Rosalyn Elkan Suite
Treat yourself and someone special to the best! Our King Suites are provide a romantic escape any time of the year. Private, spacious and beautifully appointed, they feature a fireplace and the largest 2-person corner Jacuzzi we could find. The King bed is so plush and soft, you may never want to leave. Relax in your living room area (not a separate room) with an overstuffed couch (can be converted into a bed), romantic gas fireplace, wet bar and refrigerator.
The suite also features a new Widescreen HD television featuring hundreds of Time Warner channels and a beautiful, gold hand-ragged luxurious private bath. Your personal entrance and sitting porch overlook our outdoor, heated pool.
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 Rosalyn Elkan Suite
King Suites are named after Inkeepers Susan and Stan’s grandmothers. The 1929 Steinway in the living room of the main house has great significance. It was a wedding present from Stan's great-grandfather, Eli Elkan, to his new daughter-in-law in 1929. Rosalyn, an opera major at Indiana State, moved to Macon, GA, and during her three quarters of a century there, she was the unquestioned Grand Dame of classical music in Macon.
Founder of the Macon Concert Association and a co-founder of the Macon Symphony, she also was on the National Council of the Metropolitan Opera and knew all of the major classical music names of the day, many of whom would stay at, or be entertained in her home while traveling through the South. That list included Robert Merrill, Claudio Arrau, Marilyn Horne, Roberta Peters, Jerome Hines, Artur Rubenstein, Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, Richard Tucker, Emanuel Ax, and Arthur Fiedler. She and her husband, Stanley, traveled extensively throughout the world from the 1930s through the 1970s, with many of those trips lasting months. Rosalyn lived until her mid-90s.
Praise for Hampton Terrace
I want to take the time to let you know what a nice and relaxing time Irene and I had during our stay at Hampton Terrace last weekend. Your recommendations for dining and the Clark Art Institute were exactly what we wanted to do during our time in Lenox. You are a very gracious host and Atticus was a nice touch to the ambiance of the inn...........Thanks from me also, Stan. We had a great weekend and did not care what the weather brought. Your home is very warm and inviting and you are a most gracious host. We have already recommended your bed and breakfast to my mother who plans to visit this summer. I have also gotten some decorating ideas for the home we will be buying soon. Thank you again.
Patrick and Irene