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Guest Rooms
   Wildflower Room
   Hummingbird Room
   Garden Suite
   Magnolia Room

Location & Setting

Brief History of Inn
John Brown's Raid
Artworks by Secunda

Charles Stratton
King Alfred the Great
Capitol Hill DC
Massachusetts Bay
Revolutionary War
Stratton Island
Stories & Anecdotes
Quaker Tradition

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 Magnolia Room (Third Floor Bedroom and Hideaway)
Magnolia Room, looking East

Formerly the attic, the miller's family used this space for storage (nothing ever was thrown away).

This space has been converted into a warm and sunny hideaway. Five windows placed into the sloping roof allow in sunlight by day and moonlight at night. There are two alcoves/gables that are filled with pillows and children's furniture. The area includes a full bath with an adjoining changing room.

The Magnolia Room has a king-size bed and a twin-size bed with twin-size trundle; a twin-size roll-away also is available. A sitting area has two wing-back chairs; relax and enjoy the many videos and books that are available to all guests of Stratton House Inn.

Magnolia Room, looking North

To get to the Magnolia Room you climb the original steep, attic stairs. This stairwell is protected at the top by a gate and at the bottom by a door. This area will comfortably sleep a family of five or several friends.

  • Room Rate: $90
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