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Marion Slocomb Suite

Traveling with friends? Or family? Do you need an extra bed? All our spacious King Suites provide room to relax. In addition to huge four-poster king bed, the living room has an overstuffed couch that converts to a second bed. Friends find it easy to socialize. Grab snacks from the refrigerator. Mix a favorite drink at the wet bar. Cozy up to the gas fireplace. Enjoy!

Families can relax on your sitting porch overlooking the heated pool while the kids swim and play. New Widescreen HD television featuring hundreds of Time Warner channels provides another entertainment option. The suite also features a beautiful, gold hand-ragged luxurious private bath.

$299-$375

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.

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Why it’s called the Marion Slocomb Suite

Marion Slocomb portraitmarion-slocomb-4King Suites are named after Inkeepers Susan and Stan’s grandmothers. Marion Slocomb (Winborn) was Susan's maternal grandmother. Marion was a fiesty, Southern redhead, married to Magruder Winborn. They ran a lumber and hamper mill in Lumberton, AL. Later, they moved to Poplarville, MS, where Susan, her mother and siblings lived with their grandmother while her father was stationed in Korea with the Army. The Slocombs lived for a century in the South, but when Susan and Stan moved to Massachusetts in 1999, they were returning to her roots. The Slocombs had a home in Sutton, Massachusetts in 1640, just twenty years after the Mayflower. In 1691, John Winborn married Elizabeth Hart of Salem, who ultimately, at age 70, became one of the most famous of the accused "Salem witches" and spent seven months in prison. Winborn's ancestors were Montegues who came to Virginia in 1635.

Praise for Hampton Terrace

Thank you for sending me the article from the Berkshire Eagle about Kiri Te Kanawa. An amazing kindness and I am very grateful. Also, thank you for your hospitality and for answering my endless questions: but your answers enabled my friend and me to see and do everything we wanted during the weekend, and it was all just perfect. However, I am still working off the pounds from the blueberry tart. It was so fine then...it is not so fine around the waistline now. Thank you!

Jan G.

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