Welcome to Room 7, The Wild Rose Room, at the Mason House Inn. This room offers a charming blend of Iowa's natural beauty and a nod to American history, making it a unique and captivating place to stay.
The room is named in honor of Iowa's state flower, the wild rose, celebrating the natural beauty of the Hawkeye State. The decor reflects the elegance and simplicity of this beloved bloom.
A Presidential Connection:
The highlight of this room is the hand-carved dark walnut bed with a remarkable nine-foot headboard, carefully replicated circa 1870 from a guest bed in the Lincoln White House. This piece of furniture provides a tangible link to a pivotal period in American history.
The room is adorned with a collection of Lincoln books and memorabilia, creating an atmosphere that pays homage to the 16th President of the United States.
Comfort and Amenities:
The Wild Rose Room includes a private bathroom with a shower, ensuring your convenience during your stay.
Sleeping arrangements feature a queen-size bed and a twin-size bed, perfect for a child or a small adult, with a 150lb. weight limit, ensuring a comfortable and restful night's sleep for everyone.
The Wild Rose Room is designed to accommodate a maximum of three guests, making it an excellent choice for couples or small families seeking a blend of natural beauty and historical significance during their stay.
We invite you to immerse yourself in the beauty of Iowa's state flower and the heritage of the Lincoln White House during your visit to The Wild Rose Room at 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.