The Carriage House originally contained the kitchen, which was separate from the main building to protect the guests from the heat, the dining room, and a large central room with a vaulted barrel ceiling to accommodate all of the activity generated by the buggies and wagons. Now, breakfast is served in the large central room and there is a guest suite at either end of this Victorian building that forms one side of the courtyard.
Altgelt Suite, with a king pillowtop bed and a sitting area with a loveseat and desk, is the largest room in the Carriage House. The ample bath features a shower. The crisp white trim sets off the painted aged wood floor and blends the modern with the antique furniture and fixtures. The headboard is a repurposed interior door with the original hardware. The coffee table was created from an old wood picture frame and a new metal inlay. The Algelt Suite, which was originally the hotel kitchen and sits over a sealed cellar, opens onto the courtyard and gazebo. …more on the Altgelt Suite
Karger Suite, with a queen bed, is brightened by two oversized windows with the original glass still in place. Beautifully refinished light wood floors, an antique iron bed, and crisp white trim make this a cozy space. Originally used as the Hotel dining room, this suite opens onto the courtyard and gazebo. …more on the Karger Suite