Take a look at our different rooms and see what one fits your needs.
The America Room is named after America Dickinson, the sister of Thomas Childs Dickinson who first bought the house. A cozy retreat, we've decorated the America Room in patriotic red, white, and blue, along with some period antiques. The handmade heirloom quilt graces a queen-size bed. You have your own en suite private bathroom with a walk-in shower.
The Du Priest Room is named after Michael Du Priest, one of the men who helped the Carroll's renovate the home. The Du Priest Room features rustic decor, exposed brick walls, with early American furniture. The queen bed and twin bed, nestled under the eaves of the attic, have matching patchwork quilts. There's a cozy love seat to curl up on with a good book. It also has its own guest refrigerator. The spacious en suite bathroom is well stocked with all of the amenities you may need during your stay. The Du Priest Room can hold up to six guests with the addition of a queen size air mattress or a roll-away twin bed. The 4th, 5th, or 6th guests are at an additional cost of $10 per person per night.
The Carroll Cottage is named after my friends Gary and Karin Carroll. They turned the Dickinson House into Main Street Bed and Breakfast in 2010. Decorated with rustic decor and early American furniture, you will sink into comfort in the queen sized sleigh bed. The Carroll Cottage also has it's own refrigerator and temperature control. The en suite bath features a claw-foot tub in a spacious bathroom stocked with all of the amenities.
The Greer Room is named after Delvaux Dickinson Greer, the last resident of the Dickinson-Greer house. It is a spacious sized room with a comfy queen bed, patchwork quilt and a love seat. The Greer Room also has its own guest refrigerator. The adjoining full bathroom is well stocked with all of the amenities you'll need. We can roll an additional twin bed in if needed, at an additional cost of $10 per night.
The Dickinson Room, named after the family that inhabited the the house until the late 1990's, is a lovely room nestled under the eaves of the attic, with more of a feminine feel. With dolls sprinkled around the room to keep you company, it's decor features cream and red comforters on the queen bed and full bed, rustic wood floors and exposed brick walls. The Dickinson Room has a full en suite bathroom with a standard tub and shower, and all the amenities you need.