In "The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy" Mary Street offered a different perspective on Jane Austen's tale of Pride and Prejudice. This comfortable bedroom is where Mary Street stayed and wrote at Anderson Cottage.
Furnished with a comfortable chair for reading, a table and chair for writing, and the original desk used by Mary Street. Second floor room on the southeast corner of the house, looking out to Warm Springs Run.
Accès des voyageurs
Hall bath, shared with other guests, features an old-style clawfoot tub.
Dining room downstairs has a buffet breakfast 8-10am, and a daily breakfast entree served at 9am (french toast, cheese strata, pancakes, biscuits & scrambled eggs, etc.). Play in the spacious yard, with sports gear available for frisbee, badminton, croquet, and more.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Hospitality available 8-10am and other times depending on our schedule. We're happy to offer suggestions for local sightseeing, eating, etc.
Anderson Cottage has been welcoming guests since the 1790s, as a tavern, girls school, summer inn, and, for over thirty years, as a bed and breakfast.
This is an old house with uneven floors, non-standard doors, level changes between rooms, and other features that may limit accessibility.
• Quiet time 10pm-8am.
• Friendly conversation at the breakfast table is encouraged, but not mandatory.
• No smoking inside.
Consulting sociologist, work on improving community participation in international development, mostly in irrigation and water management projects. Hobbies: hiking, contra dancing, reading science fiction. Relaxed traveler, do like things quiet by 11pm or so.