The dining room where
breakfast is served is found at the far end of the foyer. Raised chestnut
paneled walls and original anaglypta wall covering give this room its elegance.
The room's oval shape makes it even more unique. Another casual retreat can be
found on the second floor. At the top of the wide, spindled
stairway, lined with photos of New Bedford from the
1870s, is a large
leaded glass window through
which our sleeping porch can
be seen. Once on this porch, wicker furniture makes this a comfortable spot
for listening to nature.