Named in honor of the Witherow family. Harry, Grace and Lester Witherow sat for a portrait in Zepp Studios in the early 1900s. Their home at 9 Mill Avenue is now a part of Antrim. Wilma Witherow Wood Pocachek, a dear friend of Dort's, was Grace Witherow's niece. 

The Truesdell Room

Named in honor of Charles Ward Truesdell (1914-1992), Dort's beloved father, who was considered a true gentleman and a price among men. Born in Norwich, New York, Charles attended Exeter, Hamilton and HBS. He spent most of his professional life with Western Electric until he retired and moved to Surfside Beach, South Carolina with his wife Evangeline (1918-2015). 

Amenities: First floor. King-size bed. Flat-panel television. Gas fireplace. Jacuzzi tub/shower combination. Private porch facing the Mansion. 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 Burch Room

Named in honor of Phyllis Ann Burch (1920-2001), Richard's mother. She was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and was one of seven children of Claude and Miriam Burch. Phyllis married John Mollett in 1944 and had four children, Penny, Burch, Tudor and Richard. She loved beautiful antiques and was an accomplished travel agent, starting Mollett Travel in Cross Keys, near Baltimore, Maryland. 

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Flat-panel television. Gas fireplace. Jacuzzi tub/shower combination. Deck facing the Mansion. 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 Tudor Room

Named after Richard's older sister, Tudor Anne Mollett (1949-2009). Tudor was a beautifully fragile, quiet woman who grew up in Baltimore and attended finishing school in Gestadt, Germany. She became a model, and later traveled the world working out of London as a Reservationist for Pan American Airlines. She became a dual citizen, having married and Englishman, and spoke fluent French. 

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Flat-panel television. Gas fireplace. Jacuzzi tub/shower combination. Deck facing the Mansion. 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.