Small and cozy, this room is done in the old world style with traditional French floral
wallpaper and tuscan style tile in the bathroom. A lovely painted early twentieth century
turn-spindle bed frame that has been converted to a Queen bed is the focus of this room.
The small dressing table in the corner was made by Diane's grandfather for her mother.
Located on the first floor, the creams and blues of this room are crisp and refreshing.
It is close to the front porch and is a restful escape for two.
The private bath has a four foot long claw-footed soaking tub with shower and is the perfect size to relax in.
It has bubble bath, a bath pillow, a book rest and a rubber ducky to lure you in.
A little about the Catawba Rhododendron
Shrub: Rhododendron catawbiense or Catawba
Rhododendron is a species native to the eastern United States,
growing mainly in the Appalachian Mountains from Virginia
to northern Alabama. It is a dense shrub that have flowers
that are often violet-purple while hybrids are varied colors.
The species is named after the Catawba tribe of Native Americans
and is also known as a Mountain Rosebay.