theme for this room with earthy shades of green, chocolate brown, taupe and creamy white. A private foyer leads you into the two-room suite with queen size "Mission" style bed and a corner gel-fueled fireplace simply perfect for those cold nights. Facing north/west, the windows offer a full view of our peaceful rear garden and Arbor. The room features an overhead ceiling fan, air conditioning for the warmer summer weather and black-out drapes for a restful nights’ sleep. All guest rooms include cable TV/Roku, complimentary Wi-Fi and universal charging station for your convenience.
The Rochester room is complete with a large en suite bathroom with bathtub and shower, luxury toiletries, plush towels and hair dryer.
History behind the name
Nathaniel Rochester, revolutionary leader, merchant, and land developer, was born on February 21, 1752 in Westmoreland County, Va., the son of John and Hester Thrift Rochester. His siblings were William, John, Ann, Phillis, and Esther (or Hester). In 1783 he began the "manufacture of flour, rope, and nails" at Hagerstown, Maryland. Rochester became active in local politics and in 1808 he was chosen a presidential elector, and voted for James Madison.