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This hotel is closed and has been converted to a private home. Google "Ann Starrett Mansion" in news and you will see the details. It had been on the market for years and finally sold in the spring of 2017. It is still beautiful and...More
I enjoyed my 2 night stay here. My room was clean and comfortable and furnished with antiques to fit the period of the house. I liked that there was no TV. If you are used to air conditioning, be careful about staying here in the...More
The Ann Starrett Mansion is a beauty, inside and out. The public rooms and the guestrooms are exquisitely furnished with antiques. I stayed in Ann's Drawing Room, which was remarkably spacious, with a comfy bed and views of the mountains and water.
The location, too,...More
I really enjoyed my 2 nights at this elegant, beautifully appointed Victorian mansion. The location is perfect. Best of all for me was the utter quiet -- no TVs, phones, fridges, ice machines, etc. The substitute innkeeper was friendly and fun. The price reflects the...More
This property is a gem. Filled with antiques and a first floor out of the Smithsonian. Each guest room is unique and a card on each door tells its story from the Starrett family. We stayed in the Nanny's room, the last one available for...More
US$100 - US$195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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