A four poster Queen Bed is the focus of this room. Blues, pinks and off-whites make it a peaceful haven from the stress in your life.
It is located on the third floor in the southeast corner where the windows will let in great morning light if you decide to open the blinds.
The bathroom has a five foot long claw-footed tub that is just perfect for a long soak. It also has a shower for your morning routine. All of the amenities are provided including soaps, shampoo, conditioner and of course the now famous rubby ducky!
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Dogwood: Cornus Florida or Flowering Dogwood is one of the most common flowering trees in this area. They bloom in Spring, usually the first week of May, depending on the weather. In the Spring, the white flowers attract butterflies. It is a host plant for the spring azure butterflies. It produces bright red berries in the Summer that feed songbirds, grouse, pheasants, wild turkeys, squirrels and other wildlife. They have beautiful color in the fall.
The name "dogwood" is said to come from the Old English "dagwood." It was a hard wood that was used for "dags," daggers, skewers and arrows.
There are two Dogwood trees located here at 1898 Waverly Inn that are over 50 years old. As you can see from the photo on the left they still bloom beautiful flowers in the spring.