The Carriage House

One of the original Antrim 1844 outbuildings, the first floor was used to house carriages while stable hands lived on the second floor.

The U.S. Grant Suite

Named for Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States (1869-1877), Union Civil War General-in-Chief and one of the most celebrated generals in history. He accepted the surrender of General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox on April 9, 1865, effectively ending the Civil War. 

Amenities: First floor. Handicapped accessible. King-size, four-poster, canopy featherbed. Double Jacuzzi and separate shower with a bench. Double marble vanity. Gas fireplace. Spacious sitting room. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray, a morning newspaper and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $340

Friday - $365

Saturday - $415

Please call for holiday rates.


The Robert E. Lee Suite

Robert E. Lee is regarded as the Civil War's first General. He was a shrewd tactician of the war. The country's most experienced general in 1861, he declined President Lincoln's offer to head the Union Army, even though he opposed slavery. As head of the Confederate Army, Lee projected a deep sense of duty and honor as was worshiped by his men. He became President of Washington College (now Washington and Lee University) after the war but lost his family home, the Arlington House, which became the United State's largest cemetery - Arlington National Cemetery. 

Amenities: First floor. Queen-size, four-poster, canopy featherbed. Large bathroom with a double Jacuzzi and handheld shower. Gas fireplace. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.  

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray, a morning newspaper and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $280

Friday - $305

Saturday - $355

Please call for holiday rates.


The Jackson Room

Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (1824-1863) was one of the most innovative tactical commanders of the Civil War, and one of the best known after Robert E. Lee. His Valley Campaign at Chancellorsville is still studied worldwide and is recognized as a superior example of strategy and leadership. Accidentally shot by his own men, General Jackson in death became an icon of Southern heroism and commitment. 

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Shower and tub with Jacuzzi jets. Gas fireplace. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.  

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray, a morning newspaper and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $235

Friday - $260

Saturday - $310

Please call for holiday rates.


The Reynolds Room

John Reynolds (1820-1863) was a career U.S. Army Officer and a General in the Civil War. One of the Union Army's most respected senior commanders, he played a key role in committing the Army of the Potomac to the Battle of Gettysburg, though he was tragically killed at the start of the battle. 

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Large bathroom with a double Jacuzzi and handheld shower. Gas fireplace. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray, a morning newspaper and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

 

Sunday through Thursday - $235

Friday - $260

Saturday - $310

Please call for holiday rates.


The Stuart Room

James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart (1833-1864), U.S. Army Officer from Virginia and Confederate Army General during the Civil War, was a Calvary commander known for reconnaissance and use of Calvary in support of offensive operations. His serious work made him the trusted eyes and ears of General Robert E. Lee and inspired Southern moral. 

Amenities: Second floor. Queen-size, four-poster, canopy featherbed. Double Jacuzzi and handheld shower. Gas fireplace. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray, a morning newspaper and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $235

Friday - $260

Saturday - $310

Please call for holiday rates.


The Safari Room

A fanciful departure from the Carriage House's historic Civil War theme, the Safari was inspired by a faux crocodile bed and leopard loveseat that Dort and Richard found on their travels, which now complete the exotic decor. 

Amenities: Second floor. Queen-size featherbed. Large, private bathroom with a double Jacuzzi and separate shower. Gas fireplace. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray, a morning newspaper and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $235

Friday - $260

Saturday - $310

Please call for holiday rates.