The Noyes Room & The Hale Room

  • Noyes Room
    Noyes Room
  • The Hale Room
    Hale Room

Room Description

The Noyes Room features simple lines of a queen-sized Shaker canopy bed found on the third floor. The room was named after William Noyes, previous owner around 1840 of the Clark Currier House. Artwork of local folk artist Christopher Gurshin is featured in the room. Additionally, we have some beautiful antique samplers on display in the room.

The Hale Room features a glorious 19th century full-sized sleigh bed, a twin-sized sleigh bed, and an antique wrought iron stove. The room was named after H. Patterson Hale, a former 50-year tenant of the house, and ancestor of Nathan Hale, the American patriot. Pictures from Mr. H. Hale’s wedding in the 1930s and subsequent pictures during his later years adorn the walls. Mr. H. Hale’s uncle, The Reverand Hale of Boston, was the author of the fictional tale of Philip Nolan, The Man Without a Country

$200 eachJune 1- Oct 31

Room Facilities

Noyes Room
  • Queen Bed
  • Sleeps 1-2 Guests
  • Located on 3rd Floor
  • Private Bath
  • Air Conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Seasonal Rates
    • June 1- October 31: $200 plus tax
    • November 1- May 31: $165 plus tax

    • Hale Room
    • One Full-sized Bed
    • One Twin-sized Bed
    • Sleeps 1-3 Guests
    • Located on 3rd Floor
    • Private Bath
    • Air Conditioning
    • Wifi
    • Seasonal Rates
      • June 1- October 31: $200 plus tax
      • November 1- May 31: $175 plus tax
      Additional Guests Fee for Hale Room
      • 3 People: add $10
      • 4 People: add $20