The Carriage House

The Carriage House

This is one of the original Antrim 1844 outbuildings. Carriages were kept on the first floor while stable hands lived on the second floor. The Carriage House features 2 Suites, 4 Guestrooms and a common area perfect for families or parties to gather.

Did you know? Antrim has 11 houses on the property providing 40 unique guestrooms. Accommodations can be made by individual guestroom or for families and groups looking for the rental home feel, reserving all of the rooms within one of our houses provides the perfect getaway experience with luxurious, tailor-made service, spacious common areas, and complete privacy.

Carriage House Features: 

  • 2 Suites
  • 4 Guestrooms
  • Large Common Area with Television

Maximum Occupancy of the Carriage House: 16

The U.S. Grant Suite

This suite was named for 18th president of the United States and famous Union Civil War General-in-Chief, Ulysses S. Grant. He accepted the surrender of General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox on April 9, 1865, effectively ending the Civil War.

Features: 

  • First Floor
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • King-Size, Four-Poster, Canopy Featherbed
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Double Jacuzzi
  • Separate Shower with Bench
  • Double Marble Vanity
  • Spacious Sitting Room
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults, 1 Child

The Lee Suite

This suite was named after Robert E. Lee, widely regarded as the Civil War’s first general. He led the Confederate Army until the end of the war, and later become president of Washington College.

Features: 

  • First Floor

  • Queen-Size Four-Poster, Canopy Featherbed

  • Corner Jacuzzi with Standing Shower

  • Gas Fireplace

  • Sitting Room

  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults, 1 Child

The Jackson Room

This room was named for the famous Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson, one of the most innovative tactical commanders of the Civil War.

Features:

  • Second Floor
  • King-Size Featherbed
  • Bathroom with Sky Light
  • Shower & Tub with Jacuzzi Jets
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Wireless Internet Access

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

The Reynolds Room

This room was named after U.S. Army Officer and Civil War General, John Reynolds. He was one of the Union’s most respected senior commanders and played a key role in committing the Army of the Potomac to the Battle of Gettysburg.

Features: 

  • Second Floor
  • King-Size Featherbed
  • Double Jacuzzi with Handheld Shower
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Wireless Internet Access

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

The Stuart Room

James Ewell Brown “Jeb” Stuart (1833-1864) was a U.S. Army Officer from Virginia and a Confederate Army General during the Civil War.

Features:

  • Second Floor
  • Queen-Size, Four-Poster, Canopy Featherbed
  • Double Jacuzzi with Handheld Shower
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Wireless Internet Access

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

The Safari Room

A fanciful departure from the Carriage House’s Civil War theme, the Safari Room was inspired by the faux crocodile bed and leopard love seat Dort and Richard found on their travels, which completes the room’s exotic decor.

Features: 

  • Second Floor
  • Queen-Size Featherbed
  • Spacious Bathroom with Double Jacuzzi
  • Separate Shower
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

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