The SpaceRooms & Amenities
This listing is for The Red Room (first floor)
Maximum Occupancy 2 adults; Minimum Stay 1 night
The Red Room is located on the first floor across from the dining room. This room has a private, detached bath down the hall for your use. Towels are provided and laundered for your convenience. Includes: queen bed; fresh linens/pillows; closet; desk.
EXTENDED STAY ROOMS
Three other private rooms are located on the second floor. Each has a queen-sized bed, dresser, bedside tables, large closet, private attached baths, TV, and abundant light. Fresh towels and bed linens will welcome you. These rooms are extended stay; ONE MONTH minimum booking. To reserve one of these beautiful rooms, see our other listings; (The King Fish Room), (Twin Cedars Room), (The Blue Bird Room)
Although breakfast is not provided, the kitchenette (microwave, personal refrigerator for each room, coffeemaker, electric skillet, toaster oven, dishware, etc.) is also located on the second floor and is open for the use of all guests.
There are no guest laundry facilities on premise but there is a laundry mat a short drive from the house.
There is ample parking to accommodate small and large vehicles on premise. Guest AccessUpon arrival, guests are given a front door key and a key to their private rooms. Each must be returned before checkout. Interaction with GuestsThe Inn has a large open, airy feel that boasts 11-foot ceilings and period architecture. The common spaces include, the kitchenette, dining area, and living area with 11 foot ceilings and a wrap-around porch with rocking chairs, table and chair set and swing. So there is plenty of space to be alone or to mingle with other guest or the owners. The owners live on the first floor in a private part of the house and are always available should you have questions or concerns. The NeighborhoodAbbeville Court Square forms the heart of downtown. It offers a unique selection of shops and restaurants. Here you will find the historic Abbeville Opera House. Enjoy a plethora of live theatre productions throughout the year. The Civil War began and ended in Abbeville and there are plenty of historical monuments that stand as a reminder, such as, the Abbeville Livery Stable, Abbeville Confederate Monument and the Trinity Episcopal Church. Come see why we love it here! Other Things to NoteWe have a Finsch's Conure named Joey who lives in the owner's quarters.