Waverly cottage consists of a parlor, dining room, entry hall, two bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, and a combination bath and utility room. There are two front doors; one into the parlor and the other into the foyer which leads past the front bedroom into the dining room and bypasses the parlor completely. It was common for Victorian-era homes to have separate front doors in order to receive guests into different parts of the house.

The interior was constructed of framed walls with wood lathe attached with square nails. Horse hair plaster was attached to the entire interior. Originally every room was at least partially wall papered; the kitchen and pantry have a wood wainscoting. The house has seven operable transom windows above the doors in order to increase air flow, popular in a time before air conditioning.

KitchenBetween the parlor and dining room is an extremely interesting archway, hand carved of red cedar with gold leaf designs and unusual glass insets. The arch is offset with similarly intricate matching red cedar woodwork.

This historic home is fully furnished with antiques of the period, but has been updated to modern standards for just the right mix  of old and new for a truly comfortable stay. Your stay will include all the amenities needed for a delightful stay. Including 600 thread count sheets, over stuffed mattresses and pillows. Cotton towels and complimentary toiletries. Complimentary WiFi, air-conditioning and Seasonal flowers also included for your enjoyment. Washer and Dryer is also included.

A complimentary Continental Breakfast awaits you including fresh and local ingredients for a delicious self serve meal. The Kitchen is fully equipped with appliances and everything needed to prepare a meal.