Originally dubbed “The Overseer’s Wing,” this luxurious suite at our Maryland hotel honors the famous Francois Boucher (1703-1770) a prominent 18th-century court painter during the Rococo period. Madame de Pompadour, the mistress of King Louis XV, was one of his most notable patrons. His paintings exemplify the idyllic, voluptuous style indicative of that period. The large portrait in the Mansion stairway is one example of his style.
The suite’s bathrooms are a highlight, with one fashioned as a Gentleman’s Bathroom boasting a clawfoot antique tub & shower, while the other offers a spacious setting with a double vanity, a pedestal double jetted tub, and a bidet, providing a lavish spa-like experience.