This room with a double bed has a shared bath and includes daily maid service.
This room is part of the historic Morgan House Inn which was built in 1813 and has a full service dining room and tavern open for lunch and dinner six days a week.
Please note this is a second floor room which requires the guest to use stairs. Shared Bathrooms are in the hallway. Please do not leave any personal items in them after your use.
Originally a stagecoach stop, the Morgan House has provided fare and rest for travelers and locals alike, in a classic turn of the century setting since 1853. The goal of the innkeepers and culinary team is to continue the long tradition of excellence in dining and hospitality.
The Morgan House was built as a private residence for William Porter in 1813. Edwin Morgan purchased and enlarged the home in 1853 and opened its doors to visitors arriving on incoming stagecoaches. Thus began the long and illustrious history of The Morgan House Inn. Mary Morgan Jones and Charles Morgan, Edwin’s daughter and youngest son, carried on the family tradition providing a comfortable rest stop for weary travelers and their horses.
The hospitality and comfort has been enjoyed by many guests including Ulysses S. Grant and George Bernard Shaw. President Cleveland became so fond of Lee and The Morgan House that during his last year in office he hosted the 1895 summer army games in nearby Tyringham. Famous archeologist Robert Titus, who first opened King Tut’s Tomb, held his annual Raccoon Hunting Banquets at The Morgan House.
Shared Bathrooms are in the the hallway. Please do not leave any personal items in them after your use.
Porch: The second-floor front porch is available for your use as an inn guest. During service hours, priority is given to our restaurant patrons. Please see the front desk if you wish to use a table.
Shared Bathrooms are in the hallway. Please do not leave any personal items in them after your use.
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