The Robert Mills Room

The Robert Mills Room


Robert Mills (1781-1855) is an important American architect most well known for his design of the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. He was the first native born American to be formally trained in the profession and studied under James Hoban who designed the White House. He worked for Benjamin Latrobe, architect of the U.S. Capitol, and is credited with the design of Antrim 1844. His style is dominantly neoclassical, specifically Palladian, Georgian, and Greek Revival. Undoubtedly influenced by Thomas Jefferson, Mills, along with others, were able to create a distinctive Federal style of architecture.  


  • Second Floor
  • King-Size Featherbed 
  • Corner Jacuzzi Tub 
  • Shower 
  • Granite Double Vanity 
  • Flat Panel Television 
  • Gas Fireplace 
  • Juliet Balcony 
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet 

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