The Traveler's Room was so called because it was customary during the time that Nancy Jane and Hazael lived here for travelers to stop at strangers' homes and ask for a room for the night. A separate outside staircase allows our guests private access to this room. This
was the "Bed and Breakfast" room of 1840.
A small, exclusive deck with table and chairs invites you to sip beverages and relax while enjoying the glorious view of the back woods and the pool.
The four-poster cannonball bed beckons you with indulgent linens and beautiful bedding -- and boasts a surprise, antique trundle bed beneath it! This bed provides ample room for a small child.
Inside the Traveler's Room is a private bath with an authentic 1800's washstand with china basin.