The room is named in homage to the original name of the house when it was constructed in 1846, known as the Ashland House. Over time, it underwent a few name changes, becoming the Phoenix Hotel and eventually the Mason House Inn when the Mason family took ownership in 1857. This room embodies the rich historical journey of the inn.
A standout feature in this room is the hand-carved "carpenter's apprentice sampler" head and footboard, crafted from red elm. This exquisite piece of furniture showcases the artistry and attention to detail of the era, adding a touch of elegance to your stay.
Comfort and Accommodations:
The Ashland Room includes a private bathroom with a shower, ensuring your convenience during your stay.
Sleeping arrangements feature an extra-long Double bed, designed for added comfort. Additionally, there's a twin-size sofa bed, perfect for a child or a small adult, with a 150lb. weight limit, ensuring a comfortable night's sleep for everyone.
The Ashland Room is designed to accommodate a maximum of three guests, making it an excellent choice for couples or small families seeking historical significance and craftsmanship during their stay.
We invite you to embrace the name's historical significance and admire the fine craftsmanship of The Ashland Room during your visit to the Mason House Inn. If you have any questions or special requests during your stay, please feel free to let us know, and we'll be delighted to assist you.