Goldbeck Suite, with a queen bed and a separate sitting room, is downstairs and opens to the porch and courtyard. The modern bath features a four-foot walk-in shower. Three large windows make this room at the end of the wing light and airy. The original carved wood trim and refinished wood floors are complemented by the headboard fashioned out of floor joists from the 1880 wing and custom plantation shutters.
Theodore Goldbeck was Comfort’s first postmaster. In 1854, the year Comfort was founded, Goldbeck built a cabin on the corner of Main and Seventh Streets. The cabin was purchased in 1856 by August Friedrich Faltin and became known as the Goldbeck-Faltin Cabin. It is the oldest building in Comfort that is still on its original site. The building features heavy diagonal timbers that brace the limestone walls.