The Lord Byron Suite is by far the most regal of our rooms decorated in burgundy and gold. Fit for a king, this room features a queen-size four-poster bed originally from India circa 1850. The style of the bed is Anglo-Indian, which means that it was made by Indian craftsman in an Indian version of the English style. Among the other unique furnishings is a sleek American couch from the 1830-40s and a small, elaborately carved davenport desk reportedly built for a ship. The gas fireplace is also set in a period mantel. A step up to the bath reveals a large double whirlpool tub with underwater lights and cascading waterfall faucet, along with a stained glass window.
This second floor suite also features the Inn’s only private entrance off a small balcony sitting area overlooking the East gardens. It is the perfect place to sit and have your morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening. Either way, staying in the Lord Byron Suite will make you feel like royalty.