Hand-ragged in a warm and embracing "melon". This second-story, front-facing corner room features an antique iron queen-size bed with fluffy down comforter, gas-flame corner fireplace, new Widescreen HD television featuring hundreds of Time Warner channels, air conditioning in-season, CD player, and private bath with 72" Jacuzzi whirlpool tub. Total Room Size: 18ft. x 15 ft.( including bath)
Your reservation confirmation includes a list of our recommended restaurants, as well as a list of activities and links to help you plan your stay. Rates do not including 11.7% tax | $25 for each extra person | 3-night minimum on weekends during July & August. 2-night minimum on weekends in October. No extra gratuity charges.
Why it’s called the Peerless Room
Each Carriage House room is named after a racehorse owned by the Bonners, who owned Hampton Terrace at the turn of the century. They were the most famous owners of racehorses in the country at that time.
Peerless was the name of one of Mr. Bonner’s award-winning racehorses.
A man of unimpeachable character, the strict Scotch-Presbyterian did not smoke, drink or swear. Moreover, he was so violently opposed to gambling that he refused to enter his horses in public races. Consequently, Bonner brought a dignity to the sport that other wealthy nouveau, such as the salty Vanderbilt, never could.
The dam of Dexter was by American Star, as were a good many fast trotters, the best of which was Peerless, a gray mare, foaled in 1853. Hiram Woodruff, the best trainer of his day, said she was the fastest animal that he or any other man ever drove to a wagon, and that he drove her a quarter in 30s and a mile in 2:23.
Praise for Hampton Terrace
Well, what are you serving for breakfast this morning? Delicious pancakes and sausage? Wonderful eggs, bacon and sweet rolls, and then of course on Sunday your remarkable coffee cake! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay with you.
Bill & Gloria D.