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Thursdays thru Sundays
1/5 – 8/27
Thursdays thru Sundays
8/31 – 12/31
You finally kept your promise to yourself and took the time to get away. Your need for a quiet retreat remains simple – a peaceful setting, tasteful touches of luxury and comfort, undisturbed privacy and serenity, a room that can shut out the world. The Iglehard Suite awaits you with a quiet garden view.
You enter your room through an elegant archway, crowned with the egg and dart design of the Georgian period, and you begin to be transported back into time. A refined and elegant room, your spirits are immediately lightened by the romantic English tapestry above your king size bed that flirts with you and toys with your interest. In the corner, nestled between two windows, is your cozy sitting area with upholstered, needlepoint antique chairs, marble reading table, and lamp.
You’re delighted that you brought all the reading you’ve been meaning to catch up with. The soft shades of blues and creams used throughout your room make you feel comfortable and serene. A peek out of the windows reveals the garden and Koi pond below you. The sound of water bubbling in the pond is relaxing. You realize how comfortable you feel, and the restfulness you hoped to find is suddenly upon you. You can’t believe you that you give yourself permission to take a nap! You tell yourself that you must be dreaming. In five minutes you are.
Beside your bed stands a magnificent antique secretaire. Its inlaid wood, intricate design, and exquisite detailing entice you to catch up on your personal journal or pen the letters you’ve been meaning to write for the longest time. How good you feel about yourself. How balanced your life starts to feel. Everything seems so right.
Through another archway, you find your separate vanity area – a spacious alcove with a customized distressed wood vanity below an oversized marble countertop that provides ample space for all your amenities. Behind you, an oversized closet makes you wish you were staying indefinitely. Opposite your vanity area, your shower stall of tumbled marble is enclosed with a door etched with exquisite intricate designs reflective of the Georgian period. You step out of your shower and reach for the towel warmer to grab an oversized bath sheet meant to soothe away the water from your skin. You feel refreshed, physically and mentally. Your search for peacefulness and serenity is over. The world cannot touch you – it is now two centuries away.