The Inn offers seven guest rooms, each furnished with antiques or beautifully crafted custom pieces, quilts, and private baths.
Five rooms have queen-sized bed, 1 has a king-sized bed, and 1 has a double and 3/4 bed-ideal for 3 adults or families. Comforters, individually controlled room heat, A/C, thick and thirsty towels, fluffy robes, all add to the comfort of each room. Spring water and will welcome you upon your arrival into the room.
The atmosphere at The Royalsborough Inn is quiet, relaxed, and welcoming to all visitors. It is a non-smoking inn. Wireless Internet is available throughout the Inn.
Room rates are based on double occupancy and include a full gourmet breakfast served in the Dining room or the Library and afternoon/evening refreshments.
Rates range from $145 to 195 plus tax. Some weekend reservations will require a two or three-night minimum and additional rate charges.
Rooms that will accommodate additional person will be charged $25/night. Children under two years old will stay free.
Check in time is between 4 pm-8 pm. Late arrivals will require prior notification and arrangements. Check out time is 11 am. Late check out will incur additional charges.
Group rentals for corporate retreats, family gatherings
Durham Room, theRomantic Suite: This is a seconf floor room featuring a queen size canopy bed as the focal point for this room’s elegant appeal. Fine luxurious linens, over stuffed down comforter and a gas log fireplace will keep you warm in the winter (A/C available in summer). Large private bath is detailed with chubby linens, towel warmer and special bath amenities. Signature robes are provided for your personal comfort during your stay.
Pine Tree: This is a spacious room on the second level that can comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests. It has a queen-size bed and a daybed/trundle. The room boasts a large full bath. Two fireside chairs and cable TV create a comfortable sitting area. A gas log fireplace, individual signature robes and towel warmer will protect you from the winter’s chill (A/C available in summer months).
Isaac Royal Room : (Formerly the Glendon room) A first floor wheel-chair accessible bedroom with a picturesque view of the fields. The room offers a king size bed (converts to two singles), gas log fireplace, two reading chairs, cable TV, antique desk and a full size ensuite bath. Signature robes and chubby towels are available for your pleasure and comfort (A/C available during summer months).
Bliss Family Room: (Formerly the Burns Room) Located on the second floor of the main house, this vintage style bedroom offers the spacious comfort of a queen size bed, three-quarter ensuite bath and a delightful view of the bubbling fountain. During the winter months, a down comforter and an electric log stove provide warmth and atmosphere. We have heard that the room was formerly the Bliss parents’ room where all the children came to read the Sunday paper and funnies.
Emma’s Room: Located on the second floor of the main house and named after one of the Bliss daughters. This bright and charming room is decorated in red (Emma’s favorite color). It has a three quarter ensuite bath, original fireplace with an electric log stove. This is a very comfortable room with positive energy.
Freeport Room : (Formerly the Knudsen room) A four-poster bed complements this second floor room. This vintage style bedroom tucked in the corner of the upper level captures the sparkle of the afternoon sun. It boasts the largest private full bathroom in the house, just steps outside the room. An electric log stove adds the ambiance of a fireplace. It was suggested this room belonged to the Bliss boys.
Cozy Nook: Brickwork and exposed beams create old world charm for this loft hideaway on our second floor. It is outfitted with a full size bed and a ¾ bed, making the perfect accommodations for a small family. Its private three quarter bath is two steps out of the room. An electric log stove is available for the cold winter months.
The Library: On the first floor this room contains many great treasures. One wall contains brochures of interesting things to do and places to go in the area. There is also a collection of menus from local restaurants. Board games, cards and puzzles are available for a leisure time activity. Among our collectables is a variety of books for pleasure reading, self-improvement and knowledge building. Morning breakfast may be served in the library.
Living Room: The living room is a comfortable room for all to use. Sit in one of the cozy chairs or sofa make plans for the day or nest day; read a book; the Sunday newspaper or just doze. In the winter, a fire in the fireplace will remove the chill along with a cup of coca or tea. Many guests have met new friends and have had some great discussions in the wonderful room.