pet-friendly and ideal for families, the yarmouth garden cottage is the epitome of english country sophistication. just steps from the natural pond and ceremonial garden, this charming bungalow is surrounded by majestic trees and a private garden that blooms from early spring through late fall.
Additional(/ per pet / per night fee may apply)$30.00
The Pond Cottage
our newest addition, the sleek pond cottage is styled in crisp watercolors with a stunning view of our natural pond. a haven for romantics, this superbly appointed room offers a luxury king bed, hickory wood floors, fireplace, flat-screen hdtv/dvd, ipod/radio, hospitality area w/mini frig, microwave and coffeemaker.
the bright and sunny sassafras room features an exposed wood beam ceiling and lively colored furnishings including comfortable reading chairs, king size bed, and a large, red and white toile bath with shower.
The Chester Chase
creamy tones and traditional plaid compliment the lovely antique furnishings and exposed wood beam ceiling in the spacious chester chase room. with both east and west-facing windows, this room affords guests magnificent sunrise and sunset views. the room is complete with king size bed and large bath with tub and shower.
with its herbal green-colored walls and hunt-print fabrics, the striking huntingfield room honors the inn's history as a hunting lodge. skylights, vaulted ceiling and a dramatic black and white bath are highlights of the room, which includes a king size bed and shower.
Situated on Kent County's oldest land parcel, Huntingfield Manor was the hallmark of a 1,200-acre estate deeded by Lord Baltimore to the area's original settler, Thomas Ringgold.Salty tales persist about Huntingfield, christened "The Prevention of Inconvenience" (a reference to its proximity to good moorings and cart paths) and its colorful past, including its previous service as a lavish hunting club and horse racing track.