Red's Room


Once occupied by Harry Sinclair Lewis β€” nicknamed Red β€” this is the original master bedroom in the Main House.

Punctuated by an antique writing desk holding American literary masterpieces, the most intimate room features a needlepoint rug patterned after an American quilt over a pine floor. Hand-painted tiles surround an antique clawfoot tub and separate shower; expansive windows yield views of Mt. Ascutney. Along with the three other rooms in the Main House, which all have large bathrooms and dressing areas, this feels like a suite.

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600 square feet
β€œIt still feels like a literary house, with plenty of space to read, write, or engage with nature.”
Conde Nast Traveler UK